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Cocoaroma - a new magazine
April 23, 2006
2:14 am
Alan
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Hello all,

Personally, I think that a subscription to this magazine NOW, instead of waiting, is the way to go. Not only is the focus on quality sure to improve any minor inconsistencies over time, but more importantly, in my opinion, is that this is the only magazine out there that takes the chocolate bar to be important enough to have its own magazine, and we need to support that. This magazine treats chocolate, and its production (every step from cacao tree growing to packaging), as something that is as important as wine, and as complex and interesting too. This is the first magazine out there to do for chocolate in paper publications what seventypercent.com has done for it on the web. I think that for the sake of fine chocolate everywhere, everyone here who is financially able to should support this magazine. At any rate, $32 USD for 4 issues of a magazine of this quality is not extravagant. I’ve subscribed.

Alan

[url="http://www.Patric-Chocolate.com"]Patric Chocolate[/url]
April 27, 2006
5:47 am
Art Pollard
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I agree with Alan. When I discovered Cocoaroma, I subscribed literally two days later. (I was in San Francisco and I had a 12 hour drive back the next day.) I think it is worth subscribing to from the onset. Sure, they may have a few issues that they need to polish but it is very enjoyable as it is. Besides, if you keep your issues as I do, you will regret not having the first few issues a few years down the road.

The quality of this magazine is much less that of a magazine and much more like a book that you will want to keep on your shelf and refer back to from time to time.

-Art

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May 5, 2006
11:14 am
gap
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Hi All,

I’ve just subscribed to the magazine as well and received Issues 1:1 and 1:3 today. Seems a very good publication and there’s not many like it about, so I’m happy to support it. Enjoyable to read with a bit of your favourite chocolate.

Does anyone know if Issue 1:3 is the most recent? It has the focus on Switzerland. Or has there been other issues since?

May 5, 2006
11:16 am
Masur
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Issue 1:3 is the latest.

“Porcelana: The Holy Grail of Pure Criollos” (Maricel E. Presilla)

"Porcelana: The Holy Grail of Pure Criollos" (Maricel E. Presilla)
May 5, 2006
11:33 am
gap
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Thanks masur

May 9, 2006
7:48 pm
wrks4choc
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I’m excited to hear of this magazine and really want to start subscribing but I am having a hard time getting hold of anyone. I have sent an email and left 2 phone messages and still no response. I can’t subsribe online because a p.o. needs to be generated with their tax id number. Any suggestions??

Keep it Sweet!

Keep it Sweet!
May 9, 2006
8:57 pm
Alan
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quote:


Originally posted by wrks4choc

I’m excited to hear of this magazine and really want to start subscribing but I am having a hard time getting hold of anyone. I have sent an email and left 2 phone messages and still no response. I can’t subsribe online because a p.o. needs to be generated with their tax id number. Any suggestions??

Keep it Sweet!


I suggest giving them a few days. It took them a couple of days to get back to me, but afterwards I got the magazines in the mail within days.

Alan

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May 9, 2006
9:09 pm
Masur
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E-mail seems to work fine. Both Legodude and a friend of mine has used it with sucess.
I’m not sure editor Alexander V. Morozoff has a backup reading e-mails when he’s absent.
A bit of patience might be needed. I subscribed online and got my first magazine within 7-10 days.

“Porcelana: The Holy Grail of Pure Criollos” (Maricel E. Presilla)

"Porcelana: The Holy Grail of Pure Criollos" (Maricel E. Presilla)
May 10, 2006
7:04 am
gap
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I can second the idea that patience will be rewarded. I have been e-mailing Alexandar Morozoff and he has been very helpful but it can take a day or two to turn around e-mails.

May 22, 2006
3:30 pm
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A quote from the website:

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The upcoming Issue 2:1 will be available in June 2006.


“Porcelana: The Holy Grail of Pure Criollos” (Maricel E. Presilla)

"Porcelana: The Holy Grail of Pure Criollos" (Maricel E. Presilla)
May 23, 2006
6:33 pm
wrks4choc
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Hello!
Thanks to you guys, I learned of this new publication Cocoaroma magazine and I am now a subscriber! They were even nice enough to send me all of the back issues so I have it right from the first issue. Yes, it does seem to be more like a cookbook style of printing, (which I think is much sturdier) but I think the articles are clear, concise and informative. They are striving hard to give you the info. and not the hype. I think they are doing a great job and with NO ads.

Keep it Sweet!

Keep it Sweet!
July 13, 2006
5:58 am
gap
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Hi All,

has anyone received the most recent copy of Cocoaroma (issue 2:1)?

July 13, 2006
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quote:


has anyone received the most recent copy of Cocoaroma (issue 2:1)?


No!

“Porcelana: The Holy Grail of Pure Criollos” (Maricel E. Presilla)

"Porcelana: The Holy Grail of Pure Criollos" (Maricel E. Presilla)
July 13, 2006
1:11 pm
Alan
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Not yet. I’ll post to this thread when I do.

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July 27, 2006
3:44 pm
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I haven’t received anything yet and I did email them about 6 weeks ago and did not get a response.

July 27, 2006
4:02 pm
Alan
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Still nothing here either. Anyone else?

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July 28, 2006
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gap
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Not me – I haven’t had the money taken off my credit card for the issue either. Doesn’t look promising.

July 29, 2006
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Same for me. I subscribed in April but they have not taken any money off my account yet. They did send me the first issue, though. Strange.

July 31, 2006
2:14 pm
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I received the June 2006 issue of Chocolatier Magazine today, July 31. Let’s hope Cocoaroma will come soon.

“Porcelana: The Holy Grail of Pure Criollos” (Maricel E. Presilla)

"Porcelana: The Holy Grail of Pure Criollos" (Maricel E. Presilla)
November 29, 2006
8:40 pm
aguynamedrobert
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Hey jeff,
Have you receive the issue yet? I am looking forward to reading the article on you…

-Robert
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