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  1. Camille

    Can’t go wrong with Cluizel. And YES, come back to Paris on a chocolate-gathering mission. I will help. By the way, when’s your birthday again?

  2. Rose

    mmm looks delish! Ive never seen it here in Adelaide, then again Adelaide doesnt have much of anything when it comes to vegan food.
    Thanks for your message also and comment on my dress, I only just bought it last week in the sales- gotta love those january sales 🙂
    Hope your having a lovely weekend.


  3. Evan Thomas

    I need to not read food blogs during breakfast. I just finished off a chocolate Easter bunny and it’s 10am. Oh Lordy.

  4. Kate (What Kate is Cooking)

    Your description of this bar seriously has my mouth watering!

  5. Simply Life

    oh now I have a serious craving for chocolate!

  6. Victoria (District Chocoholic)

    Sounds like it has a delightful complex flavor, and it looks smooth too. A shop about a mile from my office carries Cluizel, I’ll have to be on the lookout…

  7. Amber Shea @Almost Vegan

    WHEN you meet someone and get married, he WILL surprise you with well-researched and specifically-Hannah gifts such as this chocolate right here. The bouquet? Mere detail. 🙂

  8. Kath Lockett

    Oh me too on the ‘tasted before blog was invented’ and haven’t found it/found other stuff/been given other stuff/been too lazy or tight to buy it and so forth.

    Might be time for a little trip into DJs soon…

  9. sophia

    You’re driving me wild! The only chocolate I have at home right now are Snickers bars! Not that they are bad…but they obviously pale in comparison to these gorgeous, divine bars!

  10. Ellie@fitforthesoul

    That choc looks soo decadent and luxurious mmmmm. Nice to meet you Hannah! Your life seems so interesting, and it’s so cool that you’re half way around the world away from me!

  11. The Food Mentalist

    Great post! You have transported me back to my chocolate and pastry tour in Paris, yummo! I might have to try and find this one in Sydney I havent tried his chocolate before, sounds divine!

  12. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    I now have a picture of you getting married and your groom licking your hands lol. Now that is an odd picture! 😛

  13. Lisa (bakebikeblog)

    Hints of olives, cherries and smoke? I am intrigued!!

  14. Agnes

    Phew, I’m glad you clarified that sawdust was in a good way. And perhaps the bridal bouquet of of citrus, walnuts, dulce de leche, and sawdust might not be too sticky if you kept the dulce de leche inside and the outside was walnuts and sawdust. Just in case you do want to reconsider.

  15. Johanna GGG

    Oh so you really taste chocolate to get an idea of what you want in your wedding bouquet, do you? Now I am having visions of a florist shop filled with bars of chocolate where people taste the chocolate to choose their bouquet – oh that sounds like just my sort of florist! Ha ha

  16. Anna Johnston

    Note to Anna: Step 1: Keep eyes firmly peeled to this blog for signs of Hannah’s tendency to wear odd socks. Step 2: Have Michel Cluizel ‘Concepcion’ on hand for immediate resuscitation in case deeper depression sets in.
    Right… got it. No worries Luv….., you can depend on me 🙂

  17. Susan

    I have never even heard of this chocolate! Where do you find these things, especially in Canberra?? Have you tried Aldi chocolate before? they have some pretty good varieties there.

  18. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    haha i loved reading this. sounds sooooo delicious. love the way you write 🙂
    Heidi xo

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