- Scho Ka Kola Energy Chocolate 100g Bitter
- High level of Caffeine constretation
- High nutritional value
- Cocoa mass and butter
- Roasted coffee (2.6%)
- Whole milk powder
- Metal container
- Expiry Date: 10/2019
Dark, bitter and strong chocolate. During WW2, Scho-Ka-Kola was a part of the aviator iron ration, and was widely issued alongside normal food distribution to the army. One can find mentions in contemporary soldiers' diaries of how they would despair at being issued Scho-Ka-Kola, since it invariably meant impending trouble.
This stuff in identically-shaped tins has kept the Germans awake since the 30's. Scho-Ka-Kola is chocolate with lots of caffeine, essentially a mild combat drug in other words! It contains 2.6% caffeine to stop the eater from falling asleep and prevent fatigue.
4 pieces of Scho-Ka-Kola contain about as much caffeine as a strong espresso.
The Red Tin Dark Chocolate offers 58 % cocoa content. Each of the 16 wedges contains only 2 grams of sugar, 35 calories and 16mg of naturally occurring caffeine. In contrast, a fluid oz. of the most popular energy drink contains about 10 mg of added caffeine powder.
Nutritional values per 100 g:
Energy kJ/kcal: 2177/523
Protein 7,3 gr
Carbohydrates: 43,4 gr
Fat: 35,5 gr
Caffeine: 200 mg
Ingredients: cocoa mass, sugar, cocoa butter, coffee (2,6%), whole milk powder, cola-nut powder (1,6%), emulsifiers soy lecithin + E 476, flavour. May contain traces of hazelnuts, almonds and gluten.