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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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Chocolate Reviews

Chocolate Reviews

A blog that reviews chocolate from around the world.

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Chocolate Reviews

Chocolate Society Blond With Sea Salt

When the Valrhona Blonde first came to the market I was sceptical. My long-held prejudice against white chocolate didn’t last long, however, as those 15 minutes I spent alone with it completely changed my perception of the medium. But now I have Al’s interpretation which has been diligently adulterated with Helen Mon, Angelsey sea salt. […]You may also like:Divine Milk Chocolate With Toffee & Sea SaltChococo Sea-Salt...

Posted on Chocolate Reviews on 2014-04-05 12:00:12
Chocolate Reviews

Paul A. Young Whole Bean to Bar Chocolate

The juxtaposition between the salubrious lives of those that purchase fine chocolate from the likes of Paul A. Young and the mere existence of those that are at the genesis of a bar?s life is as troubling as it is stark. But within it exists a paradox that just has to change. Plaudits are given to chocolatiers […]No related posts.

Posted on Chocolate Reviews on 2014-03-29 18:30:59
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Marc DeMarquette Luxury Chocolate Easter Egg Celebration Box

I’ve never known a chocolate reviewer make chocolates worthy of an award. Similarly I’ve never known a restaurant critic with a Michelin Star nor a wine critic a Decanter Award, neither has Jeremy Clarkson won a Grand Prix. Essentially, those that can’t, preach. It would be difficult for Marc to reach the heady heights of […]You may also like:Marc Demarquette’s Nutkeeper’s CaramelsRoyal Wedding Marc...

Posted on Chocolate Reviews on 2014-03-07 17:50:27
Chocolate Reviews

Antica Dolceria Bonajuto 45% Chocolate

So there’s here’s a 45% dark chocolate. That’s right, most of this rustic chocolate bar is the carbohydrate that’s (rightly) had so much bad press recently. Seeing as I’ve been munching on 100% most of the day I thought turn tail and try some mega sweet chocolate. But it isn’t all that sweet. I just […]You may also like:Antica Dolceria Bonajuto Cioccolato al PeperoncinoDolceria Bonajuto 70% Dark...

Posted on Chocolate Reviews on 2014-01-31 14:40:43
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Solstice Chocolate Bolivia 70% Palo Blancos

The world is awash with chocolate which is pretty much in-determinant from countless other chocolates. Even in the fine chocolate market very few bars actually stand out. Flavour profiles can be all of a muchness. I often find myself trotting out the same adjectives, the same ‘notes of’,  ’hints of and ‘reminds me of”‘. Rarely […]You may also like:Solstice Chocolate 70% SambiranoOialla Organic Wild...

Posted on Chocolate Reviews on 2014-01-30 15:30:47
Chocolate Reviews

Domori Cioccolato al Latte d?Asina

So I was looking through my chocolate collection and realised that it?s just looking decidedly barren (nudge Geert, I know you’re reading this :p) and then came my latest order from Domori and tucked at the bottom of the box, covered by filling was this grey bag. I had forgotten my conversation with Simone about […]You may also like:Domori ChuaoDomori Porcelana 70% Dark Chocolate BarDomori Morogoro 70%

Posted on Chocolate Reviews on 2014-01-28 16:30:57
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Daintree Estates Vanuatu

If there was any song that could describe this chocolate from Daintree it has to be this one from Deep Purple. It has smoke abound – much like that of Papua New Guinea. Whether the similarity in terms of base flavour is due to the beans on the islands having been from the same stock as PNG […]You may also like:Daintree Estates Dark ChocolateDaintree Estates Solomon Islands 68%Pralus 75% Vanuatu

Posted on Chocolate Reviews on 2014-01-25 17:01:02
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Mayta Esmereldas 71% Arriba Chocolate

Sometimes chocolate reviewing is like playing the Euro Millions on a Friday night: you wake up on the Saturday morning, glance at your phone and see an email from Camelot entitled “News about your lottery ticket”. You spend the next 30 seconds whilst you find your feet and wipe the sleep from your eyes “spending” […]No related posts.

Posted on Chocolate Reviews on 2014-01-24 13:31:13
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Middlebury Chocolates

Middlebury Chocolates is a new name to me; it might even be to you too. Stephanie and Andy Jackson are ‘artisan’ chocolate makers out of Middlebury Vermont. I emphasise the ‘artisan’ as this is a term that’s too often banded about. It’s an adjective which is primarily the preserve of multinationals who wish to tap […]No related posts.

Posted on Chocolate Reviews on 2014-01-20 17:11:16
Chocolate Reviews

House of Dorchester Stem Ginger Connoisseur Collection

As a chocolate reviewer and occasional judge I feel those of my ilk don’t do us any favours. We look down on certain chocolate brands with one part air of superiority and one part disdain. We’re quick to judge but less quick to understand. We get approached by chocolatiers who create chocolates for people unlike […]You may also like:Zotter Ginger Dark Chocolate BarRococo Crystallised Ginger 65%Ginger Truffles

Posted on Chocolate Reviews on 2014-01-17 11:51:16

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