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  1. C & MSP

    That WA list you have is obviously outdated now!

  2. Victoria (District Chocoholic)

    Good grief, were there any notes that this chocolate didn’t have? Impressive that you could tease them out with coffee beans in there, too.

  3. Emma

    Hah @ Victoria. Yeah, right? That’s like 59 flavors. Amazing taste buds!

    I buy Cadbury at my own free will, and I’m not ashamed. Although I haven’t in a few years. Hmm.

    How exciting that I get to hear of this Fremantle city twice in one week. First the really old WWI dude, and now incredibly-flavored chocolate! After never hearing of it before, and based on your impressions, I guess I’m maybe not missing much. Delights delights.

    Eew @ 1am jerky.
    Cute @ 1am kangaroos.

  4. leaf (the indolent cook)

    I’m too much of a wimp for 80% dark chocolate. So this 58% one sounds pretty awesome to me! 😀

  5. Miri Leigh

    58% sounds perfect to me. You sure know a lot about chocolate!

  6. Louise

    Sounds intriguing, and delicious.

  7. Bianca @ Confessions of a Chocoholic

    I LOVE reading this whole long description over a glorious chocolate bar. Deep in my heart I am a milk chocolate lover but I do know how to appreciate some good darks. A sweet dark chocolate sounds perfect to me!

  8. Kath Lockett

    “And lo!” – best reaction to chocolate ever…!

    And I’ve often wondered about whether the absence of vanilla would make a scrap of difference in most chocolate too. To be completely honest I find myself struggling (most of the time) to even detect it, so to try some that doesn’t contain vanilla would be interesting.

  9. sophie

    oh yum, lychee chocolate sounds delicious 🙂
    kangaroo jerky.. not quite

  10. Lisa (bakebikeblog)

    tasty tasty indeed!

  11. Margaret

    I’m glad you still love me despite my secret Cadbury habit!
    Hannah I’ve tried to force myself to like dark chocolate, I promise…..sometimes I have success and sometimes I don’t. I had the Green & Blacks 70% cocoa block a week ago and hated it. It is sooooo sour! If I want to eat sour things I’ll have lemons or limes!
    I do like their 85% cocoa block though.
    I remember you saying something similar, so I’m glad to be in good company. 🙂

    I want to give your 10 year old broken heart a hug! 🙂

  12. Errign

    I prefer dark chocolates in the 50% range, so this is my style. 🙂

    I too like to throw “le” in front of many words and pretend I am speaking french. 😀

  13. Johanna GGG

    western australia to me means shy whales, magical caves and mad English backpackers – and freo means mexican dinners – not at all the place one would expect excellent chocolate but maybe the mining boom is making connoisseurs out of our western cousins

  14. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    I don’t blame you for doubting our abilities in the chocolate stakes 😀 But I am very happy to hear there is an as-yet-untasted brand on my doorstep! The 15 minute drive to Fremantle is suddenly looking very appealing…

  15. marla

    I too go for the very dark chocolate, but this is sounding wonderful right now!

  16. emm

    Oooh you should try Margaret river chocolate next time you are over these ways. It’s AMAZING
    Trade aid dark chocolate is amazing too… not sure if that’s available out side of NZ though?
    Mmmmm, I’m hungry now, pass me some chocolate 🙂

  17. Blackswan

    Hi Hanna, stumbled upon your blog & dropping by from Luxury Indulgence!

    What a coincidence! I’ve just got back from Perth. I’d nice seafood @ Fremantle & shopping there 🙂 I love eating & cooking, travel, shopping etc. Looks like we’ve got something in common 🙂 Looking fwd to seeing u at Luxury Indulgence!

  18. Helen (grabyourfork)

    When I think of Western Australia I think of Wave Rock which I wrote about for my year 9 geography assignment. I still haven’t seen it up close!

  19. Anna Johnston

    WANT…. I have one request, please bring some special chocolate when we meet.. This week right. CANT WAIT!

  20. Whispering Gums

    Oh ye of little faith. It did win an award after all. And yes, I am heading back in June so you never know. Meanwhile, there’s always Japanese chocolate!

  21. Kath (My Funny Little Life)

    From all the chocolate I’ve tasted, I’ve often liked the medium cocoa range because it’s not too bitter and not to sweet. I’m not such a big fan of bitter chocolate (70 % s the max for me, and only a “mild” 70 %), and I often find it less chocolatey and not so melteable. (Is that a word?) The low cocoa chocs are too sweet, though. So there, I like the middle range. 🙂

  22. theresa

    Sometime you should post a photo of your tasting notes. I’d like to see the frenzy to get an idea of the method to your genius chocolate reviews 🙂

  23. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    Mmm I really enjoyed the food there. Although before I visited I must admit I didn’t know much about it apart from their seafood which we get here. And the Fremantle Doctor which is what I first thought of when I saw the packaging! 😛

  24. Susan

    That chocolate looks awesome, especially those slabs!

  25. Conor @ Hold the Beef

    Aw, you!

    When I think of the ACT I think of you, then politicians and porn and fireworks. Does this mean we’re even? 😀

    I shall be sussing out this chocolate for myself, oh yes I shall. Might even turn it into an excuse to head to Freo. On a weekend. So I can eat the best ramen in Perth! Well, Perth and Freo, I guess.

    I’m glad you’re not a Time Lord. Imagine if you got killed and regenerated in a body that DIDN’T LIKE CHOCOLATE. omg

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