Find Your Perfect Chocolate Bar

If there is a chocolate bar you want to know anything (or everything) about, you've come to the right place.  It's here.  If it's not, I will find it for you.  No matter what kind you enjoy and want to find out more about, or where to get it - or if you want to discover a new delight - this is the place.  Whether you prefer dark chocolate, milk chocolate, white chocolate, or bars with fruit, nuts, or more exotic ingredients, it's all here. 

Milk Chocolate

The old-fashioned classic  (Milton S. Hershey introduced his first milk chocolate candy in 1900), and it's still the popular favorite.

Whipped Up, Fluffy Chocolate-on-Chocolate Taste

Crunchy Peanut Butter in a Rich Chocolate Coating

Milk Chocolate, Coconut & Almonds

Crispety, Crunchety, Peanut-Buttery

Milk Chocolate & Creamy Caramel

Thick Milk Chocolate with Peanuts and Raisins

Milk Chocolate with Golden Honeycombed Centre

Milk Chocolate, Peanuts, Caramel & Nougat.  Round since 1912.

English Toffee.  Milk Chocolate.

Is it a candy, or is it a cookie?

"Chocolate malted milk in a candy bar."

Wait - this bar is not chocolate!  What's it doing here?

Reese's Peanut Butter Cups.              Since 1928.

Delicious Milk Chocolate. Crisp Butter Toffee.

4 Flavors in Milk Chocolate.
The Candy Box in a Bar.

Milk Chocolate, Peanuts, Caramel, Nougat - "It Satisfies"

Milk chocolate and almond nougat

Heat resistant chocolate(ish) chewy candy bar.  Won't melt in your pocket.

Flowing marshmallow in a milk chocolate cup.

Zero chocolate outside, a little inside

Dark Chocolate

More chocolate, less sugar, little or no milk.  A stronger (milk chocolate devotees may say bitter) taste.  Healthier, and less unhealthy (no, those aren't quite exactly the same thing).

Solid semisweet chocolate.                Silky smooth.

Famous. Semisweet.  Hazelnuts.

Dark Chocolate - Coconut Filled.

Semi-sweet chocolate.  Peanut butter.  Mmmmm.

Lots of good very dark chocolate.   Nothing else. Fewer $.

Peppermint.  Not hard, not gooey. And some dark chocolate.

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A friend told me everything tastes better dipped in chocolate.                                                                                                            I tried it with broccoli, and I'm not convinced.

   -   A. Mouse

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