There is a new kid on the block! Vegan, Gluten-Free chocolates by Peter Who? It is a premium chocolate brand from Switzerland.
Before I tell you how delicious the chocolates are, I must mention the packaging. It is so beautiful and sophisticated. It is simple yet elegant. The design is perfect, and I love the colors they chose.
Chocolates come in a box that is a gift box itself. The Blue and green box, with a white ribbon, looks very appealing. You don’t need to spend extra on wrapping supplies. 😉 Each chocolate bar is wrapped in an orange package. The paper they use is Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®) approved, which means the paper is made of responsibly sourced wood fiber. It all looks just perfect.
The chocolates are made of high-quality organic and natural ingredients. “Organic ingredients are sourced from ethical suppliers that cultivate each ingredient without antibiotics, synthetic fertilizers, or GMO technology. ” The chocolates are also gluten-free, fair trade. You can currently buy chocolates online, and they come in either pack of 4 or 6 bars.
After I stopped admiring the packaging, it was time to open a chocolate bar. And another sweet surprise- the bars have engraved chocolate beans. I don’t need to tell you that this aesthetic is a bonus to the whole experience of eating the chocolate. How does it taste? It is rich, melts in your mouth, it is smooth and creamy. Dark chocolate with a note of salted caramel is a perfect mix. It is not too sweet. It has just the right amount of sweetness. It is very satisfying, goes well with a coffee, or on its own. I loved the texture, the taste, the subtle crunch.
Ingredients: cocoa mass, cane sugar, caramel pieces, cocoa butter, sea salt, vanilla pods.
It is a perfect gift idea for any chocolate lover. I am looking forward to seeing this brand not only online but on the shelves of local stores. We need more chocolates like “Peter Who?”
General rating: ★★★★★
Product provided by: https://peterwho.com/
* Disclaimer: The opinion expressed in the review is my own and honest viewpoint. I was not required to write a positive statement.