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  1. Fiona

    Sounds… interesting.

    I do like the patterns though..

  2. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    Wow those are some interesting tasting notes! You know how people are always finding unusual tastes in wines-it’s quite similar. for the first pic I saw snakeskin-weird huh! 😛

  3. croquecamille

    I sure hope Mr. Chocolatey was better…

  4. Hannah

    Fiona: Interesting is probably the best word for it!

    Lorraine: Actually, you’re right, the first photo is very snakeskin-like! Now I want shoes made of snakeskin chocolate…

    Camille: You’re trying to trick me into wrecking the suspense 😉

  5. tasteofbeirut

    You are spurring me to do as you do, since I have always been a chocoholic!

  6. L-Izzle

    I’ve always been really interested to try these.. as much as I love flavoured chocolate/chocolate with additions, it fascinates me how distinct flavours can be from the chocolate itself.

  7. Agnes

    You’ve really sold that chocolate – cast iron? Cardboard? Yum yum. 😉

  8. Hannah

    Tasteofbeirut: If all I do in life is spur people to eat and think about and enjoy chocolate, I’ll be a happy girl 😀

    L-Izzle: I think realising that, about the distinct flavours, is one of the best parts of entering the non-mass-market chocolate world. Apart from the eating part, of course.

    Agnes: I ain’t just here to spruik the little blighters willy-nilly! 😛 But actually, a friend of mine loved this, and at first I thought it was quite good…

  9. Kath Lockett

    Yum! The packaging is so inviting (like CD covers) and then you make it sound divine….

    I *love* citrus notes by the way, but then again, there’s very little I don’t love about chocolate!

  10. Belle@OohLook

    You’re quite a deep person, aren’t you? Or else you’re just obsessed with chocolate 🙂
    Isn’t there a Lindt one from Madagascar (or is it Ecuador?) that’s nice and fruity. And no cast iron!

  11. Hannah

    Kath: Oh, the joys of pre-iPod CDs with artwork on the covers and included lyrics… Ah, so all the chocolates I review that I don’t absolutely love are probably ones you’d rate as the pick of the bunch!

    Belle: I think it’s just obsessed. 😛 If only I could figure out a way to make such obsession into a career! There are indeed Lindt bars from both Madagascar and Ecuador, though I’ve yet to try them. I’ve got some special Madagascar chocolate coming up, though 🙂

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