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  1. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    Oh. WOW. Huge poppyseed lover over here absolutely geeking out at the thought of this inspired flavor! Poppyseed brittle in and of itself is an entirely new concept to me, so to then take it a step further and douse it all in chocolate…amazing.

  2. Lisa (bakebikeblog)

    wow – what a wonderful flavour combination!

  3. Leah

    Yummo this looks devine! 🙂 Love dark chocolate

  4. Lauren

    Funny you should say that — I had black sesame gelato exactly four hours ago! I didn’t know it could be done, but it was done, and it was done well. Therefore, I am confident in saying that I would embrace poppy seed chocolate (and gelato).

    So many tornadoes and hurricanes and floods around here! The western corner of my county was under water a few weeks ago. It’s the end of days! D: (All the more excuse to eat more chocolate.)

  5. Victoria (District Chocoholic)

    Awesome combo. I love crunchy little things with a hint of extra flavor in chocolate. New Tree has this bar with *flax* in it. Kinda tastes like sweet soymilk…

  6. Christine (Merf)

    Hmm. Did we already know The Pilot’s name? And really, I want to know more about him. I may have stalked your old posts to learn more and I may have been unable to learn much, and I may really be curious. Just maybe.

  7. Agnes

    Oooh poppy seed brittle! That does sound good. But why don’t you have pelicans? Surely it’s not an Australian city without a pelican?

  8. Fatbooo

    Lol, your posts (and comments) ALWAYS make me laugh! Can we get that in Melb? I’ve not had vegan chocolate before that actualy tastes good. 😉

  9. chanel11

    That would make the perfect gift for someone I know – everyone is going to be getting a block of their chocolate this Xmas 🙂

  10. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    This post provided a delightful starting point for various diversions on my lunch break 🙂 After gazing at your photos, I headed to the Curious Chocolatier site and gazed some more (I wish they would distribute to WA!) and then proceeded to your Paris post where you introduce your Pilot friend. I just hope IT aren’t monitoring my internet use too closely (or perhaps they’ll be similarly diverted and offer thanks for introducing them to food blogs and chocolate pictures!)…

    I also can’t wait to hear about the other new flavour you received 🙂

  11. Johanna GGG

    yes I am sighing longingly wishing to go to canberra just for this chocolate – you can have your porn, politicians and public servants!

    I am curious about the poppyseed brittle – it is toffeeish like peanut brittle? Of course I would love to taste to check for myself but will have to just ask you for now 🙁

  12. Kate (What Kate is Cooking)

    Poppy seed in chocolate, huh? That actually sounds really good!

  13. emm

    Feeling rather left out and jealous right about now! Oh you lucky little thing you 😉 That sounds PERFECT.

  14. Susan

    I wish we had pelicans too, cause that would mean we would be near the ocean!

  15. chopinandmysaucepan

    This looks pretty dark and rich, like some of the over-paid pollies in Canberra! 🙂 🙂

  16. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    Poppyseed! Now why haven’t we seen that before? I mean it’s just one of those things that you think should have appeared in our mouths and tummies sooner!

  17. Tammy

    Love, love, love that combination!
    Would even eat it in an open air cave.

  18. K

    sounds interesting but yummy, I want some!

  19. Margaret

    Goodness, poppy seed brittle! Why hasn’t anyone else thought of that before?
    There is no way Canberra could be a dull place – because you live there!
    And if deluded folks do think it’s dull, they need only watch you walking to work. 😉
    Did you still walk to work when we had that cold snap a couple of weeks ago?

  20. Lizzi

    … if only she could’ve thrown in some Froot Loops, globs of peanut butter, and half a gallon of tomato ketchup. Sigh.

  21. msihua

    Poppyseed? I knew you had to be high on something!! I think this would work really I’m not just taking your word for it. I’m making a sound judgement!

  22. The Hook

    Chocolate rules! Best recipe analysis I’ve read on WordPress yet. Good work!

  23. sophie

    sighing longingly right now !
    the packaging looks very nice too .

    crunchy stuff in chocolate is … awesome

  24. Laura

    Hot damn, that sounds AMAZING!!!!

    And how come no one told me about that place when I lived in Canberra? Not fair!

  25. Amber Shea @Almost Vegan

    I’ve lived in Tornado Alley all my life, and I’ve only ever been in one tornado. It’s not so bad here. 😉

    POPPY SEED brittle?! Very impressive! I wonder how I could manage a raw poppy seed brittle…

  26. Rach

    I’ve never tried poppy seed with chocolate before… sounds brilliant though!

  27. Camille

    Ooh! Now I want to make black sesame brittle!

    As always, gorgeous packaging.

  28. Alisa Fleming

    You hunt down the most amazing chocolate! Wow, this sounds so good. Must try at home.

  29. Jess

    I want that chocolate bar so desperately. That flavour would be amazing. Maybe I can do a tragic, inadequate copy of it on the weekend. It’s not for sale on the website, alas, otherwise I would be placing my order right now…

  30. CH

    This, my friend, sounds like a fantabulous flavor combination. And of course, I had to click on the “Pilot” link and read about this mysterious sounding man, and I read through the entire post about meeting him, and felt very excited, seeing as I am going to Paris next week, and maybe I shall meet a similarly charming man! 🙂

  31. Ada

    Wow, that chocolate looks awesome. There’s nothing like biting into a really good bar of chocolate!

  32. Shannon

    I want, I want, I WANT! I love poppyseed EVERYTHING. And Milk Chocolate with Lime and Coconut? This chocolate making Heidi you speak of needs to bring those to the US. Right now.

  33. Louise

    Oh. You’ve done it again. Whilst I can admit to not being the biggest sesame fan, I do so want to try this. Hmmm, and the lime and coconut one. I loved the caramel pecan one when I had that last year. Trying to work out how to get to Canberra sometime soon….

  34. Emma

    We drove through a swath of forest in Georgia where a tornado had obviously gone through. The mass destruction was crazy; so much detritus remained in the freeway median. Crazier was how skinny the tornado’s path was; it was maybe 200 meters at the widest point. Maybe less.

    I love this packaging – the paper looks almost Mast Brothers in appearance.