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Dark Chocolate with salt [moved from Boston]

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Dark Chocolate with salt [moved from Boston]

lunchout | Oct 1, 2011 10:45 AM

I've recently launched a quest to try as many kinds/variations of dark chocolate and sea salt that I can get my hands on....

thus far:

Lake Champlain organic Dark Chocolate, sea salt, almonds...expensive, and excellent. 60%dark, justt the right amount of salt...my favorite so far

Salazon Dark Chocolate and Sea Salt....excellent, perhaps a better chocolate experience than the Lake Champlaign bar..., but I miss the almonds.

Salazon Dark Chocolate, Sea Salt, Turbinado Sugar - yuck, wierd crunchy bits of sugar ruin the experience.

Chocolove Roasted Almonds and sea salt - A little mild for my taste, but nice...prefer a stronger dark chocolate.

Godiva dark chocolate, Sea Salt, chopped almonds: meh - nothing to write home about. Mightas well be milk chocolate (almost)

Tazo Salt & Pepper: I know that the grainy feel to this choclate is intended...I just didn't really enjoy it. I haven't tried making a hot-chocolate with this...

...and, there's anotherone that I can't remember the maker of. darn. really god, 70% dark...

I'd love to get recommendations of more chocolates to try....

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