Crispy, salty, fried Groninger specialties are combined with white chocolate, and “Wadden Sea Salt” and “Weaven Cake” flavors are also available.
Translated by Thomas Ansel
The Groningen region has many “must-see” places for new residents. The most famous is “Eierbal”. This fried egg is a boiled egg wrapped in a “spice” puree of meat and potatoes and coated with a crispy shell. Available from all over the city, GIC reports that its unique flavors are now combined with chocolate to create memorable Groningen-ish gifts.
The new Ierval-flavored chocolates can be purchased at the Groningen shop in the forum. Part of the full range of themed chocolate bars. The essence of “Wijvenkoek”, a spicy sponge-like breakfast cake from the state, was also combined with milk chocolate to create an anise-like bar, with the addition of wadden sea salt to dark chocolate.
But most striking are the flavors of Ierval and white chocolate, apparently mildly curry spiced by Nikerk’s chocolate adventurer Chocolat Dedroom. All three flavors are available on the forums and online, and the 100 (!) Gram bar is priced at 6,95.
Taste Learned: Eierbal-flavored chocolate now available in a range of Groningen-themed sweets
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