Obviously 100% dark chocolate isn't one that beginners should start off with. But if you're comfortable with very bitter chocolate then this has to be one of the best you could try. If you allow yourself to melt it slowly on the tongue you can find lovely flavour and textures. You may also like:Menakao Madagascar 72%Rabot Estate 50% ‘Dash of Milk’ With Cocoa NibsBaking Chocolate
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When you’ve got less than 5g of a chocolate to review and you recall previously absolutely loving it you’re caught between emotions of sheer excitement and disappointment. Should I be glad I’ve got some Ritual chocolate or should I scowl because I’ve got sod all of it? I’m in the latter camp. I picked it […]You may also like:The Chocolate Tree 80% PeruHoly Cacao Peru 72%
One of the greatest determinants of how a review will go is that initial reaction. It’s not of whether or not I like it per se, but whether or not my hand instantly goes to grab another bit. And while this chocolate may fall into Urzi’s Premium Collection, it’s just not a bar that I […]You may also like:Domori Cioccolato al Latte d’AsinaAntica Dolceria Bonajuto Cioccolato al Peperoncino
They say absence makes the heart grow fonder, and I can certainly say that’s true when we’re talking about chocolate. I’ve had a few months off campaigning about ethical production of chocolate, but I’ve still kept up my passion for promoting fine chocolate – just to a smaller audience now. But as I rattle around […]You may also like:Bonnat Cacao Real del Xoconuzco
Sometimes I’ll buy chocolate in the mindset of what I expect a typical ‘punter’ would have: ignorance. That sounds harsh, but it’s a simple fact that many people that buy supermarket chocolate either have non-existent knowledge of key terminology or principles or have manipulated or just incomplete knowledge. In this particular example I wanted to […]No related posts.
Fonderia del Cacao are Italian chocolate makers with an entrepreneurial background that have come together to try and make chocolate – it seems exclusively from Ecuadorian beans. Everyone, it seems like to play on the historical relevance to them. Here Fonderia comment on the role of the Medici family financing Francesco Carletti to explore the […]You may also like:Holy Cacao Peru 72%Bonnat Cacao Real del Xoconuzco
Sometimes I’ll get chocolate through my letter box with no information. It’s like receiving a message to meet somebody at a secret location with no explanation: intriguing but slightly disconcerting. Thankfully with a bit of digging I found that Kavey has tried some of this chocolate recently and there she gives a bit of a […]No related posts.
An intense chocolate made with CONCADO beans where the natural flavours are allowed to come through - altogether, at once.No related posts.
There are few milk chocolates that make me absolutely weak at the knees. And even though this uses Dominican beans that can be a bit brutish and uncouth, the sweet, addictive flavours are simply out of this world. It’s made from what I expect is Concado DR beans along with browned butter from the Ronnybrook […]You may also like:Fruition Chocolate Brown Butter Bourbon CaramelsPump Street Bakery Ecuador Dark MilkSeaforth Cow’s...
A truly lovely dark milk chocolate with the perfect balance of the cocoa and the sugar with the creamy aspects well in balance.You may also like:Pump Street Bakery Ecuador Dark Milk