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210, 105, 30
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Cinnamon
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in RAL Classic:
RAL 2010
in RAL Design:
RAL 050 50 78
in RAL Effect:
RAL 360-3
What color is Chocolate? What are the examples of Chocolate color in life? What strange or uncommon things can be of the Chocolate color?
2023-05-17 Snargl 5 minutes 42 seconds
# General # Imagination # Design

What color is Chocolate?

Chocolate cake with a chocolate frosting and sprinkles on a table with confetti
Woman with a crown on her head and a building in the background with a clock tower in the distance
Man with a sword in his hand and a demon on his arm
Brown object with a brown background and a brown background with a brown background and a brown background
Chocolate box with a gold emblem on it and a mirror in the background with a gold border around it
Woman in a futuristic outfit with a ponytail
Woman with a large headdress and a large headpiece on her head and arms

Chocolate is a color that resembles the most common type of chocolate, milk chocolate.

It is a shade of brown with a warm, reddish hue and a medium saturation.

Chocolate is also known as cocoa brown, light chocolate, or cinnamon.

The color chocolate is named after the food product made from roasted and ground cacao seeds, which has a rich, brown color and a sweet, aromatic flavor.

Chocolate is a popular color for food, clothing, furniture, and cosmetics.

It is often associated with indulgence, comfort, warmth, and earthiness.

Example of the palette with the Chocolate color

Picture with primary colors of Cadet grey, Charcoal, Smoky black, Chocolate and Bisque
Top 5 color shades of the illustration. Arranged in descending order of frequency of occurrence (first - more often, last - more rare).
See these colors in NCS, PANTONE, RAL palettes...
NCS (Natural Color System)
NCS S 3010-B70G
NCS S 7005-R80B
NCS S 9000-N
NCS S 2060-Y40R
NCS S 0515-Y40R
RAL Classic
RAL 7001
RAL 7026
RAL 9005
RAL 2010
RAL 1013
RAL Design
RAL 180 70 10
RAL 200 30 05
RAL 170 20 20
RAL 050 50 78
RAL 070 90 20
RAL Effect
RAL 180-M
RAL 750-6
RAL 790-5
RAL 360-3
RAL 140-3
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What are the examples of Chocolate color in life?

Man with glasses and a beard wearing a suit and tie with a tie on it's lapel
Pineapple shaped object with a lot of details on it's surface
Fish with a yellow and black body and a black head and tail
Woman in a gold armor standing in a building with a sword in her hand and a helmet on
Close up of a brown object  and a brown center piece
Black cat with a collar and a tag on it's collar on a couch with a tan background
Bowl of almonds with a spoon on a table next to it
Man in a costume standing in the snow in a city street with buildings and a sky background with a snow - covered roof
Man with a beard and a futuristic look on his face and shoulders
Woman with a fire crown on her head and a fireball in her hand
Man with a beard and a green shirt on a street corner with a lantern in the background
Kitchen with a stove. Color Chocolate.
Man with a chest and chest tattoo standing in front of a window with a clock on it's face. Example of Chocolate color.
Chocolate color. Tiger is in the woods looking at the camera with a sad look on his face and eyes
Sports car driving through a tunnel at night time with lights on the side of it and a bright light coming from the top of the car
Truck driving through a forest filled with trees and rocks on a dirt road with a bright light coming from behind
Chocolate color is a rich, warm shade of brown that resembles the color of the popular sweet treat.

It is often associated with indulgence, comfort, and luxury.

Chocolate color can be found in many aspects of life, such as:
  • Nature: Chocolate color can be seen in various plants, animals, and minerals.
    For example, some types of wood, such as mahogany and walnut, have a chocolate hue.
    Some animals, such as bears, horses, and dogs, also have chocolate-colored fur or skin.
    Chocolate color can also be found in some rocks and gemstones, such as smoky quartz and chocolate opal.

  • Food: Chocolate color is obviously present in chocolate itself, as well as in other foods that contain cocoa or chocolate.
    For example, chocolate cake, brownies, cookies, ice cream, and hot chocolate are all examples of chocolate-colored foods.
    Chocolate color can also be found in some foods that are not related to chocolate, such as coffee, cinnamon, and some types of bread.

  • Fashion: Chocolate color is a popular choice for clothing, accessories, and makeup.
    It is a versatile color that can be paired with many other colors, such as cream, pink, or turquoise.
    It can also create a contrast with lighter or brighter colors, such as white, yellow, or orange.
    Chocolate color can be used to create a cozy, elegant, or sophisticated look, depending on the style and occasion.

  • Art: Chocolate color can be used as a medium or a background for various types of art.
    For example, some artists use chocolate or cocoa powder to create paintings, sculptures, or installations.
    This color can also be used as a base for other colors, such as gold, silver, or copper.
    Chocolate color can also create a mood or a theme for an artwork, such as romance, nostalgia, or decadence.

