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  1. FoodFeud

    Aren’t brothers fantastic? mine always knows exactly what to get me too. 😀

  2. Helen (Grab Your Fork)

    A brother who regularly sends you chocolate is well worth keeping!

  3. Hotly Spiced

    Hello Frankly! You have a wonderful brother and he not only speaks your language but is generous and thoughtful with his gifts. I really must look out for this chocolate. It would make excellent gifts to send OS and of course my own private stash could do with some too. I love the pattern on the bars and how it is flavoured with our own homegrown bush tucker. I’d love to try it. And yes, it was rather mean of me to complain about our weather – especially to someone living in Toronto – you would have thought the weekend positively balmy xx

  4. whisperinggums

    Ooh, they sound wonderful Hannah … I want to taste.

  5. Johanna GGG

    Times like these I feel shame that you are tasting our local chocolates over the other side of the world I have never come across them – must get out more – esp if it means I eat this sort of chocolate – sounds amazing in every way. If only I could trust summer not to horribly hot I could sneak some into the christmas gifts

  6. Choc Chip Uru

    Your brother sounds like mine, aren’t we super lucky? 😀


  7. leaf (the indolent cook)

    Yay for awesome siblings! I love the sound of these chocolates with their interesting native flavours.

  8. Gabby @ the veggie nook

    Your description of your brother is exactly why I begged my parents to adopt me an older sibling when I was small. While I didn’t get my wish, I love that your brother is able to give you so much comfort and warm squishy feelings from so far away!

    That chocolate sounds delicious 🙂

  9. Maureen | Orgasmic Chef

    How cool! Apart from the Aussie bits in the chocolate, just having chocolate with little footie prints on it makes me smile. 🙂

  10. Shenandoah Vegan

    My brother used to send me Juicy Fruit Chewing Gum when I was at sleep away camp. Guess your brother is doing a little better.

  11. Louise

    What a sensational gift! He is certainly looking after you up there in the tundra, with little tastes of the Australian bush. Who knew that you could eat paperbark? It’s never looked tempting to nibble on, although I do like touching it. I like the look of the bar with the cute little footprints, but must admit that bars without form to break easily into pieces drive me to distraction.

  12. Joanne

    Haha your interactions with your brother sound eerily similar to my interactions with mine! Brothers are the best, aren’t they?

  13. hungryandfrozen

    Hurrah for family injokes!

    Also hurrah for chocolate which is supporting local people like this.

    And hurrah hurrah hurrah that it tastes so delicious.

  14. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    Their store is fabulous-worth a trip to the Yarra Valley in itself!

  15. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    Never mind paperbark, I can’t get past the Forest Anise title! What wonders your brother found. He is definitely a gem 🙂 I can’t wait for the other blocks to be reviewed now xo

  16. Ana Aires

    Hi Hannah!

    Lucky girl! You’ve a great brother sending you such wonderful presents 🙂

    I’m Ana from Portugal and I’m also in love by chocolate! But only the dark one :-))
    I enjoy very much visiting your blog so keep with your opinions and amazing photos of delicious chocolates and recipes!

  17. Daisy@Nevertoosweet

    YAY so lucky even though you’re no in Melbourne or Australia your brother still sent you some AuSSIE chocolates 🙂