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Grenada Chocolate Co. – Organic Dark Chocolate 71% Cocoa

Much improved Grenada Chocolate 71% organic. Grenada’s new roaster and pure Grenadian cacao have created something that stands on its own two feet in the fine chocolate world. No longer rustic and in need of ‘forgiv...
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Michel Cluizel – 1er Cru De Plantation Mangaro

Bright, fresh, sunny – all of these are an apt description of Mangaro, Cluizel’s interpretation of the fashionable Madagascar cacao. This bar is for those who like their chocolate light – like a Northern Itali...
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Felchlin – Cru Sauvage

Is this bar truly “wild” cacao as the manufacturer claims? Perhaps not, but it’s credibly close – and about as close, probably, to a wild chocolate as we’re likely to experience. If Porcelana is sa...
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Valrhona – Palmira 2005

A maturing chocolate no doubt, Valrhona gives a glimpse into the bright future that Palmira could experience if they continue to tweak it to perfection. Let us cross our fingers and hope Valrhona realizes the potential that lie...
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Amano Madagascar 2010

Amano – Madagascar

The second batch of Amano’s Madagascar takes a huge leap on from the earlier – but promising – batches. With this bar Amano make the move from promising upstart to fully fledged premier league bean to bar make...
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