3 best kinds of chocolate in the world

Have you ever tried the feeling of sucking a bar of chocolate and feeling the melting in your mouth? Let’s face the “big brother” in the chocolate industry. This is a poll published in National Geographic magazine.

1. Teuscher (Zurich, Switzerland)

Chocolate Teuscher dates back more than 70 years ago in a small town in the Swiss Alps. Doft Teuscher traveled around to find the best cocoa, macaroons, fruits, nuts and other ingredients to make candy jams. After years of experimentation, he cleverly blended ingredients to make famous chocolate like now.

Currently, the Teuscher family in Zurich has made more than 100 types of chocolate from the original recipe of the family, this life passed on to another life. Only the best ingredients are used to make chocolate and do not use any chemicals or additives. Teuscher is famous for chocolate and chocolate champagne (which is a blend of cream, butter, chocolate and champagne covered by sugar). Teuscher shop system is available worldwide.

2. Vosges Haut (Chicago – USA)

This is the chocolate created by Katrina Markoff. She has chosen spices, floral and chocolate to turn the Vosges Haut into the best chocolate. For today’s success, this girl spent a long time studying the art of making French candies from LeCordon Bleu – the world’s leading school for training chefs in Paris.

3 best kinds of chocolate in the world

3. Scharffen Berger (Berkeley, California, USA)

Scharffen Berger is the world’s leading producer of black chocolate. Scharffen Berger has its own full production process from separating cocoa beans until forming a black chocolate bar to ensure the purest chocolate flavor.

They find the best sources of cocoa, then blend with different coffee beans to create the most unique flavors. The production of chocolate purely according to manual processes with small production quantities. In addition to making chocolate to eat, Scharffen Berger also produces chocolate to make cakes.