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  1. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    Hehe did you really send the letter? 😛

  2. Lou

    Isn’t it a Frank Sinatra song?

    Oh you have a wonderful way with describing chocolate 🙂

  3. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    I am extra delighted that your last post led to even more love and happiness, and the fact that it did goes a long way towards confirming that good things cycle upwards and onwards in a wonderful way 🙂

    I am also in love with the look and sound of this chocolate. I wish more chocolate blocks came with perfect lettering. I would take great joy in eating the squares alphabetically

  4. leaf (the indolent cook)

    And your smile is infectious! I should really get myself some Askinosie… though I’m not a connoisseur, so I probably won’t be able to appreciate it as fully as you do. x

  5. janet @ the taste space

    A lovely love letter, indeed. 🙂

  6. Camille

    This is a broad, sweeping statement, but I think I like Central and South American chocolates best of all. The smoky and earthy flavors dominate, with just enough fruit to keep things interesting. Discuss.

  7. FoodFeud

    That is one gorgeously presented piece of chocolate. Glad it was tasty too.

  8. JohannaGGG

    I love the sound of a flourless chocolate cake in a chocolate bar – in fact I just love your description – I think our temperature is about the same as Honduras today – wish it meant we had wonderful local chocoalte like the askinosie but alas I don’t think so

  9. CCU

    I couldn’t help grinning at this chocolate and this post 😀


  10. Hotly Spiced

    I’m so furious with myself for not being able to think of the musical. I need to go out and get more kultcha. I love the letters on the chocolate xx

  11. Catherine

    I met Gene Kelly’s daughter decades ago in Paris! Does that count?

    Chocolate looks and sounds heavenly, but makes me worry everything that I will eat this week will disappoint..

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