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Ferrara Chocolate - Milk Orange

I always buy a chocolate orange for my wife's Christmas stocking, it's her favorite chocolate. This year I bought a Ferrara Milk Chocolate Orange. Ferrara is a very mellow chocolate with a great orange flavor. The chocolate has a crisp snap to it when you bite into it. It is a smooth chocolate that coats your mouth, has a wonderful aftertaste, and smells great.

This is a great snack for sharing during a conversation with friends over coffee or while playing a board game. First, in order to serve it, you have to 'crush' the orange. This involves slamming it on the counter to "burst and enjoy" (according to the package). It's like popping open champagne--only with candy. How fun is that? Second, the orange breaks into 20 perfectly sized 2-bite pieces, great for a small group. It is a small pleasure and makes any snack time more special.

We only associate this candy with Christmas, but this year I resolve to buy it for my wife more often!

Taste: 5/5 Loved It
Calorie Counter: 6.17 oz pkg = 4 servings = 230 calories per serving, 14g fat
Price: $2.99 at Walgreen's
Ferrara Chocolate - Milk Orange

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Ana

It looks really nice. I've only tried two such products so far. The first one was a Cote d'Or dark chocolate orange and the second one was a Gubor lime-flavoured milk chocolate apple (pictures here: http://photobucket.com/images/Gubor%20FruhlingsApfel%20Vollmilch/)

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