Waking up in Switzerland on a snowy morning is only a dream for many of us right now. Now add in a chocolatey-rainy-snow storm and you have hit a whole new level of fantasy.
For residents in Olten, Switzerland, this was their reality.
According to Associated Press “the Lindt & Spruengli company confirmed local reports Tuesday that there was a minor defect in the cooling ventilation for a line for roasted “cocoa nibs” in its factory in Olten, between Zurich and Basel.“
The malfunction, along with strong winds, caused cocoa powder to seemingly rain down on the streets Friday morning.
The thin layer of chocolate landed on cars, windows and houses.
The Lindt & Spruengli company offered to clean up the mess caused by the chocolate powder.
Surprisingly, no one says they require this cleaning service just yet…