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Latest reviews

  1. The Chocolate Tree – Madagascar Raw 70% Alex Rast, 15 Jun 2013
  2. The Chocolate Tree – Ecuador 82% Alex Rast, 14 Dec 2012
  3. Friis-Holm – Chuno Double Turned Alex Rast, 3 Dec 2012
  4. Friis-Holm – Chuno Triple Turned Alex Rast, 18 Nov 2012
  5. Chapon – Chuao Alex Rast, 18 Nov 2012

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Red Star – Ocumare 55%

Boldly introducing what other chocolate manufacturers seem to have shied away from, Red Star provides a truly elite-bean milk chocolate, and at gratifyingly high percentage. This is likely to mean extreme expectations, so the p...
by Alex Rast
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Elizabeth Shaw – all crunched up

Mint may be in the air, but not in the ingredients list, in an off-beat review of a British lower-mid market 'classic'. Warning: low percentage chocolate will be discussed!
by Martin Christy
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Slow Chocolate: taste workshop – 12 November 2012

£100 per person, 11.00am-4.30pm, Monday 12 Nov 2012 9 Adam Street, London WC2N 6AA ‘Slow Chocolate’ is whole new approach to eating chocolate and the the art of chocolate appreciation. Fine chocolate is fast becomi...
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Menakao – Dark Chocolate 72%

Madagascar keeps on throwing up local chocolate manufacturers…with a reputation for inconsistency. Here we go with another one whose long-term results will have to be tested in time but who show that the Madagascans are d...
by Alex Rast
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Pacari Piura 70%

A possible first for a growing country chocolate maker, Pacari release their first bar made with cacao from outside their home country of Ecuador. Piura is fast becoming famous as an origin for its white-beaned local cacao in t...
by George Gensler
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