Putting White Chocolate to the test!

I’m a certified chocoholic since birth and a fan of white chocolate as far as I can remember. I decided to put white chocolate to the test to find the best tasting white choclate that is available in the market. Here’s my verdict on some of the white chocolate that I recently tasted.

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REESE’S Peanut Butter Cup (USA)

REESE’S Peanut Butter Cup comes in the classic creamy peanut butter in a rich milk chocolate cup.

I’m a massive fan of regular Reese’s peanut butter cups – they’re basically the definitive peanut butter and chocolate combination, nothing else comes close! And as I also love white chocolate I thought that combined with Reese’s peanut butter in this format it surely taste like heaven.

They’re definitely highly moreish and tasty, but just a tad too sweet. They’re probably best shared with friends whilst watching a film, but even then only a few are needed to give you a hit of sweet creaminess combined with salty, peanutty moreishness. They make a nice change from regular Reese’s peanut butter cups but the originals are still the best, and always will be.

Verdict: 3/5

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Fin Carré White Chocolate (United Kingdom)

Fin Carré’s offering contains 30pc cocoa solids and is delicious. It has a nice texture and a little sweetness due to the presence of some vanilla in the ingredients, as well as a hint of hazelnut.

Verdict: 4/5

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Asda White Chocolate (Germany)

Each of Asda’s Finest White Chocolates is made with 100% pure cocoa butter, a selection of premium milk powders, fine sugar and a touch of pure Bourbon vanilla. The result of Asda’s winning recipe is an exclusive guarantee of constant quality and taste.

Verdict: 4.5/5

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Frey Chocobloc White (Switzerland)

Frey’s Chocobloc White heightens this temptation further by smelling absolutely sensational. Their white chocolate is beautiful. It’s very unusual, in that it smells buttery. I know that ‘buttery’ isn’t an adjective you’d normally (or ever!) associate with white chocolate, but Frey manage to make it smell extremely buttery indeed. And it’s great!

Frey’s Chocobloc White Chocolate was out of this world and probably my favourite EVER white chocolate.

Verdict: 5/5

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