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Greek Gods


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Ambrosia is the food of the Heavens. It is what the gods and goddesses feasted upon in Ancient Greece.

However, it is so much more than just a tasty indulgence. According to Greek mythology, Ambrosia was responsible for granting the gods and goddesses immortality. Records show it tasted slightly like honey - although some ancient writers speculate that it is actually eight or nine times sweeter.

One, often overlooked, aspect of ambrosia was that once you started to consume it, you couldn’t stop. The gods and goddesses loved eating it so much, the supply of it often couldn’t be replenished fast enough.

So, savour every bite. Who knows when you’ll get a chance to taste the heavens again.

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Indulge in a piece of heaven with Eat It Like’s Greek Gods chapter. This milk chocolate bar is wonderfully creamy, combining sweet milk and smooth cocoa with a taste of ambrosia, as if straight from Mount Olympus. Containing 42% cacao, the Greek Gods chapter is a palate pleaser with its smooth, velvety texture, enhanced by sweet honey notes. It's the ultimate indulgence for those who’d like a chance to experience the food of the gods.

According to ancient Greek mythology, ambrosia was a food or drink sacred to the gods, which was thought to give longevity or immortality to those who consumed it. The gods were said to favour it due to its honey-like sweetness, delicacy and goodness. It's even believed that Aphrodite used ambrosia (honey and beeswax) to magnify her beauty!

The origins of ambrosia and how it was produced remain a mystery, though doves supposedly delivered it to Mount Olympus every morning.

Today, ambrosia is commonly associated with honey, and it’s easy to see why. Honey is considered a superfood that supports healthy living because of its antioxidant, vitamin and mineral content.

In our modern world, a jar of honey has many uses. Traditionally, it's been used to help with coughs and wounds due to its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. And since it's easy to digest, it's a favourite among not only Greek gods but also chefs who use it as a natural sweetener. This delectable ingredient can be added to food and beverages, making them even more delicious.

Taste the food of the gods and view a glimpse of life on Olympus with Eat It Like’s Greek Gods chapter. Based on only five ingredients, our 42% milk chocolate bar contains cacao beans, pure cacao butter, grass-fed milk powder, cane sugar and honey.

Indulge in the Greek Gods chapter and discover why honey is the food of choice of the divine.


What’s the difference between milk chocolate and white chocolate?

White chocolate is a confection made from milk and cocoa butter. However, milk chocolate comprises at least 10% chocolate solids, while white chocolate contains none. 

The production of each type of chocolate also differs, so how they taste varies. There are milk and dairy fats in milk chocolate, resulting in a creamy texture and a softer brown colour. Meanwhile, white chocolate has a rich, buttery taste paired with a velvety mouthfeel. The lack of cocoa solids in white chocolate gives it its white hue.

Is milk chocolate really made with milk?

Yes! This type of chocolate contains a substantial amount of milk. Dairy gives milk chocolate its delicious, creamy taste.

In general, to qualify as milk chocolate, at least 12% milk must be present. The milk can be powdered, liquid or condensed.

Why is milk chocolate so good?

Milk chocolate is delicious because it combines luxurious cocoa and milk, delivering a satisfying taste. As you eat chocolate, dopamine is released, making you feel good. These feel-good chemicals can make it hard to resist indulging in milk chocolate bars. 

How is milk chocolate good for you?

Milk chocolate naturally contains calcium. Additionally, it has small amounts of iron, potassium, vitamin A, vitamin K and zinc.

35 g

5 Ingredients only: Cacao beans, cane sugar, pure cacao butter, grass-fed milk powder, honey (4%).

May contain traces of milk, wheat, tree nuts or peanuts. Cacao solids min. 42%. Keep it dry and cool.

Nutrition facts per bar: KJ: 785 / kCal: 254.6 / Carbohydrates: 11.9g / Fat: 14.6g / Sugars: 10g / Saturated fat: 8g / Protein: 2.6g / Salt: 0.1g