THE LINDT DIFFERENCE

4. Best Ingredients

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Best Ingredients

At Lindt & Sprüngli we believe high-quality chocolate can only be made with high-quality ingredients. We apply this philosophy to every ingredient in our recipes; from selecting cocoa beans from only the most renowned cocoa-growing regions, to travelling the world to source the finest ingredients to create our chocolate masterpieces.

Why? Because at Lindt & Sprüngli we care about producing perfection from bean to bar – pouring pride and passion into every step of the process.

Hazelnuts covered with melted milk chocolate

Our Mâitre Chocolatiers continuously create beautiful flavour combinations; perfectly pairing ingredients to bring out our chocolate’s unique flavour. Every single ingredient is meticulously researched and sourced from the finest producers around the world.

Nuts

Chocolate and nuts are a classic combination. We source our nuts from the world’s most prestigious orchards – including hazelnuts from Piedmont, Italy – before expertly roasting to perfection.

Fruits

Combining fruit with chocolate opens up a whole new world of flavour – from zesty orange to juicy raspberries – producing products that are as innovative as they are delicious.

Spices

Our Mâitre Chocolatiers experiment with adding subtle hints of the finest spices – including Pink Peppercorns, Chili and Fleur de Sel – to elevate your tasting experience.

 


Map of where Lindt's ingredients come from.Map of where Lindt's ingredients come from.

How We Roast Our Nuts

At Lindt & Sprüngli we roast our nuts in house – unlike other chocolate brands who outsource this step. Our expert Master Chocolatiers have refined this process over the years, combining their senses and unrivalled skill, to determine when the nuts have been roasted to perfection – before combining with our luxury chocolate to seal in the flavour.
 
Diagram of the roasting process.Diagram of the roasting process.

Bern

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The birthplace of conching, Bern is also the capital of Switzerland and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

“Fleur de Sel has the finest crystals and most delicate flavour which beautifully elevates the flavour profile of our chocolate.”

 

 
– Lindt Mâitre Chocolatier.
 

The Lindt Invention

Finishing with Perfection

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