Gloriette largely comes up as Swiss chocolates in perfect packaging and show. But it actually a native brand that quite lives up to the original. Gloriette comes in several flavours - white, dark, bitter. I tried the normal chocolate one. It comes in beautiful gift cones. On opening I found 10 smaller cubes which again had the treasure. The chocolates looked normal. I gulped one. It tasted hard to start with but soon on breaking the outer layer, a mushy, smooth, liquidish, cocoa butter with chocolate solids in between of outstanding cocoa and chocolate was loose! It felt out of the world!
I am hoping to go for the other flavours as well. Almonds, cashews, raisins, vanillin and milk solids. It's a must try for all and also I find it excellent for gift purpose.
Update On May 03, 2010: I thought, I must update you a little with my experience with Gloriette. I have gifted this to many of my known chocolate lovers like me and they were extremely delighted with the quality. It tastes more like good quality, home made chocolate popsicle which takes you back to your childhood days when choc'lates of only a few brands were available but were the best in the world.