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Domori – Porcelana

This makes an interesting comparison with Amedei’s Porcelana. While Amedei’s offering seems wild and variable – only just on the edge of an acceptable chocolate taste, Domori have produced a more stable versio...
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Domori – Teyuna

Domori again shows their mastery over fruity beans with a textbook rendition of the Colombia Nacional origin. With a length that is truly astonishing and new depths of flavour, this brings out the subtle characteristics of a be...
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Domori – Rio Caribe

Domori produce a masterful interpretation of a highly distinctive Venezuelan variety. This is perhaps the most successful bar in a single origins series of exceptional quality, where it seems each bar is highly indicative of t...
by Stuart Robson
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Domori – Puertofino

Strong for a 70% chocolate, owing to Domori’s policy of not adding extra cocoa butter to the mix. An interesting balance of flavours from musty to fruit, with perhaps apricot being the dominant note. Very satisfying lengt...
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Domori – Puertomar

This is a real achievement. Domori have created a chocolate from a ‘recovered’ cocoa (a sub-variety not previously identified) very high in cocoa content, with no added cocoa butter, yet one that still manages to se...
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Domori – Grand Blend No 1

Excellent strong yet palatable bar from Domori. Creamy with dark flavours. A good bar to eat that will satisfy your fine chocolate needs without needing too much and without being too bitter. Buy this bar in our shop.
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