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  1. Lindsey

    This looks so good! Add coconut & dark chocolate and I might float away!

  2. Johanna GGG

    yep good chocolate goes so well with poetry – which is why a fun name makes it even better and your tasting notes are always a joy to read – these chocolates sound delicious

  3. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    I’m curious, what is the sea dog part?

  4. Amy

    Wasn’t sure what I was going to do tomorrow, but I think you may have just provided me with inspiration 🙂

  5. Choc Chip Uru

    I’ve only tried lime once in chocolate and didn’t enjoy it but this block may convert me 😛

    Choc Chip Uru

  6. Shenandoah Vegan

    One doesn’t usually associate Motezuma with something you want to eat.

  7. Hotly Spiced

    How lovely is Jordan! How good of him to become a reader, then a fan, then a friend, then a gift bearer. I do like the sound of lime and salt and the taste of summer. Can’t wait to embrace ours xx

  8. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts


    And reading this a few hours after getting off a (loooooong) plane ride, returning to a country that I love but which does not have chocolate like this, makes me a little teary. Oh, America and England, you have such good foods.

    Glad you got to enjoy these blocks!

  9. leaf (the indolent cook)

    The zingy lime sounds incredible. And I think I’ve ascertained there is no sea dog in the chocolate, but I’m still a little confused…

  10. Gabby @ the veggie nook

    I have never had chocolate with lime before. My life will not be complete now until I do this.

  11. Kris Kellens

    Wow, a wonderful collection you’ve received there! Especially the Valrhona and Michel Cluizel are high on my “to experience” list! Never heared of Montezuma’s, but that is just why I love to read your blog! Have a great day Hannah, and keep the wonderful stuff coming!

    Greetings from Belgium.

  12. Dan

    I sadly find Montezuma’s a bit disappointing. The dark chocolate isn’t very strong, it lacks flavour. It doesn’t taste very fatty, nor overly waxy, but really lacks intensity and flavour. The Bean Machine bar is a particular disappointment. One would expect a 70% bar with coffee to provide a real hit, at least in flavour, but it doesn’t.
    I think Green & Blacks is better to be honest. The branding makes one think it may be a bit more, and it’s marginally more expensive, however I’d say the quality and flavour is lower.

    My overall opinion, despite the “inventive” flavours, and promise provided by the slightly wacky combinations and naming, there’s no escaping that overall, it’s all a bit bland.

    Never has a product been so underwhelming. There’s nothing wrong with it, it just doesn’t deliver on it’s promise at all.