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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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Slitti – Lattenero 70%

At a hefty 70%, Slitti’s darkest milk chocolate is an enticing exploration and ultimate test of just how far this high percentage milk chocolate trend can go. With essentially nothing to lose, Slitti succeeds and creates ...
by Seventy%
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Valrhona – Tanariva

Amazingly, Valrhona has managed to get character and interest in a milk chocolate even at a shockingly low percentage. This one will shake your ideas about what such milk chocolates are like. Not at all the sweet, candylike sub...
by Seventy%
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Hotel Chocolat – Rabot Estate Dash of Milk 70%

Verturing boldly into territory only Slitti has dared previously to tread, Hotel Chocolat makes an attempt to create an ultimate dark milk chocolate by marrying their own plantation bean to an ultra-percentage milk chocolate fo...
by Alex Rast
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Bonnat – Java Chocolat au Lait 65%

Not as calm as Surabaya but more flavorful and acidic; not as aggressive as Asfarth but more refreshing and better balanced. Java is light on the palate and has a flavor that’s easier to distinguish with a more jovial and...
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