The Swiss just invented the first new flavour of chocolate since 1930

By Christina Cavaleri September 9, 2017

So we have milk chocolate, dark chocolate and white chocolate.

But we can ALWAYS have more chocolate.

Well the chocolate connoisseurs of the world, the Swiss, have invented the girliest of chocolates to add to the list.


It is called 'Ruby', the brand new flavour of chocolate supposedly has a berry-fruitness to it, despite being made purely from ruby cocoa bean. 

This beautiful creation was made by Switzerland-based company Barry Callebaut, one of the biggest cocoa bean and chocolate producers in the world.

It’s the first new flavour of pure chocolate to have been invented since 1930.

‘Ruby’ was unveiled to a panel of chocolate experts in Shanghai.

A spokesperson from Barry Callebaut says the flavour boasts an “intense sensorial delight” offering “totally new taste experience, which is not bitter, milky or sweet.”

A Chocolate expert told The Sun of his tasting experience:

“Ruby chocolate is very different and clever stuff. It’s refreshing and has a light, creamy texture.

“It tastes so light and fruity you don’t really realise you’re gobbling up one chocolate the other, so it means consumers will be able to eat more of it than other types of conventional chocolate.

“Whether this a good or bad thing depends on your point of view.”

There is no word when the public will receive it but we hope it’s soon.