“Merci” as the French would say, means ‘thank you.’
How do you express your thanks to that co-worker, neighbor, boss or teacher? Do you give them a card or some other gift? How about expressing your thanks with a box of chocolates? In the tradition of fine European Chocolates, Merci of the Storck Company is perfect for just about any occasion.
The Storck Company is behind the candy labels of Werther’s, Riesen, Mamba and Toffifay. With that in mind, you know that the quality will be good. From Storck:
“The idea for merci was born in 1965, when it began to win over people’s hearts as the first individually wrapped gift-giving chocolate in Germany. Nowadays, people in over 70 countries of the world – from Poland to Singapore, from Sweden to Slovenia – give merci as a gift.”
Merci comes in an 8.8 oz box of 20 individually wrapped pieces.
There are 7 different Merci Chocolates, Milk Chocolate, Coffee and Cream, Hazelnut-Almond, Hazelnut-Crème, Dark Cream, Dark Mousse and Praline Crème. Each individual chocolate is segmented so it can be broken into two pieces, if you want to share or save the other half for later.
I tried a bit of each of them. I found the chocolates to be very rich and smooth and to have a high quality of flavor. After trying the various flavors, I found the Hazelnut-Almond to be my favorite. Without a doubt, I would give these as a gift to someone.
So next time you need a gift idea for that special person, remember Merci Chocolates
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These opinions are completely my own and I was provided with a sample of Merci chocolates for this review.