Midnight 91% - Artisanal Blend - Ultra Dark Chocolate Bar
Ultra Dark Chocolate Bar. Brooding and Complex. It's the dark night of the soul for chocolate.
The 8.6 Oz bar has as much chocolate as 10 of the Ingots or 5 of the smaller bars.
Virtually unsweetened, Ultra
dark, brooding, complex, intense, lacking sweetness, yet
creamy without bitterness or acidic taste. It's the 'dark night of the
soul' for chocolate. Unlike other 'over 80% chocolates' this is
smooth and moist tasting. It was the only ultra dark we found that wasn't
dry or chalky tasting. Very low net sugar carbs.
Hand Cut Chocolate Pieces
When I first tried this
chocolate I couldn't believe my mouth. It was super dark, but the
specs said it was 91% cacao. Almost every chocolate bar I ever
tried over 80% was disappointing. They were either dry, chalky, bitter, or
lacked a creaminess, but this chocolate... Oh bittersweet chocolate
lovers, this bittersweet is the kind of the ultra dark you have been
waiting for. It solved every problem of the ultras while still giving you
the chocolate intensity that you crave. This chocolate shouldn't exist, but
Yep, it's that kind of a
dark chocolate and I couldn't be more proud. It's so artistic that I felt
it really represented something unique and special, and if you yearn for
ultra dark perfection then you should give this special variety a try.
Milk free, soy free, using real vanilla.
Couverture chocolate: This is the highest quality of chocolate that usually
has more than 30% cocoa butter. It has a richer and more
sophisticated taste and is really designed to give the maximum flavor with the
least amount of chocolate and is used for covering candies like truffles. I
chose this quality of chocolate not because it was the most profitable (it
isn't) but because it has the maximum amount of taste.
Wine Pairings - Wine and chocolate naturally go together
Fruity Reds (low tannins): Pinot
Noir, Syrah, Merlot, Cabernet, Zinfandel
Sweet Dessert Wines: Ruby Port, Vintage Port
Flavor pairings: Tropical Fruits, Berries, Citrus, Coffee, Teas, Spices, Herbs, and
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