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"Untitled" Cluizel Bars?
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mikeboston
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Hello,

A store near me (Cardullo's in Harvard Square) sells a nice selection of good chocolate including a couple Cluizel bars. I'm just slightly confused because all the Cluizel bars on this site seem to have names (e.g., "Los Ancones"), but I can't find a name anywhere on the package of the ones in the store. They just say 60% chocolate. Both are a black package, one with green lettering and one with, I think, blue lettering. Anyone know what these are, am I just missing the name somewhere or are these some type of "generic" Cluizel chocolate...?

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Originally posted by mikeboston

Hello,

A store near me (Cardullo's in Harvard Square) sells a nice selection of good chocolate including a couple Cluizel bars. I'm just slightly confused because all the Cluizel bars on this site seem to have names (e.g., "Los Ancones"), but I can't find a name anywhere on the package of the ones in the store. They just say 60% chocolate. Both are a black package, one with green lettering and one with, I think, blue lettering. Anyone know what these are, am I just missing the name somewhere or are these some type of "generic" Cluizel chocolate...?


Could be "Noir De Cacao," which is a blend, not a single origin bar. They come in 60%.

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I think Noir de Cacao is 72%. The only one I know of M.Cluizel's 60% comes with cocoa bean pieces. And it had green letters on.

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Originally posted by ellie

I think Noir de Cacao is 72%. The only one I know of M.Cluizel's 60% comes with cocoa bean pieces. And it had green letters on.


"Noir De Cacao" comes in 85%, 72% and 60%. The one with nibs in it is called "Noir au Grue De Cacao."

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