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  1. Gabby @ the veggie nook

    that last picture made my heart melt :)

  2. Lou

    I MUST get myself some is this. MUST.

  3. leaf (the indolent cook)

    Aw, brother-and-sister love! I didn’t realise they changed their name from Conscious to Pana. I wonder why?

  4. CCU

    Awwwwwww too cute :D
    And this chocolate? Too delicious!

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

  5. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    Oh dear gosh, I need this chocolate now. I have seen it (but now can’t remember where. where?! where?! suddenly of utmost importance) but always resisted on account of the price. But a chocolate with this packaging, and these imprints on the bar, that tastes like fudge, and has berry bits in it…well, it clearly has to be tried. Thank you for the review and to your brother for facilitating it (love the photo too :) )!

  6. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    Such a cute photo at the end! And I’ve never had a decent raw chocolate, in fact I thought that they were just meh all round. I should have known you’d find one! ;)

  7. Hotly Spiced

    I see scouts bush-walking in that photo. And by a bizarre coincidence my husband has just left for the Blue Mountains where he and Alfie and all of their sea-scout group are going bush walking for the day. But back to the chocolate….this is something I am going to try and source. My mother loves chocolate but as you know she’s GF and DF and finding a chocolate that meets her high expectations has been near impossible. I will try to put some of this in her Christmas stocking xx

  8. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    Beautiful beautiful picture of you too – heart melts. Gah! I saw this chocolate the other day & didn’t buy it. Crazy, foolish girl.
    Heidi xo

  9. Sig

    I LOVE this chocolate – like you have been a bit meh about Aussie raw chocolate but this the first one that didn’t taste like ass. I also loved the choc-mint too – like a raw chocolatey after-dinner mint!! :)

    So cute you guys are :)

  10. Lyf

    You are a sweetheart. No need to reply, just wanted to get it off my chest!

  11. veganlisa

    Best review yet – I want that chocolate, a little vampire/yeti friend to bring me flowers, and to adopt your brother.

    xoxo

  12. Adrian (Food Rehab)

    Um, yayayayayay! This is available at my local supermarket. Sometimes I read your choccie posts and think dayem, one day my buds will get a chance to taste the amazing pictures of chocolate

    I also like the cool imprints on each piece – detail!

  13. Heather @ Sweetly Raw

    Yumm this choccie looks so good! Hurray for a GOOD Aussie chocolate! I’ll keep it in mind next time I’m there ;)

  14. Heather @ Sweetly Raw

    I reckon indeed ;) Speaking of choc… I will be trying the hemp bar tomorrow! Yippeeee!

  15. Johanna GGG

    oh that is cute packaging and the chocolate looks so good – now I think I have seen it about and am wondering where because I want some

  16. Emma

    Girrrl, what you doing chillin with the Boy Scouts?

    This chocolate is all sorts of messy sloppy pretty!

  17. Debi

    I must find this! :D

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  19. Louise

    Somehow I missed this post before. That picture of you and your brother is the cutest thing ever. Of course the chocolate sounds pretty good too. If I wasn’t just about to go overseas then I’d be whiling away these late night hours ordering some of this goodness online. I’ve only had raw chocolate a few times, and I can’t say I was a fan. It’s a textural thing of course. Now I’m tempted again.

  20. Noel

    Found a stockist of Pana and have to say I’m in love with their cherry chocolate. Have also tried Conscious but Pana tastes just that little bit better! Amazing stuff!

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