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  1. Louise

    OOOOH, this is going straight to the pool room. Straight to the High Fidelity Top 5 list of Wayfaring Chocolate bars that I want to try.

  2. Teresa (Teresa Tastes & Travels)

    Yes, we should all have a Jenny :).

    PS that fudge-like chocolate bar sounds divine.

  3. Simply Life

    oh this sounds like a great flavor to me!

  4. Maria @ Scandifoodie

    Interesting flavour! I’m not a fan of milk chocolate, but I could try a dark version if there is one 🙂

  5. Heather @ Get Healthy With Heather

    Such a unique chocolate bar! I could totaly get down with those flavors.

  6. Victoria (District Chocoholic)

    I also loved the balance in the Naga bar, and it has made me think about things I can make with chocolate and curry powder. I’ve contemplated brownies with a curry cream cheese swirl.

    Also, I want to make a bar called “The Best J-Girl In The World” with burnt sardines.

  7. Errign

    This flavor sounds fabulous. I’ve had a few of the Theo bars too – they’re yummy too.

    Sweet of your friend to bring you back some chocolate 🙂

  8. Kate (What Kate is Cooking)

    I would love to try a chocolate bar with curry in it 🙂

  9. Angela (the diet book junkie)

    haha…i think i need to find me some BBC Robin Hood! 🙂

    that has to be the most unique flavor of chocolate i’ve ever heard of. not sure if i’d have the guts to try it, but then again, i usually don’t discriminate when it comes to chocolate so who knows.

  10. Rach

    Hahahaha! I love the story at the beginning about you commenting on Robin’s tooshy! That’s so something my little sis would say in such a round about way. Makes me smile 🙂

  11. Anna Johnston

    I want a friend like Jenny too 😉 She sounds very cool to bring you back this cool chokky bar 🙂

  12. Maria@TheGourmetChallenge

    Jenny sounds amazing!! You’re extremely lucky to have someone like that in your life.

    Everytime I visit your blog I discover so much about chocolate!! Curry powder and chocolate…who would have thought!

  13. Johanna GGG

    of course you would have loved it however it tasted because of it what it represented about your friendship but I am sure you were glad to be able to honestly say how much you loved the taste – sounds lovely – I screwed up my nose at the cover but those spices sound delish

    And re coconut – I feel about it the way that sylvia feels about her dolly – having it at my side is great comfort and cheer

  14. Kath Lockett

    Awww, this is lovely in both senses of the word – friendship and flavour 🙂

  15. penny aka jeroxie

    I want to try this curry chocolate. What a nice friend 🙂 Very thoughtful.

  16. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    I feel the same way about meals-they’re always fun because you have them with the people that you love! 😀

  17. Tammy

    What a great friend! But that bar looks and sounds amazing! I bet we don’t have it here but if we do… I’m on it.

  18. Lisa (bakebikeblog)

    wow – what a unique choccie bar!!

  19. fatbooo

    Ha ha! curry chocolate, that’s very unusual…!

  20. Kath (My Funny Little Life)

    I’m happy you have a friend like this! It’s the greatest gift!

  21. Monique

    Curried chocolate?!?! Where can I find a friend like that?! 🙂

  22. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    What a sweet post 🙂 You have a lovely friend there! & friends who bring you chocolate are extra special.
    Heidi xo
    p.s. I love the name of this bar…”Vosges Naga”

  23. Julia @ Boredom Abounds

    Ooh, that chocolate sounds intriguing!

  24. Anh

    you always have the best review on chocolate! Seriously! I am so curious now!

  25. Agnes

    Oooh, do you reckon there’s a chocolate bar that’s flavoured with burnt sardines? It’s so wacky it might just work! Or at least, provide you with an interesting blog entry.

  26. Susan

    How nice is your friend Jenny! What an interesting chocolate bar as well. Never heard of curry flavouring and chocolate going well together..