Literary Chocolate (in Theory)

Just for Fun: Some Literary Characters' Favorite Chocolate (blog post by Brenna Pierson) | www.authorbrennapierson.wordpress.com

If some of the most beloved fictional characters lived in this day and age, what would their favorite kind of chocolate be?

It is only fair that we take a guess as to which types of today’s chocolate seven of the greatest characters might like if they were roaming our world today.

Count Dracula: Ghirardelli Squares With Raspberry

Literary Characters' Potential Favorite Chocolate: Dracula=Ghirardelli Raspberry Squares | www.authorbrennapierson.wordpress.comNaturally, anything oozing with red liquid would appeal to a vampire. These chocolates also boast a dark chocolate exterior, adding a certain decadent nature to these chocolate squares.

 

Orpheus: Mozart Chocolate

Literary Characters' Potential Favorite Chocolate: Orpheus=Mozart Chocolate | www.authorbrennapierson.wordpress.com

Being a musician, Orpheus would especially appreciate any chocolate with Mozart’s likeness as part of the wrapper.

 

 

Scrooge: Chocolate Coins

Literary Characters' Potential Favorite Chocolate: Scrooge=Chocolate Coins | www.authorbrennapierson.wordpress.com

This one’s pretty self-explanatory, as anything resembling money would catch Scrooge’s eye.

 

Frodo: Meiji Chocorooms

Literary Characters' Potential Favorite Chocolate: Frodo=Meiji Chocorooms | www.authorbrennapierson.wordpress.comThese unique-shaped pieces resembling all the hobbits’ favorite food would certainly be among Frodo’s favorites.

 

Winnie the Pooh: Chao Gourment Dark Chocolate Honeycomb

Literary Characters' Potential Favorite Chocolate: Winnie the Pooh=Honeycomb Chocolate | www.authorbrennapierson.wordpress.comHoneycomb and chocolate? How could Pooh resist? The fun, positive words on each piece would also make him happy.

 

King Arthur: Cadbury Chocolate

Literary Characters' Potential Favorite Chocolate: King Arthur=Cadbury Chocolate | www.authorbrennapierson.wordpress.comHaving its origins in Europe, Cadbury would certainly be the chocolate of choice for King Arthur.

 

Dorian Gray: Guylian Seashells

Literary Characters' Potential Favorite Chocolate: Dorian Gray=Chocolate Seashells | www.authorbrennapierson.wordpress.comSome of the most rich-tasting and aesthetically pleasant chocolate would be at the top of Dorian Gray’s list—and that equals Guylian chocolate.

 

Bonus
Yoda: Dagoba Chocolate

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Okay, Yoda isn’t a literary character necessarily, but he is a fictional character—and how could one not think of Yoda’s home of Dagobah when seeing this chocolate?

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And for one of my characters, Archaeologist Anna Purgitt: Toblerone

Literary Characters' Potential Favorite Chocolate | www.authorbrennapierson.wordpress.comThe pyramid structure of Toblerone is sure to attract the attention of any archaeologist.

*Anna Purgitt is featured in the short story, “Revvel’s Tomb.”

Packaging for These Characters’ Favorite Chocolates

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