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Vintage Plantations – Arriba Milk 38% 2004

This is a real accomplishment not only for Plantations but also for milk chocolate in general. Arriba proves to be a perfect candidate for milk chocolate even at such a low percentage, as its flavor never wavers with its comple...
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Vintage Plantations – Arriba 100% 2004

The star of the family from a maddeningly inconsistent chocolate manufacturer. Where their other chocolates have been decidedly mixed-bag, this one conveys an enchanting parade of flavours, all at maximum intensity thanks to th...
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Vintage Plantations – Arriba 90% 2004

The challenges of a high percentage Arriba manifest themselves in a far-from-great presentation, but given time and experience, this can transform into quite an excellent chocolate. Overall, the results are promising and show s...
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Vintage Plantations – Arriba 75% 2004

Overall, this is a pretty good 75% that shows signs of promise, but it’s still a very young chocolate that reflects inexperience with its handling. However, practice makes perfect, and over time, this could grow into a su...
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