Have you ever wondered what’s the relation between coffee & chocolate? They sync strangely in beautiful melody making them the beast joyful experience that someone can have. Experts state that a person would have to eat 1.5-ounce bars of milk chocolate to get the same amount of caffeine that you’d ingest in an eight-ounce cup of coffee. Dark chocolate does have more caffeine than milk chocolate, but not that much: you’d still have to eat four bars to get the same buzz as a regular cup of joe.
Because your day begins with a smile, with a cup of coffee and sweetens with a piece of chocolate.
COFFEE & CHOCOLATE
Come with me, let’s go on a journey to all around the world. In Europe coffee makes the day. You see people in the streets, holding their coffees, rushing to work every morning. Well that’s in the UK! Let’s go more west, we’ll see people enjoying their morning coffee, indulging with a piece of chocolate in sunny cafés. In Middle East, coffee and chocolate are not only what makes the days, they represent hospitality. Arabs are well known of their hospitality, if you’re a guest, a friend or a stranger, a cup of the best coffee along with a luxurious piece of chocolate on the side will be presented to you.
Let’s take a look at the caffeine in coffee: eight ounces of generic brewed coffee contains around 95 milligrams of caffeine. A sixteen-ounce cup of good coffee – the “Grande” size in many coffee shops – has between 200 and 300 milligrams of the stimulant. Even the standard one-ounce shot of Espresso and Arabic coffee from a café averages 75 milligrams of caffeine. That’s a lot of buzz packed into a small volume.
Because your day begins with a smile, with a cup of coffee and sweetens with a piece of chocolate. Violette
WHAT ABOUT CHOCOLATE?
A one-ounce square of unsweetened baking chocolate contains 23 milligrams of caffeine. If you look at a large, 3.5-ounce bar of very dark chocolate (70-85% cocoa), you’ll find around 80 milligrams of caffeine. A similar bar of plain milk chocolate averages 20 milligrams of caffeine. Hot cocoa only has about nine milligrams per eight-ounce cup.
Astonishingly aromatic and flavorful, Violette chocolates are carefully hand-crafted from the finest Belgian ingredients. We never use preservatives, no added sugar.
Make your day, let it begins with a smile, with a cup of coffee and sweetens with a piece of chocolate.