Review: Rhythm 108 Sweet ‘N’ Salty Almond Mylk Chocolate Bar & Hazelnut Praline Bar

As someone with a super sweet tooth, whenever I see vegan chocolate bars I am intrigued. Yes, dark chocolate from the supermarket is great, but sometimes I need a little bit more. This is where Rhythm 108 come into play.

When being introduced to amazing products like this, I am so grateful for my Lifestyle Subscription Box from The Vegan Kind. The Sweet ‘N’ Salty Almond Bar was included a month or so back and I’m very glad! This box consists of 5 – 8 vegan products per month, all of which I have been so happy with and I’ve been subscribed for almost a year now! I would highly recommend this to anyone looking for new vegan products to try or if you’re looking to go vegan and needing some snacks to help you along.

Now Onto The Chocolate Bars…

Rhythm 108 use “pure ingredients” and their recipes are “simple, delicious and made with a lot of heart and soul” – I could tell after scoffing these bars!

img_7715Ingredients: Almonds (28%), Raw Cane Sugar, Cacao Butter, Gluten Free Oat Flour (7%), Agave Fibre, Dried Rice Malt, Cacao Mass, HAZELNUTS, Sea Salt, Sunflower Oil, Emulsifier (Sunflower Lecithin), Vanilla Pods.

After reading the ingredients list I wasn’t expecting this to be such a good chocolate bar. I expected something healthy tasting, perhaps something I wouldn’t go back to – I was so wrong!

The center of this was fluffy and super creamy which I loved, I haven’t tasted anything like it before. This has small nut pieces and was slightly salty, overall just absolutely divine!

I’m actually hater of chocolate with nuts in it most of the time. I remember being younger and if I accidentally bit into a chocolate with nuts in it I couldn’t even swallow it. This bar from Rhythm has converted me!

You can purchase these for around £1.40 each which I thought was quite reasonable for this level of deliciousness!

img_7256Ingredients: Raw Cane Sugar, HAZELNUTS (24%), Cacao Butter, Cacao Mass, Gluten Free Oat Flour (8%), Agave Fibre, Quinoa (1.2%), Sunflower Oil, Emulsifier (Sunflower Lecithin).

After this, I went and purchased the Hazelnut Praline bar. This bar reminded me of Guylian SeaShells and had a lovely flavour, it was more subtle than the Sweet ‘N’ Salty Almond Bar so better if you’re not looking for something as sweet, this one’s for you.

I also love that this contains quinoa. At first I thought “Quinoa?! In a chocolate bar?!” but it worked very well, adding a little crunch. Along with this, quinoa has excellent health benefits such as being high in protein, so I think I’m going to be adding quinoa to some sweet dishes in the future!

I am yet to try the Coconut Bar, let me know if you’ve tried it and what you think!

Where to find Rhythm 108 products

I purchased these from Food For Thought in Surrey but have seen them in Marks & Spencer’s recently too! They can also be purchased online from The Vegan Kind and I have seen Rhythm 108’s biscuits being sold in Costa, so hopefully they start stocking their chocolate bars too!

Have you tried any other products from Rhythm 108? Let me know what to try next!

 

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