Al Nassma prides itself on being the world's first chocolate made with camel's milk. The chocolate itself gets its name from a phrase of the same name that means "a cool breeze cuts through the heat of the desert," which makes sense knowing that the product was inspired during a trip to the hot Persian Gulf region.
As well as featuring camel's milk and cocoa beans as main ingredients, Al Nassma is enriched with the exotic tastes of bourbon vanilla, cardamom and honey. The camel milk chocolates are offered in the form of bars, small squares, as well as novelty camel-shaped forms.
Big brands and mainstream grocery stores are now supporting the diversification of traditional dairy products by offering alternative products made with milk from sheep, goats and other animals.
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