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I have been eating Milka Chocolate all my life. I was born in Bosnia which is in Europe and later moved to the USA. A bunch of stores sell Milka in St.louis. This yogurt one is the second best one. First has to go to there pure milk chocolate.The Yogurt might sound nasty but it taste like milk. Overall all Milka chocolate is AWESOME !!!
First time I have tried Milka chocolate I was about 10 years old and my uncle brought it for me and my brother from Germany. We were at first looking at this beautiful wrap of the chocolate and then decided to open it and try some. You should have seen our smile on the face. I think we have tried only very little tiny bit of chocolate, but we were already in love with it. Back then it was hard to find Milka so it was something big for us when our parents bought it for us. But we sure were the happiest kids when Milka was at home.
Few years ago I moved to the Germany and I though I live in heaven as Milka was very cheap there, I think it was about 1 euro. So I could bought how many I wanted and there I was happy again.
But then few years later I moved to usa and here it is really hard to find Milka chocolate and I am not talking about how expensive it can be. I have find it on amazon for $1.99, but have seen it in stores for about $2.50. Yes , it sure is a little expensive , but for me Milka is the best chocolate I ever had. So when my family wants to send me a few candy bars from Europe , Milka is always on my list and my favorite is Milka Yoghurt.
Packing has changed over the years, I remember when they were in those paper violet wraps and inside was a little aluminium foil. The color didn't change and there is still a little violet cow on the front side of the wrap, but the material of wrap has changed. I am not sure what it is, but it feels more like a plastic than a paper. When you look on the bottom of the wrap , you can find the picture with a little instructions how to open your chocolate. I am just wondering who needs that kind of instruction, if you want a chocolate , you will find the way, how to open it. There are also listed all the ingrediences of the chocolate with very small writing and in 8 languages, so everyone can understand. Well, maybe not everyone, as I cannot find one in English, but I think it all depends where the chocolate was purchased.
Serving size 1 chocolate (100g)
I am not sure if I can truly describe the taste of this chocolate. Well, let me start with the scent. When you open the chocolate, you can really tell what flavor it is, as you can smell yoghurt. When you taste the chocolate at first it is kind the hard , but in few seconds , it melts to something delicious. And you never have enough, you will reach for more and more until is all gone. Even the aftertaste is good, it taste like you have been eating yoghurt with some chocolate so flavor is very real.
This is truly one of the best chocolate ever made and sure the price can be a little high, but it is worth it.
I recently noticed that Milka had a whole range of new chocolate that I'd never tried, so found myself taking an assortment with one eye on reviewing them! Milka Yoghurt is your traditional block of Milka Chocolate with a softer than usual bottom which encases a tasty layer of yoghurt in the inside. It's pretty soft unless refrigerated but is definitely worth trying at room temperature (providing you don't work in a furnace) and cold.
The flavour of the yoghurt is hard to put a finger on and is one of the most intriguing things about eating this block of Milka. I'd describe it as a taste that is somewhere between vanilla and hazelnut but is certainly very enjoyable. It comes in stylish packaging which is not only resilient but also easy to get into and snazzy as well, featuring the Milka cow and instructions on where to rip to get in quickly.
It contains soya traces and may contain nuts and is therefore best avoided for those allergic. The block is 100g and eaten in moderation, it's not going to put on the pounds though it does contain quite a bit of fat.
Calories: 565kcal, Protein: 6.9g, Carbohydrates: 52g Fat: 36g
Store in a cool and dry place!