15 Weirdest Chocolate Flavors Ever

Chocolates sell like hot potatoes unperturbed by the seasons, the climate or weather, drought or not. This means 100% sell rate for chocolates anytime, anywhere and anyhow. Kids love chocolate, adults gift chocolates, elderlies treat kids with chocolates, yet some others eat it as a comfort food while yet others are plainly addicted to it. It wouldn’t be surprising if chocolates are the hottest selling items of the year.

Now, milk chocolate, dark chocolate, white, nuts, fruits, caramel, wafers, biscuit, popping, etc. are pretty normal and quite heard of. If you want a chocolate you wouldn’t hesitate picking any of these. But green tea chocolate? Wasabi? Ants and fire ants? Chilli, bacon, mango, salt and ginger? Wait, some of those don’t even go with normal dishes, much less chocolates! But, in these times, chocolates are stepping over the boundaries of strange and as such we have mouthful of flavors to choose from, having different ingredients mixed with chocolates, some of which you wouldn’t traditionally touch if it were your dinner.


Lindt Excellence Wasabi Dark Chocolate Bar:

Google defines Wasabi as: “A Japanese plant (Eutrema wasabi) of the cabbage family with a thick green root that tastes like strong horseradish and is used in cooking.” Still want it in your chocolate?

Wasabi Dark Chocolate Bar

Al Nassma Camel Milk Chocolate:

Camel milk is extremely nutritious, but I’m sure everyone would still think umpteen times before taking a bite; it’s supposed to taste salty and malted.

Camel Milk Chocolate

Green and Black Chocolate Bar, Ginger, Organic:

The name explains it all. Ginger is good for a sore throat, so try eating it when you feel sick next time.

Green and Black Chocolate Bar, Ginger, Organic

NEWTREE Tranquility Milk Chocolate, Lavender:

Lavender used to be a part of air fresheners; now they are in your chocolate.

NEWTREE Tranquility Milk Chocolate, Lavender

Gnosis Mayan Heat Raw Chocolate Bar:

If you love spicy food, this is your deal. It contains no dairy products but instead in has algae, fruits and chili combination for a new taste punch.

Gnosis Mayan Heat Raw Chocolate Bar

‘Graffiti Zoo Chilean Fire Ants’ and ‘Chocolate Wafers with Real Ants’:

Ever try tasting ants when you were a little kid? If no, then try it with this great chocolate combination, it’s bound to be legendary.

Chocolate Wafers with Real Ants

Japanese Kit Kat – Maccha Green:

These might sound no so yummy, but trust me, these are wonderfully yummy! For some reason, the sweet green tea combines well with the white chocolate.

Japanese Kit Kat - Maccha Green

Japanese Kit Kat – Gouda Cheese:

Nestle has introduced more than 200 local flavors in Japan, with one being weirder than the other. This Kit Kat tastes smoky, salty, and sour, but it’s quite popular in Japan.

Japanese Kit Kat – Gouda Cheese

Vosges Haut Chocolate, Mo’s Dark Bacon Bar:

Introducing to you chocolate combined with meat; bacon’s meat to be exact. It’s a dream come true for all those who love pork and chocolate simultaneously.

Vosges Haut Chocolate, Mo's Dark Bacon Bar

Vosges Haut Chocolate, Naga Bar:

It contains sweet Indian curry powder, milk chocolate and coconut flakes.

Vosges Haut Chocolate, Naga Bar

Vosges Haut Chocolate, Smoke & Stout Caramel Bar:

Truly a piece of heaven for beer lovers! It’s a dark chocolate infusion with burnt sugar caramel, Alderwood smoked salt, and Rogue Ale’s Chocolate stout beer.

Smoke & Stout Caramel Bar

Marie Belle Banana Chocolate:

Mathematically, sweet chocolate + sweet banana = utter sweetness. Despite this, this chocolate is creamy and quite delicious too.

Marie Belle Banana Chocolate

Kaffir lime chocolate:

Dark chocolate with lime leaves for the bitter lovers.

Kaffir lime chocolate

Dagoba Chai Chocolate:

This might be liked by parents; it has ginger + chai (tea) mixed with chocolate after all.

Dagoba Chai Chocolate

Havana Tobacco Chocolate, Belgia:

This is the last one, but a crafty one. Who thought of combinig chocolate and tobacco? Now we will have nicotine addicts and chocolholics together; perhaps choco-tine addicts. It contains cigar leaves that are marinated in rum and cognac which simulates smoking a cigar sensation.

Havana Tobacco Chocolate, Belgia

If you call yourself a chocoholic or a chocolate lover, than your journey isn’t over by far if you haven’ tried out these weirdly strange chocolates (and many more like these). Go ahead, grab yourself a bar, keep 911 within your reach and take a bite.

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  1. mAGNUS wAKER November 17, 2015

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