Expensive producer from Italy. I wasn't a fan of many of their single varietals from last year, but tried the Porcelana that's a relatively uncommon strain of Criollo bean. Exquisite flavour -- everything chocolate is meant to be. Elegant interplay of fruit, earth and wood components, sweet and bitter, with a clean finish, no unbalanced acidity that characterized many of the single varietals from Domori that I tried last year. Good snap, shiny, signs of good temper. Only minus is a chewy texture characteristic of Domori chocolates which I'm not very fond of. A serious thumbs up.