Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Whittaker's Chocolate in Korea

I have heard that Whittaker's chocolate sometimes appears in random shops here in Korea, someone I was talking to said they found some in Paris Baguette once for example.  I have been here about 19 months now and have never seen it - until now.
 
I just happened to be wandering around the small grocery shop in the bottom of the Galleria in Ingye-dong today.  I don't really shop there as its a bit more expensive and the selection is smaller than the nearby Homeplus so I don't usually bother.  I was down there to get some fast food - the American chain 'Popeyes' has a branch in the food court there.  I thought I would have a look around while I was there and see what they had, sometimes they have things that you can't get at the bigger supermarket chains.


So this is where I found some Whittaker's chocolate - they have three of the 250g slabs available - Fruit & Nut, Creamy Milk and Almond Gold.  The kicker is that unless you are really craving it or are a die hard fan you probably won't want to pay the price.  One slab cost 11,000 won, they didn't have a price on them so I didn't find this out until I got to the counter.  I thought it would be a nice gift to take in to work after the holiday - I hope they appreciate it.

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  1. http://www.welfoods.co.kr/
    found this site selling whittakers, still expensive though. I'm going to wait till I go through KL airasia international airport over winter holidays, they sell it dutyfree there.

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    1. Hey great, thanks for the link. Looks like they have more flavours too. Kinda craving the peppermint one, it's always my fav. I'm going to be heading home for a bit in March next year, maybe I will stock up then :)

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  2. I was in Cafe Bene in Seoul today and I saw they had the peanut and almond slabs and the sante bars. They were a bit more pricy than New Zealand but better than the kingsize bars I've seen.

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