Fazer is one of the few chocolate manufacturers that still uses fresh milk in its production.
When Karl Fazer launched the Karl Fazer Milk Chocolate in 1922, he chose Arriba cocoa from Equador for the manufacturing – simply because it was the best-quality cocoa available. This is why Arriba is still used in their chocolate. The basic flavor of Arriba cocoa must be flowery, fruity and nut-like.
The Karl Fazer Milk Chocolate, also known as Fazer Blue, is part of the Finnish cultural heritage. The iconic Fazer's milk chocolate first appeared in 1922 in its famous blue wrapper symbolising the pure Finnish nature. It is the chocolate that many Finns have grown up with and has turned them into chocolate lovers. The blue wrappings conceal a velvety, soft chocolate delight. Karl Fazer milk chocolates are always a welcome surprise!
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