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Scharffen Berger – Bittersweet 70%

Scharffen Berger’s standard bittersweeet is exactly that: standard. Nothing really sets it apart from the crowd and minor flaws only drag it down a bit more to merely average status. Still, a good effort and a good chocol...
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Scharffen Berger – Tome-Acu

Scharffen Berger introduces, with their “chocolate maker’s” series, a fairly clear indication of where they are going. This bar is so markedly superior to previous S-B offerings that it appears clear they̵...
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Scharffen Berger – Finisterra

Scharffen Berger’s 10th year in business deserves an excellent chocolate to commemorate the occasion, and that’s exactly what it gets. Finisterra showcases some interesting and complex flavor that might not be the e...
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Scharffen Berger – Semisweet

Scharffen Berger’s entry into the semisweet category may not be earth shattering but it is still very good and much better balanced than the other two dark mainstays of the product line. Also, it makes an excellent base c...
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Scharffen Berger – Antilles

With this blend, Scharffen Berger at last produces a definitive winner. Fruity as always, the chocolate manages however to avoid the really aggressive fruitiness of Scharffen Berger in the past. One gets the sense that the Domi...
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Scharffen Berger – Danse Le Cacao

Created to honour Trinidad and Tobago for their qualification for the World Cup, this chocolate bar unfortunately does a disservice to the country. Poor stylistic choices result in a bar that fails to bring out the distinctive ...
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