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Fresh cocoa pods
September 21, 2004
3:35 pm
chocolatero
london
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Hello all chocoholics out there

For the london chocolate week, we exceptionally have a shipment of 140 fresh cocoa pods from Cameroun at our shop in central london.
If you have never visited plantations, this is as close as you can get. These can be gently dried or for the more adventurous opened and one can taste the flesh of the fruit and try the beans unfermented.
Let me know if any want some reserved.
Sorry cannot send as there are FRESH fruits!!!
regards
Chocolatero

September 21, 2004
4:18 pm
alex_h
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i’ve heard the fruit tastes nothing like chocolate itself. what say you, anne?
sounds very interesting though. what a great offer!
unfortunately i won’t make it to london this year [:(]
what are you charging?

September 21, 2004
11:24 pm
Lone Ly
Oslo, Norway
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I surely want one, but it depends on the price of course. Is it possible to dry them? I think they are decorative, but have no clue of how they ‘behave’.

“Man cannot live by chocolate alone – but woman can.” (Unknown)

"Man cannot live by chocolate alone - but woman can." (Unknown)
September 24, 2004
10:29 pm
Masur
Stockholm, Sweden
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Nice offer. I would like to reserve one.

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