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Belgian Chocolate Flavor

$28.00

AussieBlends Belgian Chocolate Flavor for soft serve, frozen yogurt or Gelato.

32 oz bottle:

  • Kosher certified, Gluten-free, Vegan & Sugar-free.
  • Shelf Stable flavors no need to be frozen or refrigerated

Instructions:

  • Add 2.5 oz for each AussieBlends mix bag.
  • Shake well before use
  • Mix one AussieBlends mix bag and then add the flavor.
  • Once the bottle is open, please keep them refrigerated
  • Store under 40F

Description

AussieBlends Belgian Chocolate Flavor for soft serve, frozen yogurt, or Gelato.

32 oz bottle:

Instructions:

  • Add 2.5 oz for each AussieBlends mix bag.
  • Shake well before use
  • Mix one AussieBlends mix bag and then add the flavor.
  • Once the bottle is open, please keep them refrigerated
  • Store under 40F

Belgian chocolate is chocolate produced in Belgium. A major industry since the 19th century, today it forms an important part of the nation’s economy and culture. The raw materials used in chocolate production do not originate in Belgium; most cocoa is produced in Africa, Central America, and South America.

The selection of the beans. Traditionally, Belgian chocolate makers have always used high-quality cocoa beans. The Belgian chocolate sector is very diverse.

Belgian milk chocolate for example has a classic milk flavor and not so much fruitiness or sourness as you might find in other milk chocolate varieties. Belgian dark chocolate will have a classic fudge-like earthy flavor and no sourness, fruitiness, or lingering floral flavors usually.

The raw materials used in chocolate production do not originate in Belgium; most cocoa is produced in Africa, Central America, and South America. Nonetheless, the country has an association with the product that dates to the early 17th century.

The industry expanded massively in the 19th century, gaining an international reputation and, together with the Swiss, Belgium became one of the commodity’s most important producers in Europe. Although the industry has been regulated by law since 1894, there is no universal standard for chocolate to be labeled “Belgian”.

The most commonly accepted standard dictates that the actual production of the chocolate must take place inside Belgium.

Additional information

Weight 3 lbs
Dimensions 11 × 9 × 6 in

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