Toblerone Chocolate, as we know it, was first discovered in 600 AD when the Mayans cultivated the first cocoa plantations on the Yucatan peninsula. Toblerone Cocoa in those days was mixed with water and drunk as a bitter-tasting beverage known as “Xocolatl”, from which the word chocolate is derived. Toblerone is a unique example of outstanding product branding. You must have wondered at some point how Toblerone came by its strange name and striking good looks… Toblerone originates from the chocolatier's family name "Tobler" combined with "torrone", the Italian word for nougat. There are a great many legends about Toblerone’s triangular shape. Chocolate lovers around the world have always believed that Theodor Tobler took his inspiration from his mountainous homeland, and in particular the Matterhorn with its characteristic triangular shape. Toblerone is made from some of the finest raw materials from around the world. Reawaken your taste buds and immerse yourself in Toblerone’s unique taste experience.
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