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  1. Victoria (District Chocoholic)

    Your dress may not be appropriate for riding, but it is beautiful. The bar sounds incredible. Salt? Caramel? Milkshake? Butter? AND chocolate. Yes please.

  2. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    I was hooked at “crispy caramel pieces.” Also, I’m one of those awful people that loves milk chocolate far more than dark. So, thanks for testing you intolerance on this one, it sounds interesting!

  3. Kate (What Kate is Cooking)

    Crispy caramel pieces sound so good! I used to looooove McDonald’s hot fudge sundaes, so if this chocolate resembles that taste at all, I’m sure it has to be good!

  4. Errign

    I’ve not seen this Lindt bar, and while my heart belongs to Lindt’s sea salt chocolate, I hope this flavor is in the US too :)

  5. Louise

    You don’t have Easter chocolate!!! Say it’s not so. As I ate a Lindt egg yesterday, I was wondering why molded chocolate tastes so much better. I think somehow it’s the thinness, which gives even milk chocolate a bit of a snap, and of course there’s the thrill of biting to top and have little pieces fall into the bottom of the egg/bunny. I’ve been torturing myself with multiple Parisian blogs as always, and the French seem to prefer Easter chickens and bells instead of bunnies- and you know that we both need one of those now.

    I’m not sure this Caramel bar is NEW. I know that they have NEW on it in large letters on the corner. But I’m reasonably sure that I’ve had this before, but for some reason haven’t liked it quite as much as you. I should like it, what with all the caramel and all. My favourite Lindt bar at the moment is the sea salt one too.

    1. Emma

      When I lived in France, I got such a kick out of the hilarious selection of chocolates in the stores around Easter. My mom came to visit me, and (like any good daughter would do) I bought her a large chocolate (Easter) rat, who was holding a colored (Easter) cheese. As we later discovered, the hollow rat was filled with solid chocolate (Easter) fish.

      Why, France, why?!?

  6. Amber Shea @Almost Vegan

    Aw, you so PURTY!

    I like Easter, just cuz it’s all springy and colorful and such, though I have zero connection with the ‘religious’ meaning. I’m guessing you don’t either, so you may get a kick out of this graphic; I think of it on Easter every year. Love it! ;)

  7. Megan@Dirty Dishes Daily

    Dark chocolate caramel…yes please. Happy easter!

  8. Margaret

    Hannah what were you doing buying puppies at Coles???
    The chocolate bar sounds like a combination of all things good. I adore caramel; probably more than chocolate itself!
    It’s nice that you got to show us another one of your dresses. :)

  9. Emma

    I love ponies. I miss the pony hospital at my previous university.

    It had a horse-sized treadmill where the ponies could run if they had problems to-be-determined-whilst-running. Behind the treadmill were horse-sized pads on the walls, in case said horse flew off the treadmill-whilst-running:( :( :(

    I have eaten so much delicious Easter candy today. Now on to the cake!!

  10. msihua

    As above.. I was just going to ask… puppies? In Coles? And if so, yes please!

    Lindt? I’m so sick of lindt.. hahah.. I used to work in promotions and I’d have boxes and boxes of lindt.. which I can tell you that a good Lindt cake will need precisely 54 Lindor Balls in it…

  11. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    Oh thank you, thank you, THANK you for this! I also noted the new Lindt addition (I love it when new products pop up unexpectedly) and thought it could be a contender for my favourites in the range – which are the chilli and the blueberry :) However, I was worried the low cocoa percent would disappoint and so was postponing testing it. But now I know otherwise! And I can happily purchase it :)

  12. Lisa (bakebikeblog)

    Happy Easter!! :)

  13. Ellie@fitforthesoul

    you would make the perfect taste-tester! you certainly describe everything so eloquently, and in the process you make me wanna eat it, even though caramel isn’t my fave :P

  14. Maria @ Scandifoodie

    Unfortunately I always find the combination of chocolate and caramel too sweet, as we would say “cake on a cake” (meaning one sweet combined with another sweet). My favourite is the 85% or even the 99%, the darker the better ;-)

  15. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    Happy Easter Misss Chocolat! :D And did you say caramel milkshake? Because you know if anyone puts that on a chocolate label I will throw myself at the chocolate with abandon!

  16. Agnes

    Hehee, I still like McDonalds sundaes! Though I prefer the strawberry over the chocolate – so sweet and jammy.

    PS: Put down the brussels sprouts. Do you need another interfriendtion?

  17. (what runs) Lori

    Lindt chocolates are pretty good! I love the fillings. Yummmmm.

  18. Kath (My Funny Little Life)

    Lindt chocolate is, without doubt, one of the best things that have ever been invented.

  19. Priyanka

    You know Hannah, my husband got these amazing chocolates from Germany a few days back, filled with caramel and toffee. They are simply divine! Melted in my mouth.

  20. theresa

    What is it with inappropriate dairy in so many supposedly dark chocolates?

    I’m currently trying to imagine a tigerchidna…

  21. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    Good to know! I’m slowly making my way through lindt’s dark flavoured range. On to chilli next!
    Heidi xo

  22. Johanna GGG

    hope you had a happy easter – it sounds like a good one as does this chocolate – in fact I think we had it a short while back but as my tasting notes were eaten by the cat (ha ha) I can’t remember it but think I liked it.

    I also remember the hot sundae fudge – I always wanted one as a kid and yet now I remember them fondly but have no desire to go back there

  23. Vaala ◪

    Random question of the morning…do you know of any nice caramel chocolate that doesn’t have dairy in it? Hell, nice probably isn’t even necessary as long as the caramel bit and the chocolate bit are there…

    Did that just sound a little bit desperate?

  24. Fiona

    Oh man. Yum!

  25. Jennifer

    What can I say about these except Danger Danger!! I’m still too nervous to make your peanut butter granola again because I ate it all in the first hour!!

  26. Susan

    Is that Gooromon (spelling?) park that you were dining at? I love that place, the food is so good there. I love chocolate with little caramel pieces too, especially when they get stuck in your teeth so you can save some for later.

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