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Valrhona – Alpaco

An unfortunate flop into Ecuadorian territory, Valrhona fails to deliver any sort of cocoa intensity but does manage to deliver good, albeit stifled, notes that are characteristic of the origin and beans.
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John Scharffenberger

An Audience with John Scharffenberger

John Sharffenberger is paying one of his rare visits to London so this is a unique opportunity to meet this renowned chocolate maker and learn about his travels around the cocoa growing world working with farmers to improve the...
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Seventypercent.com monthly chocolate tasting – Jan 2010

Weds 20 Jan 2010 - Our regular monthly tasting event with an introduction to fine chocolate as well as sampling of our new finds and recent discoveries.
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Valrhona – Taïnori

A chocolate with plenty of potential that could one day be among Valrhona’s top shelf bars. Comparing most likely to Domori’s Chacao line or, for ease of accessibility, Valrhona’s own Araguani, Tainori is powe...
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Southbank Chocolate Festival – 11-13 December 2009

Warm up the winter chill with The Chocolate Festival at the Southbank Centre, London, 11-13 Dec 2009. Join Seventypercent.com on Sat 12th for our talk and take our 'Taste test' in the Royal Festival Hall
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Books

Chocolate books online

Our new online Amazon bookstore gives you quick and easy access to the best fine chocolate books available. Update your reading list now, or find the ideal chocoholic gift.
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