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Lindt Excellence Dark 78% Cocoa 100g

$3.90

Expertly crafted from the finest cocoa beans, this high cocoa chocolate delivers a rich full-bodied cocoa flavour, with notes of dark caramel and elegant floral tones. Excellence 78% Cacao Paired with New World Cabernet Sauvignon
When serving red wine with dark chocolate that has a higher cacao percentage, a New World Cabernet Sauvignon is an excellent choice. The flavourful Cabernet Sauvignons from Australia and California are typically aged in a mix of French and American oak barrels. Notes of toasted nuts, vanilla and spice complement the round, smooth cocoa and smoky flavours of Lindt Excellence 78% Cacao.

This charming Sterling Vintner’s Collection Cabernet Sauvignon features lively aromas and flavours of cherry, dark spicy fruit and cassis with hints of mocha, which pair seamlessly with the well-balanced, earthy and rich flavours of Lindt Excellence 78% Caca
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The Lindt Invention
The Lindt dark chocolate that initially arrived in Europe was unrecognisable fromThe Lindt Invention The chocolate that initially arrived in Europe was unrecognisable to the chocolate we know today; it was coarse and dry – it certainly did not melt in the mouth! 1879 was a revolutionary year for chocolate. It was the year that Rodolphe Lindt invented conching. This new process produced the most flavoursome chocolate with a silky smooth, velvety texture that has since become synonymous with Lindt. the dark chocolate we know today; was coarse and dry – it certainly did not melt in the mouth!

1879 was a revolutionary year for chocolate. It was the year that Rodolphe Lindt invented conching. This new process produced the most flavoursome chocolate with a silky smooth, velvety texture that has since become synonymous with Lindt.
The Story of The Conching Invention
Rodolphe Lindt dreamed of making the silkiest, smoothest chocolate. He invested in secondhand equipment and set about finding the perfect formula; working tirelessly as he tinkered with his recipes.

    One Friday evening, Lindt left the factory and left the mixing machine on. Whether this was an accident or an intentional act of genius – we can only guess.

    The machine continued to run over the weekend. On Monday morning, when Lindt returned, he discovered that his dream had become a reality before his very eyes. There, in the mixing machine, was the shiniest, smoothest melted chocolate.

    Over the years, the process was continuously refined, leading up to today. Now Lindt’s groundbreaking invention is used throughout the industry – much to the delight of Lindt dark chocolate lovers around the world.
    Conching
    Conch·ing
    Noun
    Conching is a pivotal step in the chocolate-making process where the flavour and texture are refined by continuous mixing at a warm temperature.

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Additional information

Weight 0.1 kg
Dimensions 19 × 9 × 1 cm