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  1. kat

    fig, fennel, almonds and dark chocolate sounds delicious! thanks for stopping by my blog :)

  2. Lorraine @NotQuiteNigella

    I’m such a sucker for pretty drawings and packaging I’d probably develop a collecting habit for these!

    1. whisperinggums

      Just like I once used to soak off wine bottle labels!

  3. Hannah

    Kat: It was dangerously delicious! And thanks for stopping by mine too – I’ve loved looking at yours ever since I visited my brother in Japan a few years ago and fell in love with the food!

    Lorraine: Don’t give me ideas! :P My suitcase is barely larger than a carry-on; I don’t think I can afford the space required to keep chocolate wrappings well-preserved and pristine! But they certainly are gorgeous, and not all of cats either!

    Whisperinggums: That’s what being an archivist will do to you!

  4. Carrying On

    This sounds delicious. All of it. I am living vicariously through you now. Curses to my current location (work) and curses to my health kick (foolish). PS way to plug your thesis.

  5. Hannah

    If I won’t, who will? :D

    And we’ll rid you of that pesky health kick come February.

  6. Lorraine @NotQuiteNigella

    Shall I admit now that I’ve kept all my clean boxes from Laduree? OK yes that probably qualifies me for a hoarding license :S

  7. Hannah

    I completely understand that! I remember taking about a dozen action shots while unwrapping a Mont Blanc in Japan, as it come from the department store underneath Kyoto station and was packaged like a piece of jewellery from a high end store. More delicious than jewellery, though :P

  8. Johanna

    fig and fennel sounds great – I had fig and orange chocolate in Scotland recently and loved it

  9. Hannah

    Oh, I do wish I liked the flavour of orange in chocolate! I seem to be missing out on some lovely chocolates because of that little glitch in my tastebuds…

    Thanks for visiting my little blog :)

  10. croquecamille

    Visited the Theo factory in Seattle last summer – my favorite thing was the ganaches made with scotch. They had four different kinds, and all were distinctly different. Very neat, and worth checking out if you can find them.

  11. Hannah

    croquecamille: Oh, I’m envious! Would so love to tour their factory. I actually did go to Seattle the last time I was in the States, and really liked the city, but it was before I got seriously into chocolate so I didn’t even know about Theo. Lost opportunity, sigh.

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