Sch­mit­ten Milk Chocolate – with Roasted Nuts and Raisins/with Crunchy Rice Crispies

Consumer Voice - - The Great Indian Chocolate Bar -

The next Sch­mit­ten bar I had was ‘Milk Chocolate with Roasted Nuts and Raisins’. The pack­ag­ing was rich and ap­peal­ing. Priced at Rs 45 for a 35 gram bar, it seemed like a good deal as the chocolate was not as sweet as its coun­ter­parts. The quan­tity of nuts and raisins was poor, though. I had to eat the whole bar to even get a few in my mouth. A lit­tle more of the nuts could definitely up the taste to a large ex­tent. The ‘Milk Chocolate with Crunchy Rice Crispies’ had a sim­i­lar pack as that of the ‘nuts and raisins’ vari­ant. It had rice crisps on the cover de­not­ing its flavour. On open­ing the cover, I no­ticed that the chocolate was hol­low in the cen­tre and that the bar was dis­fig­ured and com­pletely white. I de­cided not to have the chocolate.

Sch­mit­ten as a brand has been dis­ap­point­ing – good pack­ag­ing, yes, but chocolate is not great. Priced higher than Cad­bury Dairy Milk, it does not de­liver what it prom­ises.

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