What language is Lindt in?

The story of Lindt & Sprüngli begins in 1845 when confectioner David Sprüngli-Schwarz and his son Rudolf Sprüngli-Ammann have a groundbreaking idea: Becoming the first to produce chocolate in solid form in the German-speaking area of Switzerland.

Is Lindt a word?

Chocoladefabriken Lindt & Sprüngli AG, doing business as Lindt, is a Swiss chocolatier and confectionery company founded in 1845 and known for its chocolate truffles and chocolate bars, among other sweets….Lindt.

Headquarters and factory in Kilchberg
Website lindt-spruengli.com

Which is the best chocolate in Lindt?

Highly subject to personal taste, of course.

  • Lindt Excellence Chilli.
  • Lindt Excellence Extra Creamy.
  • Lindt Excellence Roasted Almond.
  • Lindt Excellence 85% Cacoa.
  • Lindt Excellence Arabica Intense.
  • Lindt Excellence 70% cocoa.
  • Lindt Excellence Mint Intense.
  • Lindt Excellence Orange Intense.

What does LINDOR mean?

The surname Lindor was given to someone who lived beside a grove of lime trees. The family name Lindor is derived from the German word linde, which means lime tree. The original bearer was named for his proximity to a hill crowned by lime trees.

Is Lindt and LINDOR the same?

Essentially, LINDOR is a chocolate truffle. Made by creating a hollow chocolate shell by placing fine, tempered Lindt chocolate into a mould which is then spun around on its axis to coat the inside. The chocolate cools and sets to create a delicate shell – ready to hold the smooth, melting filling.

What is the most expensive chocolate?

Recognized by Forbes as the most expensive chocolate in the world, La Madeline au Truffe is unique compared to other chocolates. It starts with a 70% Valrhona dark chocolate and is mixed with a variety of ingredients including truffle oil and vanilla.

Is Lindt German or Swiss?

Despite its global growth, Lindt & Sprüngli remains Swiss in its roots – in fact, the Swiss remain the biggest champions with each citizen consuming on average one LINDOR truffle a day.

How did LINDOR get its name?