Methods to make chocolate more delicious
In order to fully enjoy your chocolate, there are some simple methods that you can use to ensure its flavor. Let’s start with storage. Sealing chocolate is key because its fragrance is easy to lose. Double plastic bags will protect chocolate’s fragrance in the refrigerator. When you are ready to eat your stored chocolate, take it out of the refrigerator and let it ‘unthaw’ for 2 hours, or until it reaches room temperature. The best way to eat chocolate is to put it on your tongue and let it slowly melt, rather than chewing, and you will feel the chocolate’s texture: velvet, silky and comfortable. If your favorite drink added, then just enjoy!
Pairing chocolate and drinks
What drink do you prefer when eating chocolate?
Most pair chocolate with coffee, Italian espresso, cappuccino and black tea. In European cafés, there are many ways to match pudding chocolate with coffee. Meanwhile, Darjeeling tea and bergamot tea are welcome in the black tea series. This is also popular among foreigners, who eat chocolate with many different types of red, white and dessert wines. Brandy and Whiskey also pair particularly well with chocolate truffles. In some formal occasion like an anniversary, chocolates go quite well with Champagne.
Chocolates for every occasion!
Sometimes, we choose to eat chocolate at different times. To satisfy our hunger or supply our energy when climbing, camping or keeping fit, many choose sweeter milk or white chocolates Alternatively, to lose weight, many choose bitter (70-85%) chocolate that contains less milk and sugar. To relax, many eat chocolate that contains alcohol.
Choose chocolate as a reward for our ambition and diligence!
Many eat chocolate as a reward, or self-treat.
Chocolate, which is tiny in size but powerful in supplying energy, is a good gift to help cheer up our friends.