Other Mini Ritter Sport Round-up – Part I

Last week, I did a 2-part (I and II) round-up of Schokowurfel, a set of 7 tiny Ritter Sports that I bought in Europe. Today and Friday, I’ll review the second set of somewhat larger mini Ritter Sport chocolates that I purchased on the same trip. Unlike the single-squared Schokowurfel, these mini Ritter Sports were…

Mini Ritter Sport Round-up – Part II

Here’s the continuation of Monday’s review of Ritter Sport’s Schokowurfel. Monday, I reviewed the Creme Coco, the Mandel Split, and the Caramel Crisp. Today, I’ll review the rest of the set: Crocant, Cappuccino, and Edelnugat. I’m not exactly sure what Crocant means in German, but the onomatopoeia made me think of crunchiness. And I was…

Mini Ritter Sport Round-up – Part I

My May trip to Italy meant a layover in Frankfurt, which in turn meant that I got to buy lots of Duty Free Ritter Sport. In fact, I managed to leave Europe with not one but two sets of mini Ritter Sport assortments. The below Schokowurfel set had 6 varieties (Sorten?): Creme Coco, Mandel Split,…

Ritter Sport Summer 2010 – Stracciatella

This is the last of Ritter Sports’ 2010 summer flavors that I picked up in Europe. The other two, Peach-Passionfruit Yogurt and Wildberry Yogurt, were reviewed earlier in the week. Stracciatella is a flavor of Italian gelato that’s analogous to chocolate chip ice cream. I have to admit I didn’t try stracciatella gelato while I…

Ritter Dark Chocolate with Marzipan

Here’s yet another Ritter Sport bar to wrap up the week. I saved my favorite for last, the Dark Chocolate with Marzipan. The bar promises that it’s “made with 100% finest marzipan”. With a claim so lofty, they’d better deliver! I do love the neat 4X4 square of Ritter Sport bars. It looks tidy and…

Ritter Sport Cornflakes

This Ritter Sport bar came from Target. At $1.99, Target’s Ritter Sport bars are the best deal I’ve ever seen. I was a bit surprised to see that Target carried the Cornflakes bar, “with crispy-crunchy cornflakes”. It’s an unusual combination to find in the States, but a tasty one! The cornflakes were more or less…