Grenada Chocolate 71% - low roast gives a light burgundy sheen

The Grenada Chocolate Company – Organic Dark Chocolate 71% Cocoa – Martin Christy

I’ve known and loved The Grenada Chocolate Company since Mott Green first introduced the company to the UK back around 2002. We’ve watched Grenada Chocolate grow up from being a small, innovative homespun chocolate ...
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Marcolini – Oriente Cuba Terruño de Baracoa

In a daring move, Marcolini chooses to position a Cuban chocolate at the upper end of the elite chocolate range. Will it pay off? Previous attempts at a Cuban origin have on the whole seen mixed results, so this bar will need t...
by Alex Rast
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Mast Brothers – The Brooklyn Blend 74%

Mast Brothers, known for a particularly distinctive style, provide here a blend in addition to their line of single-origins. There is interest in how they’ll interpret a blend – will they stay with their style, or w...
by Alex Rast
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Sainsbury’s – Taste The Difference Santo Domingo Organic Fairtrade 70%

Sainsbury’s join the trend of supermarkets entering the fray of “fine” chocolate using house-branded chocolates from various origins. This one will tick all the right boxes for the environmentally conscious, a...
by Alex Rast
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Marcolini – Grand Cru de Propriété Mexique

Marcolini shows his usual industriousness with a series of bars from various origins. It’s never made obvious which, if any, of the bars are made entirely in-house, but the percentages certainly vary from “standard&...
by Alex Rast
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