1. Scent TestGood quality chocolates tend to have a unique aroma of their own. Take the chocolate and put it in the refrigerator for some time along with other foods. Allow the chocolate to freeze for a longer period of time. Take it out after some time and check if the other item's smell is in the chocolate. If it's there, then the chocolate is made up of low quality ingredients and if the food item's scent is not their present, then it's said to be a high quality chocolate.
2. Sound Test
The chocolate always tries to communicate with you while you're eating it. Yes, it sounds odd but if you're a professional eater, then you'll be able to catch all the clues. The gorgeous bar has a typical sound when it breaks. If there is a clean yet subtle sound when it breaks, then it means that it's a high quality chocolate. However, if you find little crumbles along with a flat sound, then it's said to be a low quality chocolate.
3. Taste Test
Your taste buds can help you out in checking the texture of the chocolates. High quality chocolates tend to melt in the mouth and are quite velvety and smooth in texture. However, if the chocolate has a grainy texture and doesn't easily melts in the mouth then there are chances of it being a low quality chocolate.
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