The 3 bars of Auro Chocolate we purchased includes this milk chocolate that claims to have 42% cacao content. It is not a dark chocolate but we wanted to check how their milk chocolates tasted. The cacao content also suggested that this won't be your typical milk chocolate that tend to be on the sweet and creamy side.
|Auro chocolate's 42% milk chocolate - proudly Made in Davao, Philippines|
|Details on the chocolate at the back of the box|
|Nutrition information and Auro's story and contact information|
This is a very good milk chocolate and if you don't really look at the label, you may assume it to be a dark chocolate that's closer to the 30 to 50% cacao content (this is a milk chocolate with 42% minimum cocoa solids). A good comparison is with Meiji Black, which is labeled as a dark chocolate but is not as bitter as how people would expect from those with higher cacao content. The bar retailed for 265 pesos (~4.91 USD) and I must say that its worth it for those who are quite particular with their chocolates. The only thing that probably will deter you from getting one is if you really enjoy your Meiji Black and realize you can get 4 or 5 bars for the amount of money you would spend on this Auro bar. :)