Whittakers

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New Zealand Chocolate Round-Up

The family and I are travelling around the South Island of New Zealand. Naturally, when in another country there are many things to do: places to see, countryside to look at, and food to taste.

Whittaker’s Creamy Milk Caramel

It seems as though someone in New Zealand has been listening to our pleas because Whittaker’s seem to be slowly-but-surely releasing a few more flavours in their blocks here in Australia that had previously just been enjoyed by fortunate Kiwis …

Ginger Chocolate Face-Off: Round 2

Back in 2007, Simon compared two ginger bars in a head to head review. Now we have two more ginger bars and it’s time for Round 2… You know you’re going to have a fantastic day when you spot two new …

Four Blocks Of Whittakers Chocolate

Sorry Dom, I’ve done it again. Dear Dom, Kind, Mighty, Intelligent, Gorgeous and Benevolent Ruler of Chocablog… (She must mean another Dom — Dom) I know, I know, you’ve said it (and emailed it) before and I thought I’d learned my lesson. …

Whittakers Toasted Coconut Slab

Take pity on my poor little sister. She’s living in Germany and pining, dreaming, of Cadbury Coconut Rough. Without thinking, I said “No problem, that’s available in EVERY supermarket in Australia, I’ll post some to you”. Foolish words. Searching high and …

Whittaker’s Dark Caramel

Not to be outdone by the surprising taste of Whittaker’s Favourite Kiwi Fruit milk chocolate block, we returned from a day sightseeing the joys of Auckland and stumbled upon a long-held dream choco-combination of mine – top notch dark chocolate …

Whittaker’s Kiwi Fruit

Whittaker’s chocolate has been proudly New Zealand-owned and made since 1896 and has just started to make an impact in Australia in the last couple of years. However even keen Chocabloggers such as myself need a holiday occasionally and this …

Whittaker’s Dark Orange

Whittaker’s chocolates have been made in Wellington New Zealand since 1896 and they are the only manufacturers in the land of sheep, hillsides and hobbits to start the process from scratch by roasting their own cocoa beans. We Aussies have enjoyed …