Recently, we received this awesome delivery. Chocolate! They know me so well ;).

The delivery came with the awesome Doctor Chocolate Syringe and a fantastic recipe for a Chocolate Milkshake I was just dying to try out! It really was amazing – and I know my chocolate. They also are launching a chess set, where you eat the pieces you win! Sigh…is there any other way to play chess? No, I tell you!

South Africa just got a new taste sensation with the official arrival of Doctor Chocolate in the country. This follows Doctor Chocolate’s success worldwide, across three continents, over seven years.

A delicious dose of silky, creamy, smooth chocolate, Doctor Chocolate presents great taste and great fun with three unique, stand out products: Doctor Chocolate Original, a super-delicious hazelnut spread in a distinctive 60g “syringe” pack to inject more fun into your taste-buds; Doctor Chocolate Magic 66g, a candy coated praline and; Doctor Chocolate Chess 210g, milk and white chocolate chess pieces complete with a paper chess board.

Along with confectionery distributor Swiss Diversitas Group, locally Doctor Chocolate is partnered with Nontwenhle “Nonts” Mchunu, the country’s first black Chocolatier.

“I’m excited to be part of a brand that will resonate with all South Africans, young and old. Doctor Chocolate’s superior quality, great concept, fun approach and well-considered price point really hits the sweet spot,” says Nonts.

Thank you Doctor Chocolate for making my day. I am always willing to try out anything chocolate. It’s my duty! Have you tried the new Doctor Chocolate? What did you think?

4 Replies to “Chocolate? Just what the Doctor Ordered”

  1. Please don’t promote a “single use” plastic product, we already have way too much plastic rubbish filling our landfills and polluting our oceans and this ridiculous product is just going to make that situation worse.

  2. Hi Rachel. Thank you for taking the time to comment on our blog ♥ I wouldn’t classify these as a “single use” plastic product, though. They are made of a hardy plastic. We have not thrown ours away and they make awesome Water Guns! If it was non-functional, thin plastic I may agree with you more :).

  3. It is single use, anyway ~ let’s say you allow one child a treat once a month for six months .. that is 6 water guns .. really!

  4. Thank you for you comment :). If you follow my blog, you will have noticed my daughter has allergies. I don’t buy the chocolate for her, but for me (It’s a treat). She gets to play with the syringe, so we both win. We have a lot of friends and cousins around, so it works for us :)…but then again your calculations are a bit out, I would not purchase the syringe that often. It may not work for everybody, but I do like the product and feel comfortable promoting it, otherwise I wouldn’t. If one plans to toss it in the trash, then that is a different story.

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