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What makes Lindt chocolate so special?

In 1879, Rodolphe Lindt invented the revolutionary technique of conching, which is a long process of intense stirring that lasts many hours. Mastery of this process contributes to the irresistibly smooth texture of LINDOR chocolate. The chocolate shell and smooth center of LINDOR are designed to melt at different temperatures on your palate.

What is Lindt conching?

In 1879, Rodolphe Lindt invented the revolutionary technique of conching, which is a long process of intense stirring that lasts many hours. Mastery of this process contributes to the irresistibly smooth texture of LINDOR chocolate.

What happens when you break the Lindor shell?

Discover your LINDOR moment. When you break the chocolate shell of LINDOR, the lusciously smooth chocolate center starts to melt and so will you. Enjoy LINDOR, created by the Lindt Master Chocolatiers with passion and love for chocolate since 1845.

What makes Lindor so special?

The chocolate shell and smooth center of LINDOR are designed to melt at different temperatures on your palate. The result is a unique cooling sensation and the ultimate melt-worthy experience!

What is Lindt chocolate?

Lindt chocolate is the epitome of Swiss quality and the most important brand of the Lindt & Sprüngli Group. It is very famous in more than 120 countries all over the world. Most of the Lindt products are true bestsellers, for example, the Lindt GOLD BUNNY, the LINDOR truffle or the Lindt EXCELLENCE bars.

Does Lindt really know what it’s making?

That the people making Lindt chocolates really know their stuff can easily be seen in some of the specialty bars that Lindt makes, such as the Lindt 70% Madagascar bar, which is made by using higher quality cacao beans from Madagascar unlike most of the other Lindt products.

Is Godiva chocolate better than Lindt?

The Lindt Excellence bars in the 70 - 85% don’t have any of the great flavors you get from the bean-to-bar chocolate makers with the great single-origin bars, but they are okay baseline bars, and they stay in their lane. Godiva chocolate has always been more about the confections (truffles), but their pure chocolate isn’t great.

What makes Lindt&Sprüngli cocoa beans so special?

The nibs are then roasted using a specialised process, which is what gives the cocoa its unique aroma. Lindt & Sprüngli deliberately roasts just the nibs rather than the entire cocoa beans, to achieve a uniform roasting process. As with coffee, the cocoa beans may have a light or dark roast depending on their eventual use.

What makes Lindor so special?

The chocolate shell and smooth center of LINDOR are designed to melt at different temperatures on your palate. The result is a unique cooling sensation and the ultimate melt-worthy experience!

What makes Lindor truffles so special?

They’re made extra special with the addition of a LINDOR truffle in the center of each one, making these a treat to eat while still a bit warm as the truffles create a “molten cake” effect. Delicate 70% cocoa shell with an irresistibly smooth dark chocolate filling.

What is Lindt conching?

In 1879, Rodolphe Lindt invented the revolutionary technique of conching, which is a long process of intense stirring that lasts many hours. Mastery of this process contributes to the irresistibly smooth texture of LINDOR chocolate.

What happens to a snail with a broken shell?

The snail will still continue as best it can, and if the break is not fatal, it will keep growing new shell, and hopefully the break will be pushed back along its body to a location that no longer exposes its flesh to the outside world. Just as with human bones, it is possible for a snail to repair the shell.

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