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Here I consider the focus and approach of Divine through some chats I've had with their employees and representatives and as a result of trying three of their new bars.You may also like:Divine Milk Chocolate With Toffee & Sea Salt
Innovation is key to the success of premium quality chocolatiers. Many will churn out average quality products with impunity and are lapped up by a largely unknowing chocolate-buying public. But innovation shouldn’t just rest with the chocolatier taking couverture and playing with new inclusions, it should also rest with the chocolate maker. This is exactly […]No related posts.
Two new bars from Ara found their way to my desk and I'm damn glad that they have. They're fantastic - but both completely different. Strangely the Venezuelan has a good level of intensity while the Belize is very soft and creamy.No related posts.
This is a chocolate that has an internal battle. It cannot make up its mind if it is a refined Venezueland chocolate or a more brutish Ecuador.You may also like:Hotel Chocolat Pichanaki 100% Dark ChocolateHotel Chocolat Rabot Extra Thick EggHotel Chocolat Pichanaki 75%
I rose early today for the Chocolate Show. I'm knackered. But I'd not have it any other way.No related posts.
Surprisingly this was a very intense offering from Willie's. The great thing was that it was also full of intereresting flavours.No related posts.
This is certainly a dark flavoured chocolate you'll never forget as it's got blood in it.No related posts.
Perhaps not their finest dark chocolate given other bars of their with a more strident profile, but still fairly enjoyable.You may also like:Mast Brothers Moho River
This is a first for me. I don’t recall any British bean to bar chocolate maker producing a white. I was startled when I opened up the packaging that had “vanilla bean” on it to find out that it was a white – and a sweet one at that. Recently I’ve tried white, often ‘toasted’ […]No related posts.
Breakfast tea is boring. For generations there’s been a wide variety of interesting tea leaves available to us but we, as a nation, crave the same type of morning cuppa. For a while I’ve been extending my collection of herbal and flavoured teas, I’ve even devoted a kitchen cupboard to them – much to […]You may also like:House of Dorchester Stem Ginger Connoisseur Collection