Not only do they go out of their way to mold melted chocolate into the shape of espresso beans, but when asked directly if the product is chocolate-covered espresso beans or simply super expensive espresso bean-shaped chocolate, they lie to your face about it.
I understand that this economy is rough and that it's not easy being a traditional baker these days, competing with one-stop-shop mania and in-house supermarket bakeries, but this is unacceptable. When a company must counterfeit goods and lie to consumers just to ensure a €6 purchase, what other frauds are they willing to commit?
Where do they draw the line on drawing the wool over their customers' eyes?? I can't say, but I can say my trust in them is gone. Good luck, Arcener Bakhuys and remember — what would Jesus do? (Hint: Probably not lie about beans for profit.)