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Amano – Jembrana

An interesting bright and fresh chocolate with a riot of flavours, one of the most complex bars you may ever try. It’s a bit of a pity that the flavours aren’t more well controlled, because they explode out from all...
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Valrhona – Alpaco

An unfortunate flop into Ecuadorian territory, Valrhona fails to deliver any sort of cocoa intensity but does manage to deliver good, albeit stifled, notes that are characteristic of the origin and beans.
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Domori- Hacienda San Jose Chuao

Domori – Chuao Hacienda San Jose

Domori’s long-awaited “Chuao” finally appears. Can a chocolate produced outside of Chuao village legitimately be called Chuao? Common sense would seem to say no, but without a doubt, Domori has succeeded in ca...
by Alex Rast
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Amano – Chuao

Amano has long hinted in their package design at which company they aspire to, and now at last they coomplete the circle. Can anyone doubt that this chocolate is posited as a direct comparison to Amedei’s Chuao? Amano has...
by Alex Rast
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Friis Holm – Nicaliso

The second in a series of ultra-exclusive chocolates (only 250 of each one, according to the Chocolate and Love order page for the bar) from tiny Danish producer Friis Holm. Even more rarefied, indeed, than the Chuno, this one ...
by Alex Rast
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