Lindt is the world’s largest premium chocolate company. The Swiss-based confectioner, which dates back to Zurich in 1845, has a U.S. production facility in New Hampshire. The company maintains quality while producing chocolate in volume, making Lindt Excellence chocolate bars, other bars, and Lindor truffles. Here’s a brief history of Lindt.
Lindor truffles—a round chocolate shell with a liquid chocolatey center—are available year-round in flavors dark, 60% extra-dark, milk, sea-salt milk and white, and flavors: a total of 27 choices, from matcha and mint to coconut and dulce de leche.
Seasonal flavors include Gingerbread, Milk Peppermint Cookie, Snickerdoodle, Snowman (white center, milk shell) and White Peppermint.
Whatever the flavor, when your teeth break into the chocolate shell, the luscious, creamy, melting, center covers your tongue with some emotion between glee and enchantment. It’s a unique sensation in truffledom.
And that’s why any chocolate lover would relish a gift of Lindor truffles.
Holiday chocolate, including a selection of special holiday boxes, is available at retailers nationwide or at LindtUSA.com, in sizes from small to jumbo.
Beyond holiday gifts, Lindor offers year-round opportunities to:
Lindor truffles are not just for eating. You can drink them:
Our recommendation: For a less sweet drink, use two Lindor truffles per 8 ounces of hot milk or coffee. For a sweeter drink, use three truffles. Whisk them in one at a time.
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Ingredients For 2 Drinks
1. CHILL the vodka, creme de cacao, and 2 Martini glasses.
2. ADD the vodka and creme de cacao to a cocktail shaker filled with ice and shake well. Pour into the chilled Martini glasses.
3. GARNISH with an unwrapped truffle and a fresh raspberry on a cocktail pick. If you don’t have a cocktail pick, lightly notch the truffle and place it on the rim of the glass.