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Santander – 53%

Overall, this is not a bad semisweet chocolate, yet it’s not the best example of this range either. However, with an amiable flavor that conjures up wintertime memories of steaming cups of hot cocoa, the reminiscing allur...
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Santander – 36%

The Colombian cacao stands up to the milk remarkably well and provides plenty of complexity and interest to make this milk chocolate quite unique. A bit sweet on the tongue, actually, but still quite intense with its chocolatin...
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Santander – 65%

Sweeter cousin to the 70%, this one sacrifices boldness for acidity and presents a dramatically different flavor profile.
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Santander – 70%

The initial chocolaty hit and lingering presence, coupled with the cheerful flavor, result in a well-balanced and very approachable chocolate.
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