The Cailler Frigor. Is there anyone in Switzerland who doesn't know you? In its unmistakable red packaging, with its unique taste? It's not just crunchy on the outside, it's flavorful on the inside. You could celebrate her forever, but we're doing it right now - because this year she'll be 100!
The particularly creamy milk chocolate was developed in 1923 by the maitre confectioner Charles Panchaud on behalf of the company boss Noel Cailler. In 1923 the company was called Peter-Cailler-Kohler - only in the year of the global economic crisis in 1929 did the merger with Nestlé take place.
After "Cremor", Frigor was the second filled chocolate bar in the world, but the oldest, which has been available since 1987. This means that Frigor is the only filled chocolate that has been produced for 100 years. Incidentally, the name Frigor comes from the two French words "frais" and "or" together (in English: "fresh" and "gold").
The first packaging was replaced just a few years later - the wife of the company manager came back one day from a trip to Asia and put her scarf on a Frigor can - inspired by this sight, the typical packaging was created, which we still know today and which makes Frigor so unmistakable .
If you really don't know the taste yet: bite gently on a milk chocolate bar and then you have the impression that you have nibbled on mousse au chocolat from a full pot.....
So - just order Cailler Frigor and off we go. Lots of enjoyment.