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  1. Johanna GGG

    but if we only talked about flavours we would have to be honest ourselves and admit that we don’t actually know what the real thing tastes like. I realise this because when you said it didn’t taste like violet I wondered exactly what violet tastes like – I just don’t remember if I ever ate it but I am sure I have had some smelly flavoured perfumed things when I was little like erasers and perfumed water

  2. Helen (grabyourfork)

    Sounds very sweet but as you say, at least it’s honest! lol at the twilight jibe!

  3. Kath Lockett

    “that old lady up the street who smells like potpourri” or, in my case, Chloe perfume and cocoa butter.

  4. The Food Mentalist

    I must say I totally agree with you about the honesty thing when it comes to labelling. Love your Bulla comment! I too am a chocolate maniac and I adore white varieties. Thanks for the review , very amusing 🙂

  5. Susan

    Oh how I used to love jersey caramels. Sounds like an interesting chocolate. So pretty as well!

  6. Anna Johnston

    Mmmm, your flyin near the edge with your Twilight jibe Sista!!!!!! I know, I know…, its pathetically dreadful when you pull apart the story, the writing or even…, well…., all of it really 🙁 but, but…. there’s Edward. Nuf said 😉
    Now…, the serious stuff…. this chocolate you speak of does sound verrryy sweet, but its pretty & sounds wonderful…, just don’t read the ingredients.

  7. GirlonRaw

    This seriously looks so pretty. If it didn’t have milk in it I would request you to send me over a square.

    Oh btw raw white chocolate only has cacao butter in it. I actually wonder if this is what real white chocolate should be?

  8. Simply Life

    Oooh now I’m curious what a violet flavor tastes like?

  9. Alisa Fleming

    You crack me up Hannah! Your flavours are spot on!

  10. Jess: cheshirekitykat

    You should make your own chocolate…. we could call it the Epitomy of Hannah’s Favorite Chocolate Flavor Flavour. Or I’m sure you could come up with something much more witty. 🙂 (p.s. I got a little thrill out of spelling flavor with a “u”. It made me feel very Aussie. Or British.) 😛

  11. Ameena

    Violet sugar? Seriously? How divine.

    What a gorgeous piece of chocolate…I am definitely keeping my eye for this!

  12. Amber Shea @Almost Vegan

    “Flavours” and lactose and all, I’d eat this. It’s so…so…pretty. And it’s got my favorite kind of chocolate (white – sorry, but it’s true!), my favorite sweet flavor (vanilla), and even my favorite color (purple). 😀

  13. msihua

    Myself? Not a big fan of white chocolate.. I need them dark,… and as black as night!!.. But white chocolate with violet.. HmMmmmm…. looks good!!!

    1. Allan

      yeh i’m not a big fan of white choc either… the darker the better HAHA =). with a nice red too maybe. Damn that makes me sound sooooo old.

  14. Conor @ HoldtheBeef

    Ah, and now I have finally discovered the horrible downside to my inner-city living… no stinky old lady up the street! I’m missing out on a crucial piece of our culture.

  15. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    LOL I love the idea of a truly honest world. Now that would be slightly scary wouldn’t it? But refreshingly funny. Imagine the food packaging “New and not really very much improved” or “25% bigger but with less actual food” 😛

  16. Agnes

    Hannah: now with nut butter and cooking chocolate flavour!

    Agnes: now with magic eyes and uninspired comments flavour!

  17. Camille

    Adding sugar, no matter what the flavour, to white chocolate seems completely unnecessary. Glad it didn’t sear your throat, though.

  18. Nisrine | Dinners & Dreams

    Pretty photos. They make me want to visit. Thank you!

  19. Bethany moody

    In My business studies A Level, i have developed a product on behalf of Cadburys, which happened to be White Chocolate and Cranberry, My teacher thought it was a strange coaliton of flavours, and on market research, i could find no such product, it wasn’t until i happened to feel peckish at lunch and wondered down to my local deli that i noticed this brand, and there, standing in the middle of the different types of chocolate, was the wonderous ‘Cranberry White chocolate’ I was elated! i at once brought a bar and took it back to my Business class room, we all shared a small bit, and i had to say, there is so much potential for this product on the common market, like Cadburys! simply discovering this brand has helped me so much. My other flavour ideas that i would have had to use if i had not discovered this were Biscuit and Caramel, far too similar to twix, dark chocolate and coffee, and dark choc mocha in solid form, and stawberries and cream, milk chocolate with stawberry pieces and cream set on top. so as you can tell, i am somewhat impressed 🙂 what a fantastic company.