Ritter Sport Dark Chocolate is a genuine fifties phenomenon. This chocolate, which contains at least 50% cocoa, has been around since exactly 1950. The best fine cocoas from Papua New Guinea, choice beans from Madagascar, and full-bodied cocoa from West Africa results in a blend that is 100% first-class.
Fruity, full-bodied, rich cocoa flavours combine with a mild, tangy note to become a full, fine, and bittersweet chocolate. It’s a real favourite!
Ingredients: Sugar, cocoa mass (fine cocoa 16%), cocoa butter, emulsifying agent: lecithin (soya), natural flavourings.
Rick: a few months ago
Generally, the darker the chocolate the higher the cocoa percentage. This stuff is mostly sugar (it's the first ingredient) and only 50% cocoa - less cocoa than typical milk chocolate, let alone dark chocolate. And that that's exactly what it tastes like: sugar with a hint of cocoa. I ate one bite and threw the rest out. Way too sweet and hardly any proper chocolate flavour.