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Valrhona – Palmira 2006

Maybe just slightly less accomplished than previous Palmiras, this one retains the rather surprising, unfamiliar progression of flavours that previous vintages have offered. “Slightly”, it must be emphasised, is a c...
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Valrhona – Alpaco

An unfortunate flop into Ecuadorian territory, Valrhona fails to deliver any sort of cocoa intensity but does manage to deliver good, albeit stifled, notes that are characteristic of the origin and beans.
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Valrhona – Guanaja

A classic for the connoisseur and the chef alike. Complex flavours with fine red forest fruit notes and great length define this landmark chocolate.
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Valrhona – Caraïbe

Smoky and dark, this is Valrhona’s Caribbean offering, made from Trinitarios beans into a chocolate that can be rather addictive … Buy this bar in our shop.
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Valrhona – Gran Couva 2001

2001 vintage of Valrhona’s single domain Trinidadian chocolate. Bursting with tangerine flavour, a good choice for those preferring a less bitter chocolate. It is however a little insubstantial, lacking the depth of other Val...
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Valrhona – Chuao 2001

Valrhona’s 2001 vintage Chuao. A good, top quality chocolate that doesn’t stand out from the crowd as much as examples from previous years.
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