The Lindt Difference
Have you ever wondered why some chocolate just tastes better? Discover the five steps Lindt takes to craft its gourmet chocolate
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The LINDT Difference Finest Cocoa

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Unique Roasting & Grinding

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The Lindt Invention

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Best Ingredients

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Finishing with Perfection

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Finishing with Perfection

At Lindt we know that enjoying chocolate is a full sensory experience. That’s why our attention to detail can be seen at every step, from our tempering process that ensures our chocolate finish is shiny and luxurious, to our elegant packaging. And final touches like the almonds atop our pralines and the ribbons that embellish each Gold Bunny are all placed there by hand. 

How we make our chocolate

Lindt Swiss premium chocolate, by the numbers

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The year the iconic Gold Bunny was born

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The number of Excellence bar varieties sold worldwide

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The number of Lindor Truffles made every year around the globe

What is tempering?

Tempering involves heating, cooling and then reheating chocolate to avoid uncontrolled crystallization and achieve a stable formation of cocoa butter, which is the fat in chocolate. It's this process that gives Lindt products their glossy chocolate finish and the chocolate bars their crisp snap.

enrobing
en·rob·ing
Verb The process of coating praline centres by running them through a curtain of tempered chocolate.

Our special finishing touches

“If you take the time to make high-quality chocolate it has to be high-quality from start to finish.”
– Lindt Maître Chocolatier

Lindt’s vintage ads and packaging

Through the years, Lindt’s ads have reflected what was happening in the world at the time, whether it was commissioning artists to illustrate ads during the Belle Époque, or using peace symbols to mark the end of the Second World War.

Get inspired by our recipes
Chocolate - Raspberry - Quark - Heart
Raspberries and chocolate! Delicious!
Zürcher Chocolate Tart
A culinary tribute to switzerland’s largest city!
Hot Chocolate
The movie "Chocolat" inspired the Maître Chocolatiers at LINDT to create this superb hot chocolate.