Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Say "I love you" with chocolate

The two Swiss products I ALWAYS export, no matter where in the world we live, are Champions' Birchermüsli and Cailler dark chocolate. I would add Luxemburgerli and Cervelat saugages but they don't travel well.

With Valentine's Day coming up Cailler are launching their yearly chocolate treat: create an e-chocolate card and send it to your sweetheart. You'll automatically enter the Valentine's Day competition and could win a course for 2 at the Atelier du Chocolat, and a selection of Frigor tablets.

Just click here to participate:

While you wait for the big day, you are only a click away of some of the most scrumptious chocolate recipes:

Even better, if you happen to travel passed Broc near Gruyère why not stop for a tour of the Maison Cailler. Your kids can register for the “Future chocolatiers” workshop, where young confectioners can choose their ingredients and their favourite mould, then decorate their creation however they wish. And, afterwards, they can take it home to enjoy themselves or to give as a present.



Globatris said...

I have a couple of bars of Cailler Dark chocolate in a safe place - imported from Switzerland by help of good friends. Also we always bring back Migros farmer bars .... the yoghurt coated ones.
And - believe it or not - coffee (in spite living in Sweden where coffee is known to be good). Decaf Pods from Maestro Lorenzo!


Expat with Kids said...

Yep, I know the yoghurt coated cereal bars ;)
Lebkuchengewürz is another export to make Gingerbread house at Christmas but I'm sure you'll find that in Sweden.

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