Switzerland is one of THE best places to visit in the world and we believe we don’t need to explain you why.
But there is one additional reason that you might find inspiring and ‘sweet’ enough to make plans to visit Switzerland – chocolate snow.
Residents of a Swiss town got an unusual surprise when they found it ‘snowing chocolate’. All thanks to a fault in the ventilation system of a Lindt chocolate factory in the area.
The fault resulted in fragments of crushed cocoa called “cocoa nibs” move out of the ventilation system and mix with wind and rainwater to fall as chocolate in the vicinity.
Though the malfunction was repaired, several pictures that were shared on social media showed the amazing experience it must have been.
Los fuertes vientos se encargaron de esparcir las partículas de cacao de la compañía Lindt & Spruengli, que de acuerdo con autoridades ambientales, son inofensivas para el medio ambiente y humanos. pic.twitter.com/n21pcO6vOy— 24 Morelos (#QuédateEnCasa 🏡) (@24_morelos) August 19, 2020
A fine 'Only in Switzerland' moment pic.twitter.com/y3fDlNiMn1— Sabruness (@Sabruness00) August 19, 2020
Take me to Switzerland