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  1. Rachel

    I LOVE Fremantle Chocolate chocolate! After I read your review of the dark chocolate, I hunted some down when I was in WA a couple of months ago. I ended up getting a milk chocolate + orange and a milk chocolate + caramel bar and both were delicious! I’m heading back to WA in less than a month and a visit to the factory is definitely on the list. Can’t wait to hear what you think of the other flavours in your parcel of goodies!

  2. Adrian (Food Rehab)

    I actually like the choc and chilli combination, especially in hot chocolate. Such a winter wamer, you feel me?

  3. Three-Cookies

    This sounds delicious, I would not complain either! I haven’t seen another blog dedicated to chocolate tasting notes/reviews. You are unique, it must be tough having to eat different chocolates…:)

  4. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    Oh! This was so exciting! I’m thrilled you liked it 😀 And so happy I was able to send it to you – this was a wonderful surprise to read on a Thursday night.

  5. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    Sacre bleu! I’ve yet to try this chocolate but I feel like I should make an effort to try it. And imagine living near a chocolate factory? Would you not be the most visited person among your friends? 😀

  6. Johanna GGG

    I see you turning into the Chocolate Buddah with willing disciples bringing bars of chocolate to worship at your feet 🙂 Of course I admire the cleverness of making friends living near chocolate factories and you couldn’t do better than Kari, who is a lovely blogger.

  7. Karen

    Hannah, you sure know how to make one crave chocolate! I used to be a hard core milk chocolate only person, but about 10 years ago or so, I pretty much stopped eating it and switched over to dark. Maybe once or twice a year, I buy myself a bar of milk chocolate, usually with whole hazelnuts in it. But spicy milk chocolate, now that’s on a different planet altogether – a planet worth visiting!

  8. Emma

    Now that I’ve successfully upped my spice tolerance, bars like this are much easier for me to deal with. One might say (that one being me) that I even enjoy them!

    Is it generally as tough to find WA chocolate in your neck of the woods as it is for me to find chocolate from the U.S. West Coast [except Theo]?

  9. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    What an exciting bar of chocolate! I’m always disappointed with the flavored chocolates that are too subtle in their advertised flavor. Love that this one had a real personality!

  10. Kath Lockett

    Ooooh, MILK and chilli combined together – I’d dearly love to try that combination. I haven’t seen any here though, so might just have to make some myself…..

  11. Junia @ Mis Pensamientos

    chili and chocolate reminds me of mexican chocolate. have u had their hot chocolate before? has a spicy kick to it. u would love it!

  12. Ellie@fitforthesoul

    haha ironically enough, I enjoy that tingling sensation in the back of my throat too 🙂 we are eating masochists in the best sense of the word 😛

  13. chopinandmysaucepan

    Yup, I love sweet and spicy women! They are so much fun.

    Is there a chocolate like that? Oh! I think I said this the wrong way round 🙂

  14. Errign

    I’ve tried a few chili chocolates and I just can’t seem to wrap my mind around sweet chocolate with the spice of chili.

  15. Lisa

    I prefer chilli in milk chocolate, even though I am most definitely a dark chocolate girl. I think it is because the sweetness works so well with the heat of the chilli. I must now figure out a way to bribe my WA friends to send this tantalising treat over my way!

  16. msihua

    I love chocolate and chilli combined… LOVE IT.. I knew that was why we could be good friends.. this love (and Disney) will bind us together!! Rather like meat glue, but in a less sticky situation 🙂

  17. Kate (What Kate is Cooking)

    Why do I always read your blog when I’m starving and there’s no chocolate to be found in my house?! Haha! If it wasn’t dark, I’d consider walking to a grocery store to pick up a bar. Your descriptions make me drool!

  18. Kath (My Funny Little Life)

    Sounds great! 😀 I’ve never had chili in a chocolate, but I can imagine it goes very well. 🙂

  19. Sarah B @ Bake + Bike

    Chocolate with chili is DELECTABLE!! I’ve only ever tried the Lindt dark choc kind, though.

    It DOES tickle one’s throat, now that I think about it!

    ps. Love your “chain of events” storytelling…hehe.

  20. Hannah

    Mm, I love chocolates that are offset by a touch of spice. I can’t really eat a whole, plain chocolate bar, but one that’s got some heat and excitement, you can bet it will be gone in a flash. 🙂

  21. Camille

    I want one now! But seriously, this reminds me that the way I ended up reconciling the sticky-sweet disappointment that was Bovetti’s milk chocolate with caramel and salt was to eat it simultaneously with the espelette pepper dark chocolate. I think you would approve. 🙂

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