New type of chocolate discovered!
“New type of chocolate offers a totally new taste experience, which is not bitter, milky or sweet, but a fusion between berry-fruitiness and luscious smoothness! “. Said the spokes person of Barry Callebaut, a Swiss confectionery. Would you believe it? Chocolate generally comes in three different types: milk, white, and dark. However, a fourth new chocolate called Ruby exists officially . 80 years after the discovery of white chocolate.
This type of chocolate was discovered by Swiss confectionery Barry Callebaut. The distinct pink hue doesn’t come from any added colors or ingredients. It comes from a unique source called Ruby cocoa beans. These beans provide the color along with a fruity berry flavor that no other chocolate type possesses.
Courtesy Barry Callebaut Group.
CNBC estimates that it could take six months to reach markets. This is because Barry Callebaut does not sell directly to consumers. But rather will provide its pink chocolate to manufacturers. They, in turn, will create a plethora of ruby chocolate products that we can’t wait to get our hands on.
Expect this new type to make all different kinds of chocolate products, similar to what’s done with white, milk, and dark chocolate today. We should expect to find pink chocolate ganaches, naturally reddish chocolate bars, and basically every other chocolate product redone in ruby fashion.