Chocolate in Different Languages

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Chocolate in Different Languages

Everyone loves to receive chocolate from their loved ones. Find out how to say chocolate in different languages, you can impress your beloved and send happy chocolate day wishes in their native language.

Chocolate, the same as love, brings palatableness and joy to our hearts. When life happens, chocolate helps. When it reaches your taste buds, you taste heaven. Every chocolate lover, chocolate addict, chocoholic, or chocolate connoisseur knows that feeling. 

And don't you feel as powerful as a Greek god enjoying ambrosia for the first time? Because that's chocolate. It's so good it becomes addictive, so delicious and creamy it makes you so happy, so pleasing it makes you invincible, so smooth it makes you salivate.

chocolate box

The Cacao Tree or Cocoa Tree "Theobroma Cacao"

Now imagine that the cacao tree or cocoa tree "Theobroma cacao" is a small evergreen tree in the family Malvaceae, native to the deep tropical regions of Mesoamerica. Its seeds, cocoa beans, are used to make chocolate liquor, cocoa solids, cocoa butter, and chocolate.

It was unknown to Europeans until the 16th century. Just imagine that! Sixteen sad centuries with no tasty and addictive chocolate. But soon after the Spanish conquest of the Aztecs, the "conquistadors", chocolate was eventually imported to Europe, and within nearly 100 years, it became famous all over the continent. People loved it. Are You a Chocolate Lover?

Today, scientists have even proved that chocolate is fantastic for you. Besides the apparent release of feel-good endorphins, chocolate contains antioxidants that increase overall cardiovascular health. 

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When is International Chocolate Day?

Chocolate addicts such as you or me love chocolate so much they celebrate its presence every single day. But did you know there are multiple days throughout the year devoted to chocolate? The most generally accepted day is World Chocolate Day on July 7. Still, people further celebrate International Chocolate Day on September 13 (it was the birth date of Milton S. Hershey. The founder of Hershey's Chocolate).

Plus, if you live in the U.S., you'll have even more official days to celebrate various types of tasty chocolate. The U.S. National Confectioners Association made a comprehensive list of candy holidays, including a National Chocolate, Covered Cherry Day in January. In February, a Chocolate Mint Day, a National Chocolate Caramel Day, a National Chocolate-Covered Raisin Day, and even an entire week devoted to American Chocolate in March. And that's just three months into the year. You can imagine how many more "chocolate days" the U.S. has until the end of the year.

chocolate in different languages

Chocolate in Various Languages

Few things unite cultures the same as chocolate does. There's classical music, painting, mathematics, physics, and then there's chocolate. We already established that: everybody loves it. Now, let's see how to say chocolate in different languages, from chocolate in Spanish (chocolate) to chocolate in German (Schokolade) and chocolate in Italian (cioccolato). So, next time you'll visit a new country, you'll know exactly how to ask for chocolate at the store when the cravings hit.

Chocolate Language Translation

  • Afrikaans (af) sjokolade
  • Croatian (hr) čokolada
  • Czech (cz) čokoláda
  • Danish (da) chokolade
  • Dutch (nl) chocolade
  • English (en) chocolate
  • Finnish (fi) suklaa
  • French (fr) chocolat
  • German (de) Schokolade
  • Hungarian (hu) csokoládé
  • Indonesian (id) coklat
  • Italian (it) cioccolato
  • Lithuanian (lt) šokoladas
  • Norwegian (nb) sjokolade
  • Polish (pl) czekolada
  • Portuguese (pt) chocolate
  • Romanian (ro) ciocolată
  • Spanish (es) chocolate
  • Swedish (sv) choklad
  • Turkish (tr) çikolata
  • Vietnamese (vi) sô cô la
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  • Arabic (ar) شوكولاته chocolattah
  • Bengali (bn) চকোলেট cakōlēṭa
  • Bulgarian (bg) шоколад shokolad
  • Chinese (zh) 巧克力 qiǎokèlì
  • Farsi (fa) شکلات shokolaat
  • Greek (el) σοκολάτα sokolata
  • Hebrew (he) שוקולד shokolad
  • Hindi (hi) चॉकलेट cokaleet
  • Japanese (ja) チョコレート chokorēto
  • Korean (ko) 초콜릿 chokolid
  • Russian (ru) шоколад shokolad
  • Thai (th) ช็อกโกแลต chók-goh-láet
  • Ukrainian (ua) шоколад shokolad

Life is just like a box of different types of chocolates – some are milky, some are nutty, and some are crunchy. So, if you want to make your sweetheart’s life all delicious, then gift her a stunningly packed chocolate box with a sweet love message. Charm your loved ones with your heart-touching feelings by describing them in their local language.

different chocolate

How Many Types of Chocolate Are There?

There are three main types of chocolate

  • White chocolate
  • Milk chocolate
  • Dark chocolate. 

Everyone has their personal, go-to flavor. 

dark chocolate

The Best Dark Chocolate For Keto Followers

While being on a ketogenic diet does not mean you can’t have chocolate. Well, we have compiled a list of 5 keto-friendly dark chocolate that you can eat safely without compromising on your keto diet plan.

Make Your Own Healthy Keto Chocolate!

You may not always have the option of heading down to the store whenever you feel a yearning coming on; however, store-bought chocolate often contains less-than-appealing ingredients, such as added sugar colorants and preservatives. Fortunately, it’s easy to make your own delicious, keto-friendly all-natural chocolate at home using a few healthy ingredients.

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