Posted on Aug. 28, 2009
Derek and Amanda try two varieties of Milka in this episode.
Compared to the Hazelnut, the Alpine Milk seems to have more of an Easter Egg taste. Watch to find out more about these tasty chocolates.
Milka was created in 1901 by Swiss chocolatier Philippe Suchard. Suchard was an independent company for many years, but after a couple of mergers Kraft aquired the majority of the company (then known as Jacobs Suchard) in 1990.
Today, the chocolate is produced at a number of locations, including Lörrach (Germany), Bludenz (Austria), Belgrade (Serbia), Svoge (Bulgaria), Bratislava (Slovakia), Braşov (Romania), Costa Rica, Curitiba (Brazil), Jankowice (Poland) and Trostyanets (Ukraine), and most recently Belgium.
Milka – Purchased from World Market in Fort Worth, Texas
This episode was recorded in Sydney, Australia.
Recorded in PAL 1080i (yeah, I know: fail) which outputs HDV (1440×1080) @ 25fps.
Edited in 1080i @ 30 fps and exported to 1080p @ 30 fps.