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Michel Cluizel – 1er Cru de Plantation Vila Gracinda

For years it has seemed chocolatiers just can’t hit the mark on Sao Tome – an origin with apparently lots of potential but up to now shaky delivery. No more. Cluizel comes up with the definitive reference for the or...
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Michel Cluizel – Grand Lait 45%

Now available in bar format, Grand Lait 45% can now be accessed by everyone without confectionery intents. The bar is strong in chocolate flavor, has great balance, and lacks a sweetness many milk bars possess. It’s the s...
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Michel Cluizel – 1er Cru de Plantation Maralumi Lait

Building off the success of Mangaro Lait, Cluizel offers another single plantation milk chocolate, but this time he sources from Papua New Guinea and the Maralumi plantation. Although a lighter milk chocolate, the flavor is wha...
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Michel Cluizel – 1er Cru de Plantation Maralumi

A bar that really fits the description on its package. Unusual in having both fruity and spicy components. Perhaps not as polished as others in the Cluizel 1er Cru line, it offers a different experience from the usual very R...
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Michel Cluizel – 1er Cru de Plantation Tamarina

Oddly, for Cluizel’s strongest single-origin, a very mild, very accessible 70%. A mellow chocolate, good for relaxing with late at night. Those who are expecting high intensity might do to stay away, but for those who see...
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Michel Cluizel – 1er Cru De Plantation Mangaro

Bright, fresh, sunny – all of these are an apt description of Mangaro, Cluizel’s interpretation of the fashionable Madagascar cacao. This bar is for those who like their chocolate light – like a Northern Itali...
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