Cote d’Or chocolate (Golden Shore in french) was first manufactured in Belgium more than 100 years ago with the use of cacao beans from the Cote d’Or region. Elephants were used to move the cacao beans through the jungle and mountains (hence the elephant symbol), from where it was moved by ship to Belgium factory. It is where the favorite belgium chocolate is made to this day, following the classic original recipes.
Since 1937 the elephant sign is connected with a world renown product „Bouchee“.
Toblerone chocolate, known for its triangle shape was invented in 1908 by the 24-year-old son of Jean Tobler, the founder of Fabrique de Chjocolat Berne, Tobler & Cie – Theodor Tobler with his cousin Emile Baumann. The shape represents tips of the Alps and became a symbol of Switzerland. Since its first milk, honey and almond nougat variation with the classical long shape, the company expanded selection by many other flavours and variations. Toblerone chocolate still remains at the list of the best selling chocolates in the world.
This popular brand was created in Sweden and Norway in 1953 and was mostly distributed by IKEA in Europe. Milk chocolate with crispy butter-almond caramel is now sold in a number of variations and is still a favorite delicacy among customers.
Mléčná čokoládová tyčinka s křupavým máslovo-mandlovým karamelem.