Do You Know? 4 Chocolates That Have a World Records

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You must have seen chocolate made into various unique and interesting shapes. Well, here are 4 chocolates that have world records.

The Belgian, The Best Chocolate in the World

The Belgian is a chocolate company in Belgium that was founded in 1956. This is one of the companies that produce the most delicious chocolate in the world.

Some of the chocolates that are always in demand are chocolate bars, chocolate rings, and chocolate pralines. The Belgian chocolate is made in a unique way, namely by grinding and mixing chocolate with quality vanilla-flavored butter and milk. The Belgian chocolate has several flavors, there are dark chocolate with truffle flakes, vanilla chocolate, and cherry chocolate.

Le Chocolate Box, The Most Expensive Chocolate in the World

Le Chocolat Box chocolates are made by Lake Forest Confection in Missouri, USA. This chocolate is listed in the Guinness World Records as the most expensive chocolate in the world. The price of one box of Le Chocolat Box is 1.5 million United States dollars or around 21.7 billion rupiahs. Wow!

In a box of Le Chocolat containing 10 chocolates, there are also necklaces, earrings, rings, and bracelets decorated with yellow gems, blue gems, emeralds, and sapphires. Le Chocolat works closely with gold jewelry experts designed by Simon Jewelers, a luxury jewelry and diamond shop.

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The Biggest Chocolate in the World

A company in Chicago, America, presented the World’s Finest Chocolate and managed to break the world record in the Guinness World Records as the largest chocolate bar in the world. This giant chocolate bar is 91 cm tall, 6.4 meters long, and weighs 5.574.65 kg. The previous record was held by Italian-made chocolate weighing 4.410 kg.

The production of this giant chocolate also uses additional ingredients of 544 kg of almonds, 2.494 kg of sugar, 907 kg of milk powder, 771 kg of cocoa butter, and 635 kg of chocolate drink.

The Most Unique Chocolate in the World

Andrew Farrugia’s chocolates are amazing! He made a chocolate shape just like a real train with a length of 34 meters. Starting from train tracks, rocks, to train cars, everything is made of chocolate. He uses 1.285 kg of Belgian chocolate which is famous for being very delicious. Making the chocolate took 784 hours.

Andrew Farrugia is an expert chocolate maker from Malta, Europe. His work was recorded in the Guinness World Records as the longest chocolate in the world. The chocolate train was exhibited in commemoration of Chocolate Week in Brussels on November 20, 2012.

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