Ragusa Noir is a chocolate confection made from 60% cocoa and praline cream filling with whole hazelnuts.
Fun fact: There is a town in Sicily called Ragusa, but the name for the famous Swiss chocolate comes from the town of Dubvronik in Croatia, that in former times was called Ragusa. Invented was the chocolate bar in 1942 by Mr Camille Bloch, who created the recipe in time of need. As cocoa was difficult to obtain during World War II, Camille Bloch decided to fill the fine chocolate shell with a paste of ground hazelnuts to which he also added whole nuts. This led to the sweet temptation that you will now find at each Swiss kiosk and in our store.25g mini barProduct of Switzerland