Chocolate post again! Hehehe… When I got it from my aunt, I was thinking that the box is just a normal box and the chocolate is imported from Japan. Obviously, with the Japanese packaging*LOL*
Left: I saw the white round sticker on the box and didn’t bother to pay any attention to it and just chucked it into the fridge. FYI, chucking a chocolate into the fridge is the worst thing you can do to a chocolate(according to a chocolate expert that I know who’s doing chocolate business) but what to do… The temperature at home is too high, if I don’t put them in the fridge, I don’t think I can even get a proper chocolate and I’ll be getting softened chocolate and it’ll be everywhere on the wrapper.
Right: Then I was thinking of eating it yesterday, I took it out from the fridge and was greeted with surprise! The white dots changed colour!!! I checked the boxes, since it’s all Japanese words, I know how to read Chinese word so I can usually more or less make sense what the Japanese words tried to convey. It’s something like this chocolate is best eaten at the temperature of 22 degree Celcius. Which if it’s in optimum temperature, the sticker will change colour to Fuchsia.
Upclose here. When I took out from the fridge, it’s purple which means it’s too cold. Then when I expose them to room temperature, the colour lightened, lightened and continue to lighten to pale pink and eventually white. This means the temperature is above 22 degree Celcius. Interesting don’t you think? Hahaha…
I only opened the box of milk chocolate. The chocolate is quite heavy I mean a small piece like this and just hold it, you can feel the weight. Then the texture is quite heavy also and very creamy. My first time having such texture of chocolate.
If you ask me it’s good or not? It’s quite rich compare to the normal Cadbury milk chocolate. I do enjoy it. Will blog about the bitter chocolate when we finished the milk chocolate. I can only eat one piece at any one time. Quite sweet. Hahaha…
Enjoy the chocolate!