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Amedei – 9

Is 9 different beans in a blend overkill? Amedei doesn’t seem to think so. And after tasting this bar, you may be inclined to agree – a superbly balanced, full-flavoured chocolate with plenty of fine characteristics...
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Amedei – Ecuador

A disappointing effort from Amedei that fails to bring out the best of the Arriba. Confused and muddy presentation make one wonder what went wrong. By pure pedigree and breeding, the chocolate manages to salvage some decency an...
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Amedei – Jamaica

An interesting cacao that, perhaps, needs a darker roast. Something of a miss for Amedei, merely a good chocolate in a sea of greats. Fans of woodier chocolates will be drawn to this one. Amedei’s roast reveals a bar with...
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Amedei – Grenada

A good stab at a tricky cacao. Amedei has made the most of a bean that has a tendency to be somewhat bitter and flat. Some solve this problem with very dark roasting, but Amedei has maintained enough life to keep interest in th...
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Amedei – Venezuela

A somewhat confused if acceptable chocolate. Not the typical fruity Venezuelan, this one actually seems more similar to an Ecuador Arriba. Darkness is the key here. A chocolate abounding in low notes, it will appeal much more t...
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Amedei – Trinidad

A very one-sided chocolate, but Amedei has somehow gotten it to work. If you want a demonstration of how to produce a good, imbalanced chocolate, this would be it. Incredibly fruity, almost a pure “red” chocolate, o...
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