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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Herring View Post
    I have a clear recommendation. This one - Niederegger - is a national institution and by far the best one I have seen/tried so far (if you can find it):




    EDIT: I just saw that it is sold in the US but is darn expensive there. @EJCC I should have sent you a package fullof that stuff, you could have made a fortune reselling it!
    This looks so good... I don't think I'd be able to resell it, haha.

    Seems like there's some on amazon for around $18. That's not too bad.
    Probably good that it's so costly. Sounds like everything I love in confections, joined together in unholy bliss.

    Thanks for the recommendation!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lexicon View Post
    Oh man, I keep hearing about this magical food, marzipan. I really want to try it, preferably with a dark chocolate coating.. where can I find some to buy? Any particular brand? I'd make some myself, but I'd like to see how it normally tastes before I try my hand at it.
    So @Red Herring's suggestion looks so way beyond amazing ... and my recommendations wouldn't come close to comparing. But as far as stuff that's cheap and easily available in the US, Ritter Sport dark chocolate with marzipan is my favorite. I always just pick it up at the supermarket/CVS for ~$3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arcana View Post
    So Red Herring's suggestion looks so way beyond amazing ... and my recommendations would come close to comparing. But as far as stuff that's cheap and easily available in the US, Ritter Sport dark chocolate with marzipan is my favorite. I always just pick it up at the supermarket/CVS for ~$3.
    Yupp, that one gets my seal of approval as well.

    Ritter Sport generally makes good chocolate and the marzipan one is also a classic.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Herring View Post
    Yupp, that one gets my seal of approval as well.

    Ritter Sport generally makes good chocolate and the marzipan one is also a classic.
    I need both, now. You two have ruined me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Herring View Post
    Yupp, that one gets my seal of approval as well.

    Ritter Sport generally makes good chocolate and the marzipan one is also a classic.



    Full disclosure: My ex-bf is a descendent of the man who invented the original recipe behind the Niederegger brand in 1804.
    Hahaha. I meant to say couldn't come close. But I'm glad you approve.

    I do love Ritter. The dark chocolate hazelnut kind is good, too.

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