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  1. CheezyK

    Hoolydooly, those Patchi chocolates made my mouth water! Meethinks it’s a good thing that my lunch break is over and the chocolate shops are so far away. (and no, spell check doesn’t like those words but I do so they’re staying 🙂 )

  2. Lisa (bakebikeblog)

    I am now craving chocolate!

  3. Kath Lockett

    Love the Patchi packaging.

    ….is that shallow and wrong?

  4. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    Who knew Middle Eastern chocolates would look so good? And who knew I would ever be called a sparklefairy?! Thank you Hannah – I like that very much 🙂 So much that I may adopt it as my new name.

    I’m glad you liked the chocolate, too, although I’d forgotten (or not noticed…) the butter oil. I agree that it should not be there!

  5. Sig

    Is there no better combination than dark chocolate and almonds? I think not.
    Or any nut really (let’s share the warm fuzzies here).

    Although I just discovered the Lindt Sea Salt flavour and dare I say it – I think I am in love.

  6. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    You certainly are clever! After all, how many people use beribboned! 😛

  7. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    So sweet! Gotta love chocolate packages from overseas! Or just in general 🙂
    Heidi xo

  8. muppy

    it just sounds so exotic to have chocolate from the middle east, you lucky girl 🙂

  9. Emma

    Butter oil sounds like something I want to have a cupful of, everyday. IT SOUNDS DELICIOUS.

    Although whatever it actually is probably is sort of gross. BUT: we were just given a bottle of crazy amazing olive oil that tastes like buttered popcorn, so that’s probably why I’m getting frothy over the mention of ‘butter oil.’

    Emma out.

  10. Jesica @ Pencil Kitchen

    I want one! NaO!

  11. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    Ooo. They’re all beautiful. I love that you get to try chocolates from all over the world.

  12. sophia

    Pooo….I’m so envious, because right now I’m just munching on a fake Easter chocolate egg that was half price off because…well, it’s WAY past Easter. Haha!

  13. juniakk @ mis pensamientos

    hannah, i’m sorry i’ve been so on and off but i have read through all your eloquent written posts :). oh my, and all those chocolate reviews, yum! i still remember when you met robyn last year because that is when i first started reading your blog. can you believe already a year has flown by? 🙂 hope you are enjoying the week!

  14. Hannah

    Oooooooooh yum! I want the buttered popcorn. Yum!

  15. Iron Chef Shellie

    I have a feeling I’ve had patchi before…. the logo looks familar anyways!
    damn I need a chocolate fix !

  16. Gary

    I think you are very clever 🙂

  17. Choc Chip Uru

    Chocolates from overseas always get me more excited – I love pur chocolate here but from overseas there is just such exoticness 😀
    These look amazing and of course have me drooling 😉

    Choc Chip Uru

  18. JohannaGGG

    I’d love to see blue chocolates and I ‘d love to taste the praline chocolate and I’d love to see you having a stern talking to the fremantle chocolates folk about butter 🙂

  19. theresa

    Ohh, butter fat. Such a shame. Either way, all the chocolate looks yummy – but that first one, the inside shot of the hazlenut – wowie!

  20. Catherine

    Oh Hannah you are making my honey-coated kamut rice bubbles feel very boring this morning. And I don’t think there is any chocolate in this house!

  21. Kath (My Funny Little Life)

    I really, really like when chocolate comes in tiny bites which are all dressed in beautiful gold paper … It somehow seems so noble and sophisticated, and reminds me on the tiny chocolate bits you find on the pillow of your bed in good hotel rooms, to have a little sweetness to happily close the day with. (However, this doesn’t apply to candy-style single packaging like this—schokobonbons-aus-haselnusskrokant–1-kg.jpg or packaging you have to tear open, but only to this gold paper which I like to imagine was gently coated around the chocolate by careful hands.

  22. Robyn (GirlonRaw)

    Oh Hans did you really wait this long to try them or just to blog about them? And I am going to send you some dark ones PRONTO!!!!!!

  23. Ali

    Oh…yum…a blog about chocolate!! Those Patchi chocolates look divine 🙂

  24. Hotly Spiced

    I’ve had three phone calls while trying to read your post. Now I’m all confused! I do like almonds in my chocolate. I do like my chocolate to be dark and I’m also a fan of marzipan. Sounds like the sugary almond chocolate is for me xx

  25. Louise

    That first Patchi chocolate looks absolutely delicious, I’m sure it would make a fabulous breakfast.