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Dagoba – Prima Materia

Dagoba’s entry into the unsweetened field reveals a chocolate that tastes amazingly like a Madagascar, which if is the case could be the same source for the similarly flavored Sambirano bar. Obviously a lighter approach f...
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Dagoba – Sambirano

One of the darker Madagascans on the market and one that may seem like an unlikely success given the producer. However, the chocolate as a whole is relatively calm and uniform, presenting nothing too sharp or too light, but rat...
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Dagoba – Pacuare

With Pacuare, Dagoba expresses a personal preference rather than the characteristics of the origin and ends up producing a chocolate that comes off as imbalanced and contradictory since there is no mediator flavor to offset the...
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Dagoba – Milagros

Although Dagoba has succeeded in introducing organic single origin chocolate, they have also created a very unmemorable bar. Milagros’ only trendsetting merit is based on its novelty rather than flavor innovation, which i...
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Dagoba – Dark 59%

Characterized by elegant fruit and floral notes, along with a strong chocolaty presence, this semisweet could definitely satisfy the bittersweet crowd. It’s an exceptional chocolate, balancing flavor and intensity, withou...
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Dagoba – New Moon

New Moon is a fine organic bar that’s a bit stuck on tradition and the idiosyncrasies of the market, but it also shows signs of gourmet appeal. It’s an intermediary approach, one that taps into two markets and creates somet...
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