You all know how much I love chocolate, I just can’t get enough. My husband calls me a chocoholic and I can think of worse things to be addicted to. Chocolate Frey has been around since 1887 when it was founded by brothers Robert and Max Frey. With Switzerland being known Worldwide for Chocolate it is quite an honor to be named #1 chocolate in Switzerland and thankfully for us their chocolates are available Worldwide.
Chocobloc Mini’s are available in Milk Chocolate, Dark Chocolate and an Assortment that includes the previous two varieties plus White Chocolate. As you can see in the pic above the Chocoblocs have a special shape that makes it easy to get the perfect bite and what you can’t see is the homey-almond nougat that adds a slight crunch for texture and the sweetness of the honey with the chocolate is amazing.
The Assorted Pralines box is absolutely wonderful. As you can see the chocolates are beautiful and there is something for everyone with an assortment that includes milk, dark, and white chocolates with fillings such as hazelnut, almond cream and nougat.
The Swiss Premium Tablets contain more than 30% nuts and are the perfect mix of wonderful chocolate, either milk, dark or white and whole hazelnut and crunchy hazelnut pieces.
Of course with Easter Sunday being right around the corner we have to have Easter Bunnies. Chocolate Frey offers hollow Milk Chocolate Bunnies in 1.9oz and 6 oz. sizes. Chocolate Frey products can be purchased at a retailer near you and Amazon, The next time you think of chocolate as a gift or a gift to yourself, think Chocolate Frey, Switzerland’s #1 chocolate.
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