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Black Magic (chocolates)

In this article, we want to explore the topic of Black Magic (chocolates) and delve into its importance in today's society. Black Magic (chocolates) is a concept that has captured the attention of many people in recent years, and its relevance extends to different areas of daily life. From its impact on mental health to its influence in the workplace, Black Magic (chocolates) has proven to play a significant role in the way we face the challenges and opportunities that arise in our daily lives. Through this article, we will seek to analyze different perspectives on Black Magic (chocolates) and its impact on our society, offering a detailed analysis that invites reflection and debate on this currently crucial topic.

Black Magic
Product typeChocolate
OwnerNestlé
CountryU.K.
Introduced1933 (1933)
Previous ownersRowntree's
Websitenestle.co.uk/blackmagic

Black Magic is a British brand of boxed chocolates originally created by Rowntree's in 1933. Sold as an affordable version of an (at that time) otherwise very expensive luxury product, they were marketed as a courtship gift. In the 1970s, the brand was advertised using the slogan "Who knows the secret of the Black Magic box?" The brand is now owned by Nestlé.

Christopher Gunning wrote the music for the iconic series of advertisements that ran on British television from 1971 well into the 1980s.

Current selection

  • Almond Crunch
  • Raspberry Heaven
  • Dreamy Fudge
  • Hazelnut Swirl
  • Orange Sensation
  • Caramel Heart
  • Coffee Crescent
  • Pure Black Magic
  • Midnight Truffle

See also

References

  1. ^ a b "Vintage adverts show history of Black Magic chocolates". The Telegraph. 21 August 2013. Retrieved 19 September 2016.
  2. ^ Sayid, Ruki (20 August 2013). "Secrets of Black Magic chocolate box revealed in fascinating archive". The Mirror. Retrieved 19 September 2016.
  3. ^ Black Magic Chocolates TV commercial, 1984

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