Playing Cards – Chocolate Facts

Playing Cards - Chocolate Facts

Playing Cards – Chocolate Facts Dark, white or milky, chocolate is one of the world’s most popular flavours. Cultivated for three millennia in Mexico and Central America, the seeds of the cacao tree were first consumed as a chocolate beverage by the Mayans and Aztecs and very rapidly spread beyond the Americas to Europe and the rest of the world.Included in this rich double deck of Chocolate Trivia Playing Cards is…A 12 step chocoholics program – never be more than 12 steps away from chocolate. There’s nothing better than a good friend, except a good friend with chocolate. Chocolate: Here today…Gone today! Put ‘eat chocolate’ at the top of your list of things to do today that way at least you’ll get one thing done. I’m not overweight, just chocolate enriched. Some like it hot, some like it cold. I like it chocolate. Stress wouldn’t be so hard to take if it were chocolate covered.And…It wasn’t until the mid 18th century that chocolate evolved past its drinkable form. Cocoa powder, invented in 1828, made chocolate easy to blend with milk or water allowing for more creativity when concocting chocolate products. Chocolate was soon offered as candy by mixing cocoa butter with sugar and by 1875 milk chocolate had been developed by Daniel Peter who took his product to Henri Nestle who had perfected the making of evaporated milk. They both hit upon the idea of mixing the sweetened condensed milk with chocolate. From this period solid chocolate became more popular than drinking chocolate.A great gift for chocolate lovers this double deck of Chocolate Trivia Playing Cards provides 108 delectable insights into the wonderful world of chocolate. Best enjoyed while eating chocolate of course! Comes in two individual packages of 54 cards each.

Are you a person who loves a good mystery? Me too, I also love jigsaw puzzles and you should know the two are now combined to make a mystery lovers life more challenging. These unique puzzles aptly name mystery jigsaw puzzles use the book to spin the tale but to get to the bottom of who dun it the answer lies within the puzzle itself, you cannot solve the mystery without it. There is just one more bit of sleuthing to do the puzzle doesn’t match the jigsaw picture on the box!

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