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Rittersport Challenge
April 15, 2008
3:22 pm
wiwik01
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April 15, 2008
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Hi everyone,
I moved to Germany not long ago and have since then fallen in love with the Ritter Sport brand and chocolates. I decided to take on the “challenge” (it is hardly a challenge if you’re enjoying it) of tasting every single product from the vast Ritter Sport line, and will blog what I think of each flavour.
Please visit it and let me know what you think and how I can improve the documentation!

http://rittersportmeister.blogspot.com

Thank you!
[:D]

April 17, 2008
7:57 pm
ChemicalMachine
USA
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June 5, 2005
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Welcome to the forum.

If you have not already, I encourage you to try chocolate bars from other producers, which in mine and most of the other members here opinions are producing superior chocolate to the Ritter Sport bars.

Valrhona and Michel Cluizel produce excellent chocolate which usually sells for fair prices. Amedei chocolate is excellent as well, although a bit expensive.

Bonnat, Pralus, and Domori also produce some very fine chocolate, although these manufacturers produce bars with a unique character, resulting in a love it or hate it quality.