At Universal Orlando Resort, New Dark Chocolate Frogs Unveiled

It’s an age-old argument. Milk chocolate or dark chocolate: which is better? Potterheads can have their opinion about the most recognizable confectionery in the wizarding realm. According to WDW News Today, Universal Orlando Resort now sells dark chocolate-covered Chocolate Frogs.

In Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, Chocolate Frogs and the cards that go with them play an essential role in the plot. References to them appear throughout the book until Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, where Albus Dumbledore’s Chocolate Frog card is given more context about his fight with Grindelwald.

The numerous types of Chocolate Frogs can be differentiated by the colors on the package, just as in other candy brands. The new dark chocolate Chocolate Frogs feature a rose gold accent, while the milk chocolate Chocolate Frogs have gold borders and text. It’s not quite a Ravenclaw bronze color, but there’s enough difference in tint to notice.

Milk or Dark Chocolate Frog costs $13 right now, and buyers can get three Chocolate Frogs for $33 if they buy three. Is that a fair price for each Chocolate Frog weighing 5.3 ounces? Each Chocolate Frog costs $11 when purchased as part of a set of three. Is it worth it? We’re not sure if Professor Remus Lupin could afford such a treat despite his well-known fondness for chocolate. Let us know what you believe the pricing of a Chocolate Frog (milk or dark) should be in the comments.

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