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Divine Chocolate – 85%

One of the most visible Fair Trade companies in the UK comes out with an ultra-percentage chocolate. Whether this is a wise thing to do with a source such as Ghana, which typically does not fare well at high percentages, is que...
by Alex Rast
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Madécasse – 80% Cocoa

Here is another business model along “fair trade” lines, but with the additional benefit of processing locally as well as sourcing responsibly. As always, there are concerns over production quality: can a country wi...
by Alex Rast
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Willie’s Delectable Cacao – Indonesian 69

Perhaps the most exotic of Willie Harcourt-Cooze’s eating bar range, and furthest from his original Venezuelan roots. ‘Indonesian 69′ turns out to be one of the most successful of his bars though, providing in...
by Martin Christy
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Mast Brothers - Grand Cru 81%

Mast Brothers – Grand Cru 81%

A chance to see how the Mast Brothers approach beans that clearly display strong Criollo characteristics, particularly interesting given that they have chosen a much higher percentage than is more often applied with such stock....
by Stuart Robson
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