Describe a chocolate you didn’t like IELTS Cue Card

IELTS Speaking Part 2: IELTS Cue Card

Describe a chocolate you didn’t like.

You should say:

What it was?
When you tasted it?
How it tasted like?
And explain why you didn’t like it?

Note: You will have to talk about the topic for one to two minutes. You have one minute to think about what you are going to say. You can make some notes to help you if you wish.

Model Answers and follow up questions to describe a chocolate you didn’t like IELTS Cue Card:

Model Answer:

Introduction:
Well, chocolates are my all-time favorite, and I like almost every type of chocolate.

What it was?
But here I would like to talk about a time when I didn’t like the chocolate at all that I had. 

When you tasted it?
Actually, my uncle lives in the US and was visiting us, and during this time, he brought me a huge box of chocolate wrapped in silver. As soon as he left, I got super excited to open the box and to eat the American chocolates that I was yearning for. 

Why didn’t you like chocolate?
However, my excitement turned into disappointment as the chocolates were China-made as the box had Chinese all over it, and at this point, I realized my uncle had purchased this chocolate box from a two-dollar Chinese shop rather than from a chocolate boutique in America. 

How it tasted like? And explain why you didn’t like it?
When I unwrapped the chocolate, I got furious as it was a white Chocolate, the only type of chocolate I do not like as it really doesn’t taste like chocolate at all. When I had a bite, there were no nuts as shown on the label, which was quite unacceptable. To make the taste worst, there were orange jellies that had nothing to do with chocolate. 

Since I could not withstand the taste of the chocolate anymore, I decided to gift it to my friends, but you won’t believe my friends too didn’t like the taste of the chocolates at all, and the chocolate ended up in the dustbin, and infact my friend’s also made fun of me when they got to know that these were American chocolates gifted by my uncle.

Conclusion:
Overall, it was the time I had chocolate that I didn’t like at all. 

Model Answer 2:

Introduction:

  • I absolutely love eating chocolates, and I also love to try different varieties of chocolates.
  • Some of my favourite chocolates include, Milk chocolates, dark chocolates and coconut chocolates.
  • I think it is very rare that someone can dislike something like chocolate, which is loved by everyone in the world, be it a young kid or a 60-year-old person.

What it was?

  • However, I remember one such occasion when I tried a new type of chocolate and I hated that experience.

When you tasted it?

  • It was almost 3 years back, during the summers.
  • My vacations had just started and one of my uncle’s came to visit us from Canada.
  • He brought along many gifts for us and also some chocolates which were not available in India at that time.
  • The chocolate that I didn’t like was a chili flavoured dark chocolate.
  • The outside packaging was black in color and it had the picture of a red chili.
  • I had never heard of this chocolate brand before and was really excited to try it.

How it tasted like? And explain why you didn’t like it?

  • I thought the chocolate would we mostly sweet with a hint of chili in it but when I had the first bite it felt very hot on my tongue and I immediately asked for some water.
  • Contrary to my imagination the chocolate was too spicy and completely bitter.
  • It did not taste sweet at all.
  • For a moment, I thought that my uncle had played a prank on me, but then he told me that it is an acquired taste and not everyone likes it for the first time.
  • He said if I eat it 5-10 times I may develop a liking for it, but I still don’t like this chocolate.

Conclusion:

  • I had shared this chocolate with some of my friends, even they didn’t like the taste of it.
  • The chocolate is available in India now, it’s a very expensive chocolate, costs about Rs 500 for just 100 grams of it.
  • I don’t recommend this chocolate to anyone.

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Describe a chocolate you didn’t like IELTS Cue Card

Describe a chocolate you didn't like IELTS Cue Card

Introduction:
Well, chocolates are my all-time favorite, and I like almost every type of chocolate.
What it was?
But here I would like to talk about a time when I didn’t like the chocolate at all that I had. 
When you tasted it?
Actually, my uncle lives in the US and was visiting us, and during this time, he brought me a huge box of chocolate wrapped in silver. As soon as he left, I got super excited to open the box and to eat the American chocolates that I was yearning for. 
Why didn’t you like chocolate?
However, my excitement turned into disappointment as the chocolates were China-made as the box had Chinese all over it, and at this point, I realized my uncle had purchased this chocolate box from a two-dollar Chinese shop rather than from a chocolate boutique in America. 
How it tasted like? And explain why you didn’t like it?
When I unwrapped the chocolate, I got furious as it was a white Chocolate, the only type of chocolate I do not like as it really doesn’t taste like chocolate at all. When I had a bite, there were no nuts as shown on the label, which was quite unacceptable. To make the taste worst, there were orange jellies that had nothing to do with chocolate. 
Since I could not withstand the taste of the chocolate anymore, I decided to gift it to my friends, but you won’t believe my friends too didn’t like the taste of the chocolates at all, and the chocolate ended up in the dustbin, and infact my friend’s also made fun of me when they got to know that these were American chocolates gifted by my uncle.
Conclusion:
Overall, it was the time I had chocolate that I didn’t like at all.