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Bonnat – Trinité

Is this really an Ecuador Arriba? Certainly it seems like it – with a flavour profile matching Arribas almost right down the line. What does this mean? A good powerful bar, lots of character, lots of kick. Also, possibly ...
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Bonnat - Apotequil 75%

Bonnat – Apotequil

Bonnat explore all dimensions of “Porcelana” with another variant, this one from Peru. They seem to be milking the Porcelana designation for all they can get; whether this can be called such is yet again a big quest...
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Bonnat – Côte d’Ivoire

An excellent if somewhat ethically questionable bar from Bonnat. It’s got a good basic chocolate taste – no frills, but the purity of flavour makes it stand out among Ivory Coast chocolates, usually a source of chea...
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Bonnat – Ceylan

Interesting if slightly soft chocolate from Bonnat, with a good chocolate note and some developing citrus tones, but maybe a little too sour.
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Bonnat – Madagascar

Perhaps the least successful interpretation of this fashionable region, here is a chocolate with a lot of bite to it and perhaps also one that suffers from overroasting. The result is a chocolate with little delicacy and too mu...
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Bonnat – Puerto Cabello

Bonnat’s most unique sales proposition, a varietal chocolate unduplicated by other manufacturers, and with an excellent, characteristically Bonnat flavour signature, nicely balanced. This one will astonish with its lack o...
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