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  1. Gabby @ the veggie nook

    Wow this chocolate sounds so good! Did you get it in Canada? If so where? All the things you loved about it sound like things I can totally get on board with.

  2. Lou

    Yum yum yummo. I would like all of these, I can tell you that. What awesome flavour combos…. plus they are all deliciously dark. Perfecto.

  3. Vien

    Loving the names! So exotic and mysterious 😛 I would really enjoy the ginger one though, the lemon salt one would be a close second!!!

  4. CCU

    Those are some gorgeous slabs my friend, though I am partial to the mango one 😉


  5. Catherine

    Oooh! I am starting to feel like an addict. These photos were too beautiful, too alluring, too crisp. And there is no chocolate in this house BECAUSE I ATE IT ALL and now I have to go and shop and I will NEVER FIND CHOCOLATE AS BEAUTIFUL AS THIS.

  6. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    Ok I must be thinking on them because I really thought that that chocolate had Jupiter in it 😛

  7. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    I was sold at the “health through pleasure” line. The flavours – such incredible flavours! – were a bonus and now I have this chocolate in my Favourite Chocolate category without even trying it. Your reviews are powerful indeed 😉

  8. Daisy@Nevertoosweet

    I love how you always find and review chocolate brands and flavours I have never heard of and never thought possible 🙂

    I’d love to try the mango one ~ I’m addicted to mangoes again lately cuz it’s getting warm here in Australia hehe

  9. Lisa @ Blithe Moments

    The combinations remind me a bit about the now sadly departed Curious Chocolatier. And the “health through pleasure” that is genius marketing!

  10. JohannaGGG

    I like this write up very much – reading your tasting notes (sourdough!!!) is always illuminating – but reading about greek goddesses is a little bonus here – and I would love to sample every chocolate in this range too based on reading about these three

  11. Helen (Grab Your Fork)

    I think we all need to be a little more assertive every now and then. Juniper may be stricken by fear, insecurity and anxiety but we all know how great it could be if it just relaxed and allowed itself to shine 🙂

  12. Helen (Grab Your Fork)

    You know the way – it’s just a matter of taking that first skip 🙂 I would love to visit for poutine though! /clicks heels

  13. Hotly Spiced

    Before I discovered your blog I had no idea there were so many different types of chocolate in the world made by so many different companies. I haven’t heard of this Greek goddess chocolate but I love the packaging and the tag line is great and the flavours sound so much more interesting than ‘caramello’ or ‘hazelnut’ or ‘forest fruits’ – and I’m sure they taste better too! xx

  14. Sig

    I love how these chocolates are named after goddesses and the packaging is so fun and bright!

    Wishing we had more of that loveliness here in Aus. *sadface*

  15. Emma

    Everything about this chocolate is brilliant. Brilliant! I’ve never seen or heard of it before, so I’m pleasantly shocked to learn of its existence. Man, those flavor combinations make me think of the things I dream up…. or wish I’d dream up, anyway:)

  16. Heather @ Sweetly Raw

    This looks heavenly! Can you get it in north america?! Mmm the mango juniper sounds interesting. Such pretty packaging too.

  17. Whispering Gums

    The packaging is gorgeous too …

  18. Louise

    Hmmm, as one stuck in stupid-boring-chocolate-Australia it’s very dispiriting to see such wonderful temptations! I checked out their website, and was hoping it was European, but then I see that it is American. New York isn’t on the calender til 2018. Oh well, I’ll have to wait then….

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