Describe chocolate you didn’t like - IELTS Speaking cue card

Describe a chocolate you didn’t like - IELTS Speaking cue card

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2023-12-11

Describe a chocolate you didn’t like

Overview

"Describe a Chocolate You Didn't Like" is one of the most common IELTS speaking cue card topics in the IELTS speaking exam. Candidates will be given one minute to prepare for the exam and two minutes to discuss it. Candidates can take notes if they feel they will forget the answers.

Many students, however, struggle to answer these types of IELTS speaking cue card questions. As a result, in this blog, we have included some sample answers to help you understand the way in which you should answer these types of questions. So, let's get started with the blog!

Describe A chocolate you didn't like cue card - sample Answer 1

Introduction

I am really fond of chocolates and enjoy experimenting with different types of chocolate. I believe it is really rare for someone to despise something as tasty as chocolate, which everyone on the planet enjoys, whether they are young or old.

 

What was it?

However, I recall one such incident when I tried a new sort of chocolate and disliked it. It happened about two years ago, during the summer vacation.

 

When you tasted it?

My vacation had scarcely begun when one of my uncles arrived from Switzerland. He bought us various gifts, including some chocolates that were not available in India at the time. The chocolate I didn't like was a bar of dark chocolate with pineapple flavouring. The exterior box was black in colour and featured a pineapple image. I'd never heard of this chocolate company before and was eager to test it.

 

What does it taste like?

I expected the chocolate to be largely sweet with a tinge of pineapple, but the first bite tasted very pathetic, and I immediately requested some water. Contrary to my expectations, the chocolate was quite bitter, pungent and not palatable.

 

Explain why you didn’t like it?

The chocolate was not at all sweet. For a while, I thought my uncle had pulled a joke on me, but then he explained that it is an acquired taste and that not everyone enjoys it the first time they try it. He stated if I ate it 5-10 times, I might start liking it, but I still don't like this chocolate.

 

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Describe A chocolate you didn't Like cue card - sample Answer 2

Introduction

I'm not a big fan of chocolate, although I've tried a lot of different kinds. I'd like to share my experience with a chocolate that didn't suit my taste.

 

What was it?

It was a white chocolate truffle filled with lemon.

 

When you tasted it?

I initially tried it around six months ago during a family gathering with my relatives. The chocolate looked nice, with a clean white shell and a tinge of yellow from the lemon inside. However, the flavour was underwhelming.

 

What does it taste like?

White chocolate and lemon combined to create a delightfully sweet and tart flavour clashed instead of complementing each other. The combination didn't go well together and left me with a nasty aftertaste.

 

Explain why you didn’t like it?

To be honest, I didn’t enjoy this chocolate, mainly due to the conflicting flavours. White chocolate is typically sweet, while lemon is tart and zesty, and the contrast between them was too pronounced for my liking. I found the white chocolate and lemon combination to be too sweet and sour, and consequently, I found it difficult to finish it.

Describe A chocolate you didn't like Cue Card - sample Answer 3

Introduction

It's difficult to say no to chocolate. Everyone enjoys trying chocolate in different flavours. Chocolates are given out on special events and celebrations, and happiness is shared with affection. The bulk of chocolates are produced by well-known companies such as Mars, Cadbury, Nestle, Amul, Parle, Lindt, and others. Here, I'm going to tell you about a chocolate that I didn't like.

 

What was it?/ When you tasted it?

This chocolate was dreadful in taste and came from an unknown brand. It was a milk flavoured chocolate. This one was purchased for my cousin's birthday by a buddy. To be shared with friends and neighbours. Actually, I don't eat much chocolate, but that day, I tried it and discovered that chocolate may taste horrible.

 

What does it taste like?/ Explain why you didn’t like it?

Forget about the flavour. Its white colour did not appeal to me. It was looking so drab. I know that tasting chocolate without cocoa powder is like tasting something sweet. However, it didn't feel like chocolate. If I don't like it, how will the kids? It was not at all tasty and was a little bitter. Because not all chocolates are like this, I quickly asked my cousin to change it and get another one. Moreover. I was aware that some chocolates are liked mainly due to their little sour or tangy flavour. But this one was terrible. 

Describe A chocolate Cue Card - IELTS Speaking Part 3 Follow-up Questions

Question: Do children like to eat chocolates with different flavours?

Answer: Yes, children enjoy eating chocolates of various flavours. Chocolate is a popular choice for children of all ages since they are naturally drawn to sweet and delicious items. Different chocolate flavours can also be a fun way to explore and discover new favourites.

 

Question: Can you describe some popular flavours of chocolate?

Answer: To be honest, companies currently introduce a wide range of chocolates due to competitiveness. However, some of the popular flavours include milky chocolate, dark chocolate, semisweet chocolate, and coconut chocolate.

 

Question: What are some products that are made of chocolate?

Answer: In our country, India, many goods with various flavours have chocolate as the major ingredient. Drinks, cakes, ice cream, chocolate bars in multiple flavours, nuts, fruits, etc. We are unable to identify a specific product. We enjoy experimenting with new flavours.

 

Question: Which are the most popular flavours people like in your country?

Answer: There are so many flavours that we cannot count or name them all, but some popular flavours include coconut, blueberry, and red velvet.

 

Question: Do people like chocolate cakes?

Answer: Yes, chocolate cakes are famous right now, and they come in various chocolate flavours, such as white, red velvet, and dark. Teenagers and youngsters, on the other hand, prefer chocolate dips and black forest cakes. On the other hand, some seniors dislike the dark chocolate flavour because they find it bitter.

 

Question: Is it difficult to make chocolate at home?

Answer: Making simple chocolate dishes at home, such as chocolate bars or simple truffles, is reasonably straightforward with the correct ingredients and equipment, but mastering sophisticated chocolate confections can be difficult and requires talent.

 

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Conclusion

Practise all the offered samples for the topic "Describe a chocolate you didn't like," as this is an expected topic in the speaking part 2. Also, remember to craft your own answer for the IELTS speaking exam instead of memorising a few samples.

 

We hope now you have an idea of how to answer the “Describe A Chocolate You Didn't Like” type of cue card questions in your IELTS speaking test. But, still, if you are, if you wanna get further details or would like to prepare for IELTS, then you can contact Prepare IELTS (PI) expert counsellors for further guidance. Our team of education experts is dedicated to providing you with the best test material and guidance to ace the IELTS exam. You can get a one-on-one counselling session and an IELTS online practice test via our platform. Contact us at info@prepareieltsexam.com or call us at +91 9773398388 for further queries.

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