Lindt Store Chocolate “Haul”

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It may not be easy for everyone to find a Lindt Store — but if you have access to one, it’s definitely worth it to stop in.

Image of Lindt ChocolateThe Lindt Store features many more types of chocolate than you can normally find at most places that sell their packaged chocolate (e.g., Target, grocery stores). There are displays holding individually wrapped pieces in all sorts of flavors you don’t normally see from Lindt, such as coffee, raspberry and hazelnut. All you have to do is pick up a little plastic baggy and choose exactly what you want, just like getting produce at the grocery store.

Many of the pieces are packaged as the easily recognizable round Lindt chocolate in different-colored wrappers for different varieties. Wikipedia even has a guide to the various color possibilities.

Just a few of them include:

  • Raspberry
  • Coconut
  • Coffee
  • Straciatella
  • Mint

(Above: Some of the individual pieces available at the Lindt Store. Top, left to right: Coconut, Hazelnut, Unknown, Raspberry. Middle, left to right: Mint, Spring Truffle [seasonal], Almond, Stracciatella. Bottom, left to right: Coffee, Sea Salt Truffle)

Lindt Chocolates You May Not Have Seen Before

Some pieces featured are a little more unique, in that you don’t generally find them in the pre-packaged bags at stores:Image of Lindt Chocolate

  • Fioretto: Hazelnut Praline
  • Fioretto: Cappuccino
  • Noccionoir
  • Amaretto
  • HOFBAUER Mozartkugeln (featuring Mozart wrappers)

Image of Lindt Chocolate(Above: More of the individual pieces available at the Lindt Store. Top, left to right: Milk and Dark HOFBAUER Mozartkugeln, three Miniature Bars. Middle, left to right: Noccionoir, Gianduja, Amaretto, Lindt “Hello” Cookies & Cream. Bottom, left to right: Fioretto: Hazelnut Praline, Fioretto: Cappuccino, Unknown)

They also have a variety of boxed chocolates, which may be covered here later.

So if you are lucky enough to have a Lindt Store near you, don’t hesitate to wander in and take a look. Chocoholics will really appreciate the “build your own” chocolate bag atmosphere.