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Pralus – Ghana Biologique

Rather like his conventional one, Pralus falls flat with an organic version of the Ghana. Here is a chocolate that never really gets going, fails to excite, and introduces nothing new. It’s nice, presumably, to have an or...
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Pralus – Equateur Biologique

Pralus takes an organic bean and unfortunately achieves no better than his conventional one with an origin that should work fine with a dark roast. This one just never gets off the ground, remaining dull and uninspiring –...
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Pralus – Republique Dominicaine

The Dominican Republic is the most well-known, and, arguably, the best of the organic origins overall. Pralus here introduces a chocolate that does the origin no disservice, even though there is some room for improvement. It...
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Pralus – Tanzanie Biologique

Excellent, rich Tanzanian that easily outshines its conventional stablemate in the Pralus line. There’s an argument to be made here for simply replacing the ordinary bar with this one, for with its dense raisin flavour so...
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Pralus – Madagascar Biologique

Superb organic chocolate – at least once one can get past the idiosyncratic interpretation. Pralus’ rendition of Madagascar delivers completely different tastes from the usual, unsurprising given the dark roast. Thi...
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Pralus – Brut de São Tomé

A smart partnership with Claudio Corallo results in a massive 160g bar with a heavy rustic feel, but one that has been tastefully executed. An abundance of nibs adds an unrefined counter to the finished chocolate, as well as an...
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