J.D. Gross German Chocolates. Photo: Foodwanderer

J.D. Gross German Chocolates. Photo: Foodwanderer

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I was lucky to have received some J.D. Gross German Chocolates. I’ve never heard of these nor ever seen it so I was excited! The wrappers were color coated and I didn’t understand the German text on the chocolate wrapper 🙁 At a time like this I wish I knew German but luckily there’s Google. I was able to try two different kind and just by trying it, I was able to distinguish which ones were which. One was milk chocolate with pieces of peanuts while the other which was also milk chocolate has an extra silky center. They were both equally indulging and delicious so if I had a choice, I would eat 10 more of each!

J.D. Gross German Chocolates. Photo: Foodwanderer

J.D. Gross German Chocolates. Photo: Foodwanderer

I have never heard about these awesome J.D. Gross German Chocolates before so I decided to do a little bit of research. There’s not much info out there but there’s a lot of different chocolates to choose from such as Ecuador dark chocolates, Arriba Superieur, & Amazonas 60%.

After researching J.D. Gross German Chocolates, I stumbled upon other German chocolate brands such as Sarotti, Alpia, Kinder, Mozartkugel,Asbach, Mozartkugel, Milka, Halloren, and Ritter Sport.

One German word I’ll have to remember is chocolate for sure if I ever end up visiting there. I’ll say “Do you have Schokolade”? which means chocolate or “Bitterschokolade” which means dark chocolate 🙂

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