chocolat au caramel

AACO

Member
FRANCE - FRENCH
hi, I'd like to translate "chocolat au caramel", I though of: "caramel chocolat", but I don't know if it's correct!

Thanks a lot
 
  • AACO

    Member
    FRANCE - FRENCH
    I think "caramel with chocolate" would mean that I eat caramel and chocolate..But "caramel chocolate" is probably what I'm looking for, because it is chocolate with caramel inside!
     

    wynne

    Member
    Québécois, Canadian English
    Just to clarify - are you eating chocolate that has caramel inside it? If so, "chocolate with caramel [inside]" makes sense.

    "Caramel chocolate" implies that you are eating caramel-flavoured chocolate. (Like mint- or orange-flavoured chocolate.)
     
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