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Can anyone make a recommendation for a chocolate candy bar that does not melt in high temperatures (say 50 degrees Celsius or so)? I've recently arrived in a location where normal Hershey bars don't last for more than a few minutes. Ideally, I would like something that can stay firm in a pack or pocket, but be soft enough to eat and taste decent.

As a kid (during Desert Storm), I remember special Desert Bars. Is anything similar available now?

asked Sep 02 '13 at 20:20

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Try Carlos VI bars. You can find them at Mexican groceries. They remind me of the survival chocolate in scout dehydrated food packs. I think that they are made to take the heat of Mexico without refrigeration.


answered Nov 25 '13 at 05:46

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First thought is German SchoKaKola, sort of energy chocolate that comes in a tin, which would be less messy.


answered Sep 03 '13 at 07:36

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