Milkboy Swiss Chocolate Drink with a rich, velvety mouthful, the decadent Swiss Chocolate Drink is a dairy-free, gluten-free, GMO-free cacao powder. Made in Switzerland, Milkboy Swiss Chocolate Drink can be used to make hot cocoa or chocolate milk and is available at a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price of $9.95 per 1 pound tub is the newest release to their product line.
Users just add 1-2 tablespoons to hot or cold milk (or milk substitute) and stir to experience authentic Swiss hot chocolate or chocolate milk at home. Milkboy Swiss Chocolate Drink joins a product line that includes chocolate bars Finest Alpine Milk, Alpine Milk with Roasted Almonds, Alpine Milk with Crunchy Caramel and Sea Salt, White Chocolate with Bourbon Vanilla, Extra Dark 85% Cocoa, Finest 72% Cocoa with Fresh Roasted Coffee, and Finest 72% Cocoa with Crispy Mint.
My Opinion: I just had chocolate milk with this and I loved it is so chocolaty and it satisfied my chocolate craving with some oreo cookies it was yummy!
About Milkboy Swiss Chocolates
Milkboy Swiss Chocolates is on a mission to source the finest quality, natural and sustainable ingredients in order to create extraordinary chocolate and practice traditional and iconic Swiss chocolate manufacturing without compromise or shortcuts. Chocolates are produced in Switzerland from milk sourced from the Swiss Alpine region. Milkboy Swiss Chocolates is a 5-time Sofi Award winner for Best Chocolates, including a 2021 Sofi Gold Award for the Best Milk Chocolate, and a 5-time Great Taste Award winner. The chocolates are gluten-free, non-GMO, soy-free, and certified Kosher. Milkboy chocolate uses only Rainforest Alliance-certified cocoa in its chocolate products and Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified paper for its packaging.
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