In every country, chocolate is one treat that we all love to indulge in. Every country has its own local brands, but a chocolate bar that you can’t forget, that lingers on your taste buds, is worth traveling thousands of miles for.
Invented in 1897, Mandelstang is one of Norway’s oldest chocolate bars, and its recipe hasn’t changed a bit, consisting of vanilla fondant covered in dark chocolate and topped with almond pieces.
New Zealanders go bananas for Mighty Perky Nana, a chocolate bar made of banana-flavored nougat and coated in milk chocolate.
Biting into an Atlas bar from Korea is like biting into a cloud would be if clouds were made of peanuts covered in caramel and milk chocolate.
We’re sure these will have you saying "Break me off a piece of that chocolate bar!"
Kinder Schokolade — Germany
A combination of milk chocolate and a creamy filling gives this German chocolate bar a smooth, milky taste. Though this bar is marketed toward children (Kinder in German), grownups can’t get enough of it either.
Beng-Beng — Indonesia
Beng-Beng, a crunchy wafer covered in crisped rice and coated in layers of caramel and chocolate (there is also a version made with hazelnuts and chocolate) is a popular candy bar in Indonesia.
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Haley Willard is The Daily Meal's assistant editor. Follow her on Twitter @haleywillrd.