Milk chocolate is classed as milk chocolate when it contains at least 10% chocolate liquor, 20% milk solids, and 3.7% milk fats. It is generally mixed with vanilla, butter, cocoa, sugar and lecithin. Dark chocolate on the other hand tends to have a lot more chocolate liquor in and that produces a more bitter taste, whilst milk chocolate is smooth and sweet. Obviously both the flavours of milk chocolate and dark chocolate will vary depending upon which brand you buy and a shops own brand for example, will not taste as nice as a leading brand does. More expensive chocolate tends to have a creamier, more luxurious texture to it and a product such as 'Green and Blacks' is one of the best chocolate brands you can buy. Milk chocolate is generally mainly used in chocolate bars but it can also be found in cakes, pastries and in some desserts. Its sweet flavour makes it a popular choice whereas dark chocolate is more of an acquired taste for a lot of people.
Milk chocolate has less chocolate liquor and dark has a lot more... Get it and milk chocolate is not found that much in cakes only in chocolate bars well sometimes it is in the cakes .
I like milk chocolate but I heard that dark chocolate is much more healthy
Milk chocolate is more dairy based, dark chocolate has more cocoa in it.
Dark chocolate taste's richer than milk Chocolate but it depends how you like your chocolate