ALDI – Moser Roth Dark Sea Salt Chocolate – Food Review


ALDI, moser roth, dark sea salt chocolate, price, review, calories, nutritionMay 10, 2018

Moser Roth is generally a step up from the Choceur chocolates at ALDI.  Like the other Moser Roth chocolates reviewed here, this chocolate is a fine European-style chocolate – meaning there’s a higher concentration of cocoa in the product than most chocolates made in the US.  Although not specified on the label, my guess is this would be around a 60% cocoa chocolate.  The label does tell us there’s sea salt added to the chocolate.  I’m not sure what the sea salt adds to the product, but more importantly it doesn’t take anything away.  Sea salt or not, this is a very nice chocolate.

In the package are 5 small bars.  Each bar is 120 calories and is enough chocolate to satisfy my chocolate urges.  That’s a nice thing, as it provides a chocolate break without having to eat a whole bar of another brand which are generally much larger.  Of course, if one isn’t enough, you can always have another, and another, and another … well you get the picture.

Price $1.99 – 4.4 oz (125g) package (5 small bars in package)

Calories  140 per bar (280g per 2 piece labeled serving size)

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This is an independent review of a product purchased from ALDI.  The author(s) are customers of ALDI and have no business or other relationship with ALDI.  If you have an issue with the product and desire to contact ALDI, either see your local store manager or use the ALDI customer contact URL immediately below to send a message to ALDI.

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4 Responses to “ALDI – Moser Roth Dark Sea Salt Chocolate – Food Review”

  1. Shape Shifters Fitness Trainer Says:

    Impossible to go wrong with the Moser Roth chocolate at ALDI! I love when they get the seasonal chocolate in unique flavors. It’s at least half the price it would be elsewhere and every bit as good.

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  2. David Says:

    I also have wondered about sea salt being added to chocolate. What kind of marketing trick is that? Then in dawned on me. Ever since I was a kid I have added a bit of salt to watermelon and cantaloupe to highlight the sweetness. It would make perfect sense to do that with a chocolate that has a lower than usual sugar content.

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    • steveo Says:

      Could be? For me, I couldn’t really notice much difference compared to a regular dark chocolate bar. I think you’re spot on with marketing. Maybe a kale chocolate bar next.

      Liked by 1 person

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