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  1. Lou

    I want BOTH right now. Amazing. I love licorice. And vanilla. As you would say – I love ALL the things.

  2. Camille

    Oh, that vanilla bar sounds heavenly. I can’t get on board with the licorice, but maybe that’s just because I’ve never been to Florence for gelato. Time to book a trip…

    In other chocolate-related news, I made a flourless chocolate cake for a friend’s birthday this weekend, and the amount and variety of good eating chocolate from Patric and Tsar that went into it is, quite frankly, embarrassing. Because it was expired. Expired! How could this happen in my house?

  3. Vien

    oo la la! They’re all so exotic! Though, I’m not a fan of licorice! HAHA I remember my brother tricking me into eating them! It wasn’t pretty 😛

  4. msihua

    I missed the bloggasary (and can no longer spell or bother with autocorrect) do you no longer love me? *SNIFF*

  5. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    Oh gosh, so pretty! And I love liquorice and chocolate but not chocolate coated liquorice – which makes the first block very intriguing indeed. I sense I’d like it a lot.

  6. janet @ the taste space

    I hated licorice, too, as a kid but now I love most things anise! It boggles my mind but I adore fennel. 🙂 This looks great.. I never would have thought to pair chocolate with fennel. 🙂

  7. Helen (Grab Your Fork)

    Should I confess that I once knew the lyrics to every verse of Vanilla Ice. No. I better not.

    I would like to try unconched chocolate though!

  8. Johanna GGG

    the chocolate photos are amazing – it just looks so so so good – I am particularly taken with the licorice chunks – love me some bullets (the chocolate kind not the gun kind) so I am most pleased to see your review of this one even if I never get to eat it

  9. Daisy@Nevertoosweet

    Ohhh licorice and chocolate 😀 I know so many of my friends will scrunch up their nose but I love this mix~

  10. hungryandfrozen

    It seems right that you’d like this chocolate, since it’s like the packaging is also reviewing the chocolate inside! I never ever liked liquorice but your description of particularly good examples of it is making me want to have a go at changing my stance on it.

  11. Chef Amber Shea

    Oh god the vanilla bean bar oh god. Beyond delicious.

  12. Spencer

    What a fabulous creation. I am not a huge licorice fan but eaten like this I am sure I would love it!

  13. Kath Lockett

    Even the actual label screams ‘Hannah!’ to me. In a good way!

  14. Kath Lockett

    Even the actual label screams ‘Hannah!’ to me. In a good way!

  15. leaf (the indolent cook)

    Ha, I’m also not sure about licorice but I’d give the chocolate a go. And definitely will go for vanilla. 😀

  16. Winston

    Oooh… Chocolate with seeds! I’m always down for substituting anything that contains nuts with seeds. Actually, I could eat a whole bowl of seeds on their own. But, uh, depends on which kind, of course ;p

  17. Hotly Spiced

    I’m glad you had a good anniversary! And I would just love this chocolate. I’ve always been a huge fan of licorice (dare I even say, ‘salt licorice’?) and I know it goes so well with chocolate. I’ll have to ask Santa for some of this for my stocking xx

  18. whisperinggums

    You know how I like texture … it’s the sugar crystals one for me. (Though the other looks pretty good too).

  19. Emma

    I agree with your mum, the sugar crystals sound stellar. Would you believe there’s only one chocolate bar in my house right now…… and it’s tiny?!? Ack.

  20. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    oh! These blocks look to me to be the MOST delicious of ALL your chocolate tales. I want want want! This Askinosie chocolate looks to be too darn good. Gah!
    Heidi xo

    1. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

      Askinosie doesn’t ship to australia. Boo.

  21. Ashley

    I’m not a fan of licorice, but I looove that first chocolate bar! I can’t resist typography. Or food. Combined it’s even harder.