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Mast Brothers - Madagascar 72%

Mast Brothers – Madagascar 72%

Mast Brothers are creating a good deal of excitement in the chocolate world, with their hands-on processing, obvious care and attention to detail.  Passion is an overused word in the world of fine food but one taste of this h...
by Stuart Robson
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Pacari – Raw 70%

I won’t ruminate on the whole idea of Raw chocolate here as it has already been touched upon by a fellow reviewer, but instead get straight to the bar itself. The colour has more of a red tint than I would normally expect fro...
by Stuart Robson
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Friis Holm – Nicaliso 70%

At first glance this bar is clearly following on from the Chuno with an enticingly perfect finish. It is hard to imagine a more flawlessly formed bar of chocolate- smooth, even, and with a wonderful shine. The colour is virt...
by Stuart Robson
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Mast Brothers – Madagascar 72%

I must admit that my expectations were high when it came to tasting this bar, everything about the philosophy that the Mast Brothers try to follow appeals to me and I had only heard good things. However with such a lot to live ...
by Stuart Robson
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Amedei – Chuao 70%

It has been a long time since this bar was tasted for review and as anyone with a love of fine chocolate will know, every year is different where a product influenced by climate and small scale processing is involved. As such i...
by Stuart Robson
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