Scho-ka-Kola, 100 g tin can, wholemilk, 10 pcs box, BLUE
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! The wholemilk version isn't a wartime product, but a modern, sweeter alternative to the classic.
Note: the cardboard box may or may not be included. It all depends on the position of the stars and the moon and what else.
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.
Some numbers and facts:
Bittersweet chocolate (cocoa 23,3 % min.), with coffee and cola-nut powder. Ingredients: cocoa mass, sugar, cocoa butter, coffee (2,6 %), whole milk powder, cola-nut powder (1,6 %), emulsifiers sunflower lecithin + E 476, flavour. May contain traces of hazelnuts, almonds and gluten.
|Nutrition facts||Per 100 g||Per piece|
|Energy||2,304 kj (553 kcal)||144 kj (35 kcal)|
|Protein||6,8 g||0,5 g|
|Total Carbs||52,4 g||3,3 g|
|Total fat||34,2 g||2,2 g|
4 pieces of Scho-Ka-Kola contain about as much caffeine as a strong espresso. Use with discretion. Really.
Made in Germany.
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Scho-Ka-Kola, 100 g tin can, wholemilk, BLUE
Scho-Ka-Kola, 100 g tin can, dark, RED
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Antto K. 21.03.2017
Jake L. 27.04.2017
Joseph C. 01.05.2017
Zachary B. 06.05.2017
Jiri M. 23.12.2017
David F. 20.01.2018
John D. 21.01.2018
I made those 2 tins last almost 6 months. The chocolate is the best I've ever tasted.
The tins are great for carrying things in your pack. Fire kit, sewing kit, small 1st aid, let your imagination go wild. Better yet, eat 3 pcs and you will have way more ideas of how to use the tin.
Hayden H. 11.07.2018 (Edited 18.07.2018)
Zachary B. 22.11.2018
My only other issue is that in the USA southeast, it WILL melt, and fast. It's basically only usable from mid October to maybe March if you intend to use it outdoors or in a vehicle.
Just keep that in mind, it's really cool for what it is and the tins are excellent. I still use tins I got over a year ago and they keep a good seal for bits and bobs like fire starting kits, sewing kits, medicine, etc.
Andrew S. 13.02.2019
Connor H. 26.02.2019 (Edited 27.02.2019)
Mark L. 11.06.2019 (Edited 11.06.2019)
Stuart E. 20.08.2019