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  1. Simply Life

    lime + coconut + chocolate = something I’d never think to try but love the sound of!

  2. Victoria (District Chocoholic)

    Your description has me wanting to make lime-coconut chocolate chunk cookies!

  3. chanel11

    My mouth waters whenever you review these bars – and such gorgeous packaging too!

  4. Leah

    wow this chocolate looks amazing, i love the combination of lime and coconut, but I’ve never tried it in chocolate!

  5. Kath Lockett

    Lovely lovely lovely lovely lovely lovely lovely!

  6. Fiona

    mmm sounds great 🙂 need to buy these things to share, I do.

  7. Johanna GGG

    those photos make me want to taste that creamy chocolate – seems your camera loved it as much as you! and reading about the lime made me think of sylvia tonight who wanted to bite into a whole lime (I think she loves green as much as we do) so I gave her a cut one expecting a rejection and she just kept sucking at it – weird! but made me think hmm maybe I should eat raw limes – now I see this chocolate I realise I just need limes in chocolate!

  8. Anna Johnston

    Hannah my lovely, as soon as you said fan-diddly-tastic. It smells like Key Lime Pie, but with chocolate I knew exactly the flavour you were describing…. or at least my little taste buds are convinced they know what you speak of…, so, gotta go now K? I’m off to the Old Bus Depot Markets. Key Lime Pie Oh My….. 😉

  9. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    I’ve only tried one of the Curious Chocolatier’s chocolates-I don’t think they’re easy to find outside of Canberra. I wonder if she stocks anywhere else in Sydney?

    1. Louise

      Those of us rendered helpless against temptation after Hannah’s postings often detour to their website to fill the void, which is especially useful if you aren’t in Canberra, or heading there soon. You can’t always get all the flavours on the website, but I can see me heading there for this one soon. It sounds fantastic.

  10. Camille

    I believe it is the law to quote that song lyric when discussing said combination. So glad I don’t have to issue a citation. 🙂

  11. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    Yum!! A delicious combination. Must look for this chocolate.
    & cops & robbers was the best game 🙂
    Heidi xo

  12. msihua

    OooOo… the smell of key lime pie would be enough for me to get this!!! Looks fab!!

  13. penny aka jeroxie

    Where do you find all these chocolate? Great description of them. Hope to catch you in Melb!

  14. hungryandfrozen

    Oh gosh this sounds good. Flaked coconut and lime oil, tick tick indeed. Totally snuff, even! 🙂

  15. GirlonRaw

    I wonder where lime oil comes from?? Or is it oil infused with lime? Hmm, you got me there.

    Love the way you write about your chocolate, you are definitely a connoisseur that is for sure! x

  16. Mandee

    That looks and sounds like a delicious block of chocolate! Heidi’s chocolates are the best, I just wish this one was dark chocolate too!

  17. whisperinggums

    Now I won’t be able to sleep with that song lyric in my head …
    Love the packaging too. So stylish.

  18. Gillian

    Coconut and lime are such a happy marriage, but I can’t help wishing it was dark chocolate and that I could get it here in Canada.

    Any way thank you for the great description.

  19. Conor @ HoldtheBeef

    Yeah, I had that song in my head from the moment I began reading this review. I suspect it will be in there for some time now. I was thinking yesterday how amazing it is that I haven’t heard Feliz Navidad at the supermarket yet this festive season, as that seems to be the theme song to my grocery shopping every December, and then of course I got it stuck in my head. Bringing the pain upon myself without the help of Coles this year, apparently.

    There is a lot of good in this chocolate, but I don’t like my coconut to be subtle. I want to be punched in the face by it (or have it drop on my head, perhaps?)

  20. Jess

    Maybe I need this chocolate in my life. I’ve come to hate coconut recently. My institute had its quarterly Iron Chef competition a few weekends back and the secret ingredient was… COCONUT. WOW! And it was quite amazing – I never realised you could ruin so many recipes with the addition of coconut. You like baklava? You’ll hate it now it has coconut everywhere in it! You like lasagne? Not any more – it’s full of coconut! I made peanut butter and dark chocolate truffles, and ruined them appropriately with coconut. So everyone who attended that night – a good 50 or 60 people – currently hate coconut. Could the milk chocolate + lime + coconut combination re-enamour us with it?

    1. GirlonRaw

      LOL!! Well I am a coconut fiend, but only become one since I started eating the young thai coconut, and fresh at that. Very different so please don’t lump my love in with the same ruin recipes 😉

    2. GirlonRaw

      LOL!! Well I am a coconut fiend, but only become one since I started eating the young thai coconut, and fresh at that. Very different so please don’t lump my love in with the same ruined recipes 😉

  21. GirlonRaw

    Sorry for the double posts honey, but I realised just too late that I had a typo in the first.

    Oh btw I am making Raw Vegan Chocolate Ice-Cream tonight for my mum using the young thai coconut. And not like I needed to remind you how much I am in love with it 😉

  22. Agnes

    Chocolate review by Agnes: Chocolatey. Limey. Coconutty. Sweet.

    Chocolate good.

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