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Lindt is a company that produces Lindor chocolate.

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Lindor is a type of chocolate produced by Lindt, which has a hard chocolate shell with a liquid chocolate filling. It comes in both a ball and bar variety as well as in a variety of flavors. Each flavor has a corresponding color.

  • Yellow/White
    • White Chocolate
  • Red
    • Milk Chocolate
  • Blue
    • Dark Chocolate
  • Black
    • Extra Dark (60% cocoa outside and dark chocolate filling)
  • Pink
    • Raspberry
  • Green
    • Mint
    • Milk Mint
  • Black with green
    • Dark Peppermint
  • Orange
    • Orange
  • Brown
    • Hazelnut
  • Brown and Gold (with print 'St Moritz')
    • Milk chocolate shell filled with sugared hazelnut chunks[3]
  • Light Brown (with print 'Peanut Butter')
    • Peanut Butter
  • Dark Brown (with print 'Café')
    • Mocha
  • Light Blue
    • Stracciatella: white chocolate shell with cocoa pieces with a smooth white filling
  • Gold with blue
    • Cinnamon
  • Dark Green with red
    • Peppermint
  • Black with ghosts, white and blue snowmen, lime green with pink, purple, and yellow flowers and some butterflies, lime green with white and yellow flowers, or red with hearts
    • Milk outside with smooth white filling (seasonal flavour)
  • Purple/Pink with roses.
    • Milk chocolate outside with smooth dark chocolate, sugared hazelnut chunks, and rice krispies filling.
  • Light pink
    • Irish cream
  • Purple
    • Ameretto


Lindt also makes an Easter-themed chocolate called Gold Bunny, a hollow milk chocolate bunny. They wear red ribbons while dark chocolate bunnies wear brown and white chocolate bunnies wear white. The Christmas counterpart is in the form of a hollow reindeer or hollow teddy bear, usually only in milk chocolate.

They also make chocolates that look like carrots, chicks, lambs, frogs and pigs.

In addition, seasonal Lindor chocolates include:

  • Green, white and red: Peppermint Cookie. Milk chocolate with peppermint candy chips and a milk chocolate center with crumbled dark chocolate cookie pieces[1]
  • White and red: Peppermint. White chocolate with peppermint candy chips and a white chocolate peppermint filling[2]
  • Brown, bronze and gold: Gingerbread. Milk chocolate with a gingerbread flavoured milk chocolate Center with crumbled gingerbread cookie pieces[3]

Block Chocolates

  • Mint intense: dark chocolate infused with mint
  • Orange intense: dark chocolate infused with orange essence and almond flakes
  • White Coconut: white chocolate with crisp flakes of fine coconut.
  • Almond: white chocolate with whole roasted almonds and caramelised almond pieces
  • Poire intense: pear flavoured chocolate with almond flakes
  • Cherry intense
  • Regular dark chocolate: available in 50%, 60%, 70%, 85%, 90% or 99% cocoa varieties
  • Extra creamy: milk chocolate
  • Toffee crunch: crunchy toffee bits wrapped in milk chocolate
  • Caramel crunchy: studded with crunchy caramel
  • Lindor: the famous balls but in cube form
  • Pistachio: a creamy pistachio filling in milk chocolate
  • Mandarin: a creamy mandarin filling in milk chocolate
  • Strawberry: a creamy white chocolate strawberry filling in milk chocolate
  • Strawberry margarita: 'capsule' form with strawberry and margurita filling
  • Orange: a creamy orange flavoured filling in milk chocolate
  • Cuba: 55% cocoa, single origin Cuba
  • Madagascar: 70% cocoa, single origin Madagascar
  • Ecuador: 75% cocoa, single origin Ecuador
  • Vanilla: White chocolate with vanilla bean
  • Coffee
  • Chili: a 70% cocoa dark chocolate with red chili extract
  • Raspberry Intense Dark: dark chocolate with pieces of raspberries and almond slivers
  • A touch of sea salt: dark chocolate seasoned with sea salt

More Information

  1. Lindt Australia. “Peppermint Cookie Lindor”. Available at [December 18th 2018]
  2. Lindt Australia. “White Peppermint Lindor”. Available at [December 18th, 2018]
  3. Lindt Australia. “Gingerbread Lindor.” Available at [December 18th 2018]