Christmas Chocolate with Bismark from Nói Siríus
Yes, it is chocolate obviously but what the hell is Bismark? Well, you know the white, minty candy canes with the red stripes that you hang on a christmas tree? Yeah, that. In Iceland these are sold in tiny cubes and are called Bismarks... That being explained, who the hell would grind that down and put inside a chocolate? No one of course except Icelanders. And it is delicious too!
Milk Chocolate (sugar, cocoa butter, whole milk powder, skimmed milk powder, cocoa liquor, emulsifier (soya lecithin), bourbon vanilla. Cocoa dry solids min. 33%), filled liquorice (20%) (sugar, wheat flour, molasses, glucose syrup, invert sugar, fully hydrogenated coconut fat, coconut flour, liquorice extract, flavouring (including ammonium chloride), humectant (glycerin), potato starch, gelatin, table salt, colour (E100), emulsifier (soya lecithin), stabiliser (E471), vegetable oils (coconut and rapeseed), glazing agent (E904)). Produced in a factory which works with milk, soya, almonds, hazelnuts and wheat
We took advantage of a sale after the holidays. Delivery was timely. Candy in good condition. Reasonable rates through Íslandspóstur. Delicious treats to hold us over until we can get back to the enchanted isle.
Delicious minty treat
So picture creamy milk chocolate with little shards of minty crispy bits. Not too minty - just perfect. I’ll be purchasing again!