FEATURED: Piasten Praline

Mom got home with another pack of chocolate, she mostly bring home Toblerone or a sinlge Snickers in almond before. But today, it is a large box (400 g) consisting of 40 (forty) individual bit size chocolate goodies in assorted flavors. It’s from her students again I believe. It is one of the perks of being a good school teacher for years.

Some German chocolates have alcohol contents, as per my aunt. But this collection is purely wholesome. It comes in coffee, milk chocolate, dark chocolate, and others, as I recall, if my taste buds serve me well. There are wrapped pralines and unwrap ones. I don’t know what the difference between the two is but they’re both luscious.

Germany is good in creating and innovating varieties of chocolate flavors since most of the brands came from that country like J.D. Gross (Read more: http://myxilog.blogspot.com/2013/09/featured-jd-gross-collection-superieur.html) and others like Haribo gummy bears. Don’t you just love cute and yummy gummy bears in different colors? Cause I do.

Do you prefer pralines than chocolate bar? Or vice versa? Why so?


  1. chocolate bars for sure! and gummy bears are fun to eat too. those german chocolates are to die for! bet they're really yummy, hehe :)

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  3. Köstlich! Ironically, my German teacher has admitted that she's fed up with chocos because they're so damn good hahah. You should also try my fave Spanish choco bar Kinder Bueno and Godiva dark choco^^

  4. I'm not really into chocolates. I'm more into sour foods, weird. But these kinds of chocolates really amaze me. The first time I've tasted such chocolates was when I was I think... 8 years old, twas from my auntie and I really loved it, my siblings didn't... lucky me.


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