Turboline chocolate

Tourmaline is an extremely versatile gemstone, due to its great diversity of colors and tones. There is a color and shade of tourmaline to suit every taste and skin tone. When designing tourmaline jewelry, the preferred color can be first considered. Tourmaline jewelry can be vivid and striking or subtle and understated. Intense pink tourmaline, emerald green and Paraiba tourmaline gemstones are often accented with diamonds in rings by Chopard, Chanel, Dior and Cartier. Both white and yellow precious metal settings are equally stunning. Tourmalines make beautiful central stones and are often available in large, affordable sizes. Smooth, unfaceted tourmaline beads are used in tribal-style jewelry and wire-wrapping. Tourmaline is perfectly suitable for tough everyday-wearing tourmaline gemstone rings , and fashion jewelry too, including bracelets, pendants, earrings and brooches. Additionally, men's jewelry can be fashioned from the more masculine-hued gemstones.

Toblerone ( / ˈ t oʊ b l ər oʊ n / ; German: [tobləˈroːnə] ) is a Swiss chocolate bar brand [1] currently owned by US confectionery company Mondelēz International, Inc. , which was formerly Kraft Foods , the company that acquired the product from former owner Jacobs Suchard in 1990. It is produced in the capital city of Switzerland, Bern , [2] and the bear symbol of the city is still visible in the logo. Toblerone is known for its distinctive shape, which involves a series of joined triangular prisms .

Turboline chocolate

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