February 18, 2012

Pacari – Raw Chocolate 70% – Georg Bernardini

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Written by: Georg Bernardini

Nice dark brown colour, shiny and with good snap

Ecuadorian cocoa is not my favourite cocoa, but I like the aroma of this bar. This chocolate has the taste as it should have. Fruity (citrus fruits), fermantation and lightly Jasmin.

This is the real deficit of this bar. The taste is not fruity for me, it is sour, too sourĀ and I can tasteĀ also a little bit astrigency. The sourness overshadow the fruity taste too much. There is no control over the sourness during the production.

Melt & Lenght:
Nice melt and the lenght is ok.

This is a polarizing chocolate and for real chocoholics. I like the arome, but due to the strong sourness this chocolate is not one of my favourite.

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