Not since the advent of white chocolate some eighty years ago has much changed in the way of chocolate. Until now that is…
Some very clever guys in Sweden have just introduced the fourth wonder of the chocolate world, Ruby chocolate.
“Ruby chocolate gets its reddish-pink hue from the Ruby cocoa bean and has a faint, but naturally-occurring taste that is not bitter, milky or sweet, but a tension between berry-fruitiness and luscious smoothness", says the chocolate company Barry-Callebaut who invented the blend in a press release.
Swiss chocolatier Martin Diez shared his creation at an event today in Shanghai, China.
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There's more good news, Diaz confirmed to Reuters that there is no colouring, berries or flavouring added to the new type of chocolate.
While there's no official word on when this will be available to buy, the company hinted that it should be available worldwide soon.