Côte d'Or Chokotoff White

Here we have another Côte d'Or product review...you'd think I was obsessed with them or something! ;) Chokotoff are a brand of toffees popular in Belgium, and I found this white chocolate version of them in B&M bargains for £1. I don't have a picture of the actual toffees I'm afraid as I ate them all a few months ago, nom nom :)

They were quite tasty, the toffees are chocolate flavoured and work well with the creamy white chocolate, however they suffered the same problem as most toffees - they were too hard. I solved this by popping them in the microwave for 10 seconds; this made them softer and much easier to eat. I overdid a few and they turned into a melted mass of white chocolate and toffee, which was actually very tasty!

Overall I would say this is a decent product and I'd like to try the original dark chocolate version - hopefully I'll come across them some day.

Have you tried Chokotoff before? If so what did you think of them?


  1. I have never tried a white chocolate toffee before but it sounds quite yummy! I love the microwave tip, I have never thought of doing that before. It's a great tip to use on all the poor toffees that end up bottom of the Quality Street tin!

    Thank for adding me to your blogroll too :)

    1. You're welcome :)

      Haha, yes Quality Street toffees certainly need a helping hand! You could always melt them and use them as a cake filling or something.

  2. These I have not ever seen in any of the shops I frequent... Quite a catchy name I must say! I'll have to keep an eye out for these :)

    1. Unfortunately I don't think they're around any longer, let's hope they make a return soon. Probably like those fabled Rolo sticks...you see them once and then they're gone!

    2. Yeah, let's hope eh... Those Rolo Sticks are like gold dust. At least with everyone keeping their eyes peeled they're bound to be spotted as soon as they re-enter circulation again (if ever!).

  3. I used to have the dark chocolate ones as a kid and they are much nicer!


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