There's a new "pink" chocolate that is different to all the other chocolates
It's been eighty years since the invention of white chocolate so it's about time that we get something new. Introducing: pink chocolate.
The Swiss are known as legendary chocolate makes so it makes sense that the fourth type of chocolate, 'ruby', comes from Swiss company Barry Callebaut.
Ruby chocolate gets its reddish-pink hue from the Ruby cocoa bean and has a faint, but naturally-occurring taste that "is not bitter, milky or sweet, but a tension between berry-fruitiness and luscious smoothness," according to a press release. "This is really a mix between the fruitiness, sourness and berry taste," the company's dessert chef Martin Diez said.
The company say there's no colouring, berries or flavoring added to the new type of chocolate. And rumor is it should be available worldwide soon!