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Candy Review: Toblerone’s One by One

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Toblerone Onebyone Package

Go ahead and twist my arm. Make make me review Toblerone’s One by One, a tasty treat manufactured by one of my favorite chocolate companies. In fact, make me review the One by One assortment as often as you like. These little chocolate pyramids are every bit as delicious – and in some cases even more so – as their better-known bigger cousins.

Remember those dark days when you could only find Toblerone candy in an airport’s duty-free shop? Well, we’re living in enlightened times; those dang delicious bars are everywhere now, from your local gas station to the supermarket down the street. But that doesn’t mean that the candy’s quality has diminished. Toblerone bars are still made in Bern, Switzerland, where they have been produced since 1908.

It’s true that nothing is better than Toblerone’s super-sized 10-lb. jumbo bar, large enough to knock a home run not only out of the park but into outer space, too. For more modest appetites, though, Toblerone now offers the ‘One by One’ five-variety pack. This pack contains a treat for every rabid Toblerone fan: snack-sized individually wrapped triangles of five versions of the company’s chocolate.

The mini-review? Each variety has its own charms. Some are outstanding. Others are a bit below average. But it’s like buying a greatest-hits album: you’ll love some songs, and you’ll tolerate them all.

Let’s start with the classic milk chocolate triangle. This is high-quality Swiss chocolate with bits of honey/almond nougat. This variety is so popular, the company has a patent on the recipe. I find the combination of milk chocolate and nougat a bit sweet for my tooth, but 100 years of success can’t be wrong.

Next, there’s dark. This boasts a sweet start with an extremely rich finish and outstanding bittersweet flavor. It also contains bits of nougat. This is my favorite of the bunch.

I tried the white chocolate variety next. I’m a big fan of white chocolate, but most of what is out on the shelves today tastes like candle wax. Not so with this little beauty. Although not “true” chocolate, Toblerone’s white chocolate is smooth and creamy, yummmm…. It also has those tasty nougat bits.

Next I dipped into the praline flavor. This was another winner. It combines sweet milk chocolate with a hazelnut truffle-like center. This one melts in your mouth and turned out to be my wife’s favorite. She did manage to let me have one, though.

Finally, I ended my greatest-hits tour with a triangle that combines white chocolate with milk chocolate in one package. The combination sounds promising but comes off a bit too sweet for my taste.

There is one negative here: I have discovered that, like with certain brands of potato chips, you can’t eat just one of these triangles. It’s best to share the box with friends. Otherwise you run the risk of eating them all by your lonesome.

I guess there are worse fates….

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3 Responses to “Candy Review: Toblerone’s One by One”

  1. 1
    ButterflyKyss says:

    I didn’t even know these came in other flavors, or are the extra flavors exclusive to this package?

    If not, I’ll take a ten pound version of the Praline and White Chocolate ones, please and thank you :D

  2. 2
    Cass says:

    yum-yum-yum I looooooove me some white choc Toblerone. I buy a kilogram bar that lasts me about 2 weeks…. or more, they are soooo rich…. but soooo good

  3. 3
    Cassadeeeeeeee says:

    jup its me again lol omg i got one those toblerone & on& on things with like a meter of choc in it ive only eaten one triangle lol i got way too much chocolate for my own good

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