Example of the palette with the Chocolate color

Picture with primary colors of Bistre, Dark gray, Chocolate, Feldgrau and Pale spring bud
Top 5 color shades of the illustration. Arranged in descending order of frequency of occurrence (first - more often, last - more rare).
See these colors in NCS, PANTONE, RAL palettes...
NCS (Natural Color System)
NCS S 8005-Y20R
NCS S 4000-N
NCS S 2060-Y40R
NCS S 6010-G10Y
NCS S 1010-G80Y
RAL Classic
RAL 3007
RAL 9006
RAL 2010
RAL 7043
RAL 1013
RAL Design
RAL 080 20 10
RAL 140 70 05
RAL 050 50 78
RAL 000 35 00
RAL 090 90 20
RAL Effect
RAL 790-5
RAL 830-2
RAL 360-3
RAL 850-6
RAL 130-5

Example of the palette with the Chocolate color

Picture with primary colors of Chocolate, Smoky black, Pale silver, Dark brown and Light taupe
Top 5 color shades of the illustration. Arranged in descending order of frequency of occurrence (first - more often, last - more rare).
See these colors in NCS, PANTONE, RAL palettes...
RAL Classic
RAL 2010
RAL 9005
RAL 7044
RAL 8011
RAL 1011
RAL Design
RAL 050 50 78
RAL 170 20 20
RAL 100 80 05
RAL 060 30 27
RAL 050 60 30
RAL Effect
RAL 360-3
RAL 790-5
RAL 850-1
RAL 330-4
RAL 310-M
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What strange or uncommon things can be of the Chocolate color?

Painting of oranges on a tree branch with leaves and a building in the background. Color RGB 210,105,30.
Chocolate color example: Shiny metal object with a bright light shining on it's side and a black background
Street with a street light and a street sign on it at night time with a full moon in the sky. Color CMYK 0,50,86,18.
Bowl of fruit with a spoon and spoon in it on a table top with a spoon. Example of CMYK 0,50,86,18 color.
Woman with orange hair and earrings on her head and a black background. Color RGB 210,105,30.
Chocolate is a delicious and popular food that comes in various shades of brown.

However, there are some other things that can have a chocolate color that are not edible or common.

Here are some examples of strange or uncommon things that can be of the chocolate color:
  • Chocolate diamonds: These are natural brown diamonds that are among the more affordable fancy color diamonds.
    Chocolate diamonds are also known as cognac, champagne, or brown diamonds.
    They have a rich brown color due to the presence of nitrogen and other impurities in their crystal structure.

  • Chocolate Labrador: This is a type of Labrador retriever dog that has a chocolate brown coat.
    The chocolate color is caused by a recessive gene that affects the pigmentation of the fur.
    Chocolate Labradors are less common than black or yellow Labradors and are often considered more desirable by some breeders and owners.

  • Chocolate cosmos: This is a species of flowering plant that has dark brown or maroon petals that resemble chocolate in color and scent.
    The chocolate cosmos is native to Mexico and is endangered in the wild.
    It is cultivated as an ornamental plant in gardens and nurseries.

  • Chocolate agar: This is a type of culture medium that is used to grow bacteria in laboratories.
    It is made by heating blood agar, which is a mixture of blood and agar, a gelatinous substance derived from seaweed.
    The heating process causes the blood to turn brown, giving the medium a chocolate-like appearance.
    Chocolate agar is used to grow bacteria that require certain factors from blood, such as hemin and NAD.

  • Chocolate frog: This is a common name for several species of frogs that have a brown coloration.
    Some examples are the chocolate tree frog, the chocolate rocket frog, and the chocolate-backed poison frog.
    These frogs are not related to each other and have different habitats and behaviors.
    They are called chocolate frogs because of their resemblance to the popular candy from the Harry Potter series.

Example of the palette with the Chocolate color

Picture with primary colors of Chocolate, Zinnwaldite, Saddle brown, Lapis lazuli and Light salmon
Top 5 color shades of the illustration. Arranged in descending order of frequency of occurrence (first - more often, last - more rare).
See these colors in NCS, PANTONE, RAL palettes...
NCS (Natural Color System)
NCS S 2060-Y40R
NCS S 8010-Y30R
NCS S 5040-Y20R
NCS S 3050-R80B
NCS S 0540-Y60R
RAL Classic
RAL 2010
RAL 8022
RAL 8004
RAL 5025
RAL 1034
RAL Design
RAL 050 50 78
RAL 000 15 00
RAL 050 40 50
RAL 260 40 40
RAL 050 70 40
RAL Effect
RAL 360-3
RAL 790-5
RAL 350-4
RAL 640-4
RAL 420-2
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