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L’artisan du Chocolat – Jamaica

Another bar produced from liquor – one step removed from bean to bar but getting closer – which also turns out to be L’Artisan’s most successful effort to date in this experiment. Almost certainly the fi...
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L’artisan du Chocolat – Madagascar

Something of an unfortunate choice for the strongest of L’Artisan’s bars, taking the usually mild Madagascar and unfortunately letting it run a little wild. It’s unusually strident and aggressive, not a bar th...
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L’artisan du Chocolat – Java

Reminiscent of L’Artisan’s equally surprising Madong, here’s another Indonesian on the wild side. Reeking of peat and smoke, it’s an experience unlike any other in the chocolate world. Is that good or ba...
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L’artisan du Chocolat – Venezuela

A bar clearly from exactly the same bean source as Theo’s Venezuela, yielding, predictably, similarly spectacular results. With rather more sugar, this one is less austere than the Theo version, and thus may have a somewh...
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L’artisan du Chocolat – Dominican Republic

A surprisingly dark interpretation of the Dominican Republic origin – the kind of bar Pralus might have produced. Containing all the extraordinary power of the origin this is a chocolate that will certainly impress with i...
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L'artisan du Chocolat - Peru Organic and Fairtrade

L’artisan du Chocolat – Peru Organic and Fairtrade

Promising organic, although not the best of L’Artisan’s efforts. L’Artisan has recently been experimenting with chocolate made from third-party liquor – hence the type isn’t really “unknown&#...
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