Reproduction Schokakola stickers on modern package, to complete the historical look that were used during World War II.
Scho-ka-kola (full name Schokolade-Kaffee-Kolanuss) is a brand of German energy chocolates produced by the Berlin company Hildebrand, Kakao- und Schokoladenfabrik.
Today's chocolate chocolate is divided between two variants, bitter (red) and milk (blue) chocolate. But during WW2 there were several types of chocolates, but the most important types also hurt two, namely the common scho-ka-kola and DRK chocolates.
The difference between the chocolates was that the DRK (Deutsche rote kreuz) Scho-ka-kola did not contain caffeine, which could cause problems with the need for surgery during the soldier's convalescence due to the accelerated blood flow.
Stickers can be used on modern scho-ka-kola can. Instructions for sticking are in the BLOG .