Anthon Bergs new exclusives

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Anthon Berg is extending its chocolate assortment offering 'for the informal sharing occasion' with a luxury Cognac bar with fine Cognac – in addition to the existing eight-piece Travellers Exclusive line of marzipan bars it

already offers.

The company says that the launch of a third marzipan variant will build on successful sales of the existing marzipan products and meet the current expectations for more informal products on the market.

Anthon Berg says it was the first company to introduce marzipan bars to Denmark and besides being known for inventing the famous liqueur bottles, the unique recipe for the bitter-sweet almond paste marzipan is also a trademark of the brand.

The company adds that a recent addition to the marzipan bar line, the Double Dark Nibs bar, was launched in 2007 with great success. Double Dark Nibs is marzipan covered with crunchy, caramelized cocoa nibs and an extra layer of dark chocolate.

According to Anthon Berg, the new Cognac bar has a tasty touch of fine Cognac, creating a warmer and fuller taste-experience.

Meanwhile, the company is also extending its Dark Velvet line to include Dark Velvet Cointreau.

In a statement, it said: ‘After only one year on the market, the Dark Velvet line with Piper-Heidsieck Champagne and R?my Martin Fine Champagne Cognac is already listed with the majority of our customers, and the success continues to grow as we are now launching an addition to the line. We have worked closely together with the House of R?my Cointreau and developed a fusion truffle to the line – the Dark Velvet Cointreau.’

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