THIS Is How To Know Whats Inside Your Box Of Chocolates WITHOUT Biting Into Them!

...No more disappointment after getting the dreaded pink marshmallow...

February 14, 2018

Dinstuhl's Chocolate Company Tells Us How To Know Whats Inside Your Chocolates WITHOUT having to bite into them.

If you get a box of chocolates on Valentine's Day, there's no reason to resort to the old finger poke to see if a piece is filled with that pink marshmallow. Here's how to know whats inside without wasting a single bite!

First, look at the shape of the candy. A square candy either contains coconut, fudge, marshmallow, nougat or peanut butter, though that one is a slightly smaller square. The coconut — and this is the cream only, as a toasted coconut is a different thing — has a double-beaded string across it. The nougat has an N, there's an abstract P on the peanut butter, a circle on the marshmallow, a line across the middle on the fudge, and a diagonal line on the caramel. 

Creams are round and the code is simple enough: V for vanilla cream, M for maple cream, O for orange cream, B for buttercream.  Toasted coconut has a distinct bumpy top that gives it away. Cherries tend to be wrapped in foil to keep the juice from leaking, but even if they're not, they're a distinctly shaped tall circle and not confused with a cream.