Madagascar 65% - Single Origin - Dark Chocolate Bar
Lighter, rich, and honey-like sweetness mingled with the taste
of red berries and raisins. Soy free, All Natural
Eat the rarest chocolate
bar in the world
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This African chocolate bar has a lighter, richer, and honey-like
sweetness mingled with a spicy finish and the taste of red berries and raisins
is immediately apparent. It tastes like a dark milk chocolate with a lot of
flavor, but all the uniqueness just comes from the cacao bean just like all our
other chocolate ingots. You will be surprised it isn't a milk chocolate. It
could be called a dark chocolate for milk chocolate lovers. And its only 125 calories
per square. Milk free.
The Madagascar Criollo is actually pretty rare as the Criollo
bean is the rarest variety in the world. I think that once you taste this
variety you are going to laugh too because it is so unique and delightful. Can
you imagine that a chocolate bar actually tastes like fruit all by itself with
no further assistance It's just the way God made it. Some things are great just
the way they are.
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
Light bodies Fruity Reds: Low Tannins, Beaujolais, Pinot Noir, Merlot
Fruity Whites: White Zinfandel, Saveuenon Blanc, Gewurztraminer,
Sweet Dessert Wines: Ruby Port, Vintage Port
Dried Fruit, Cherries, Stone Fruits, Hazelnuts, Pistachios, Caramel,
Honey, Vanilla and Teas.
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, Criolo beans
, or Types of Chocolate