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  1. Simply Life

    oooh I’m so intrigued by all these fun chocolates you try!

  2. Angela (the diet book junkie)

    oh wow, i need a friend in France to send me some chocolate.

    also, i read your previous post Hannah, i hope you’re doing well over there! 🙂

  3. Victoria (District Chocoholic)

    The slow-to-come flavor dark chocolates are so odd. I’m not sure if I like the anticipation it builds, or dislike the immediate lack of flavor. Puzzling.

  4. Kath Lockett

    I’ll let you have this one – 85% are hard work in my opinion.

    I’m rapidly trying to catch up on my favourite blogs – your big decision? Can you share? If not, I’m glad that you’re relieved and happier – that’s the main thing.

  5. Kate (What Kate is Cooking)

    Oh, yes please! I am a recent almond fan, so I don’t think I’ve ever had it in a chocolate bar!

  6. Margaret

    Well I happen to think you are a very daring individual! You have travelled to many different lands, you love trying new things and you’re not afraid of posting pictures of yourself in unusual poses on the internet! Very daring indeed.

    Everything will work out in the end Hannah. There are no wrong decisions in life. You can only trust your feelings at the time. And you’ll always have your blog buddies here to support you. xx

  7. Maria @ Scandifoodie

    This is my kind of chocolate! Anything below 85% tastes way too sweet for me, so this is just perfect!

  8. sophia

    The girl was smart (and sweet) to send you chocolate! Can I be friends with Camille, too? 😉


  9. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    I think the moral of the story is: everyone needs a Camille! 😀

  10. Johanna GGG

    you really know how to sell chocolate – “energy boost” sounds so healthy! I love how you make being square sound so interesting (or is it just me who thinks tasting notes on chocolate is cool!)

  11. Helen (grabyourfork)

    Ooh I love your tasting notes. “Ember-flecked swirls” sound like food porn poetry 🙂

  12. Kath (My Funny Little Life)

    Wow, what a title for a blog post! 😀 And you described it perfectly, I can almost enjoy that chocolate with *all* my senses myself now! I can even hear the breaking sound … 🙂

  13. Alisa Fleming

    I will ask it again, where do you find all of these amazing chocolates!!!????

    I love that nickname, cubey, too cute!!

  14. Ellie@fitforthesoul

    is this a cruel joke on US Hannah?! 😛 haha cartwheeling~I can imagine your cute self all across Canberra whoowhooo~ almonds in chocolate is one of my fave ways to eat chocolate. mmmmm have a sweet day 🙂

  15. msihua

    Awww.. but cubey… you are adorable!! I love chocolates with mass amounts of slivered almonds… or any nut really.. cos I’m a bit nut fan… or a nut.. haha.. not funny..i know.. *sigh*

  16. Peggy

    Care packages are always awesome! This chocolate sounds divine! I’m a high cocoa content kind of gal, too!

  17. Conor @ HoldtheBeef

    A clack! I could hear it clear as.. clear as a CLACK when you said that. And then I got all excited and wanted to recreate it but then I realised I have absolutely NO CHOCOLATE in the house! None! Well, that’s not true, I have some amazing chocolate coconut butter in the house, but that refuses to clack entirely. It doesn’t even try, no matter how many little spoonfuls I scoop out.

  18. Anna Johnston

    I love your idea of dare Hannah 😉 Keep up those cartwheels girl 🙂

  19. Camille

    Yay! You have no idea how happy I was when I saw this post title, and knew it was a chocolate I sent you. (Unless you have other friends in France I don’t know about who sent you the same chocolate.) So glad that it was good! I admit, I haven’t had this one before, but I thought it sounded both good and like something you would enjoy. So yay again!

  20. Vaala ◪

    I think (that I should stop thinking??) that you should just live with your chocolate brain…surely? Normal brains are SO overrated. In fact, we had quite a long discussion about being normal as opposed to being crazy in our flat the other night and it was definitely decided that being crazy was way better (by crazy I think we meant staying up late watching trashy TV, eating A LOT of chocolate and popcorn (despite the fact that it got rather burnt as one of my flatmates decided popping it with oil and sugar would be more fun than, well, having non burnt popcorn…not that it stopped us eating it) and singing along as loudly and as badly as possible to every song on American Idol. I woke up with a wicked hangover…and I hadn’t even drunk anything. Typical.

  21. Agnes

    Hooray for life changes. And cartwheeling. Though preferably not in dresses.

  22. Susan

    Wow a care package from france. that is awesome!