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Santander – 36%

The Colombian cacao stands up to the milk remarkably well and provides plenty of complexity and interest to make this milk chocolate quite unique. A bit sweet on the tongue, actually, but still quite intense with its chocolatin...
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Bonnat – Surabaya Chocolat au Lait 65%

Surabaya is undeniably the gentle giant among Bonnat’s milk chocolate trinity, since it is easily the most agreeable to the palate. As such, it will definitely please milk chocolate fans sufficiently, especially since it&...
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Bonnat – Asfarth Chocolat au Lait 65%

Asfarth is definitely the most aggressive of the trinity, quickly asserting itself without delay. However, as strong as the flavor may be, the milk is still a major player in the final flavor and seems to provide a much more bl...
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Vintage Plantations – Arriba Milk 38% 2004

This is a real accomplishment not only for Plantations but also for milk chocolate in general. Arriba proves to be a perfect candidate for milk chocolate even at such a low percentage, as its flavor never wavers with its comple...
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