White chocolate, dark chocolate, milk chocolate

Black chocolate

Dark chocolate, dark chocolate called, is a mixture of cocoa and cocoa butter with sugar. It contains 35% cocoa, the proportion depending on the manufacturer. Sugar needs depends on the variety of cocoa bitterness used.

Dark chocolate
Milk chocolate       

Milk chocolate contains, according to EU regulations [1] imposed a minimum 25% cocoa solids and 12% milk solids (mostly milk powder or condensed milk). The first milk chocolate was launched by the Swiss Daniel Peter in 1875.

White chocolate

White chocolate is chocolate made ​​from cocoa butter, sugar, milk, vanilla and other flavors.
Not containing cocoa powder or cocoa preparations therefore has a color close to white

Milk chocolate

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