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Friis Holm Chuno 70%

The appearance is near flawless here; a deep reddish brown with minimal swirling or bubbling and, while perhaps a little darker than expected, it is difficult to draw comparison where such an unusual and rarely seen origin is i...
by Stuart Robson
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Pralus Chuao 75%

Pralus Chuao 75% A number of interpretations of the classic Chuao origin have come to the market recently which is surely a good thing for lovers of fine chocolate. This allows us all to see how the beans react to a variety of ...
by Stuart Robson
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New dessert launches at William Curley

Live tasting with Per Liss at William Curley

We start off Chocolate Week 2010 with a live tasting of new offerings from the William Curley patisserie menu, while catching up with an old friend from Sweden.
by Martin Christy
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Amano new origin competition – win a year’s supply of chocolate!

Amano announce competition to guess the origin of their latest origin chocolate. Enter while you can and be Amano'd up for a whole year.
by Seventy%
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Seventy% supports the International Chocolate Awards
 
Chocolate carnage with Louise Thomas, Dom Ramsey and Jennifer Earle

First Connoisseurs Club tasting

Last week saw the first of our new 'Connoisseurs Club' get togethers at our regular monthly tasting venue, the Scotch Malt Whisky Society. Our new advanced format was a chance to let our hair down a little and pull the new, ...
by Martin Christy
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