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
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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.