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The winning pair - different combinations for chocolate

We have collected for you the most recommended combinations that go hand in hand with the types of various chocolate.

The first combination that is important to note before moving on, is a combination of two things that the public is mostly very fond of, chocolate and coffee. The coffee also goes great with all types of chocolates, whether the drink itself with chocolate on the side or even versions of different coffee- flavored chocolates.

The second winning combination is nuts, which go great with both milk chocolate and dark chocolate. The most favorite types of nuts that go great with these chocolates are macadamia nuts, almonds, hazelnuts and pecans - both as a combination within the chocolate itself and served alongside it.

In terms of dark chocolate, a particularly popular chocolate and one that is found in all possible packages and shipments, you will be surprised to find that it is considered a chocolate that is especially suitable for a variety of fruit flavors, especially raspberries, blueberries, strawberries, bananas, cherries and passion fruit. White chocolate, on the other hand, will be especially suitable for only three types of flavors, raspberries, strawberries and blueberries.

A particularly delicious combination that is important to note is a combination of milk chocolate and caramel, and you will find the two-spending time together in various common chocolate bars as well as in dessert recipes.

And what about plants and herbs? Mint and Lemongrass go great with dark chocolate, and also lavender and chamomile. Chai tea and maccha tea are best drunk in combination with white chocolate. Another unique and delicious combination that combines herb and chocolate is praline nougat with coriander seeds wrapped in milk chocolate (you can find this combination only at Max Brenner)

Other successful and special combinations are: chocolate filled with peanuts, pecans wrapped in nougat, and milk chocolate stuffed with toasted coconut.

 In conclusion, choose carefully what you eat and drink alongside your chocolate, so that you can enjoy good combinations and avoid wasting delicious chocolate.

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