Chocolate Taste Tests:
Dolfin Chocolat: Created in Belgium. Noir au Thé Earl Grey (dark chocolate, Earl Grey tea, vanilla).
Dolfin bars, compared with an adaptation of the Chocolate Taste Test by Chantal Cody.
|Noir au Thé Earl Grey.||52% dark chocolate, Earl Grey tea, vanilla.||9/10.||A drop-dead gorgeous chocolate. The taste stops me in my tracks.
Details for obtaining Total ~ 9/10.
Smell = 2: spices; intriguing light perfume of bergamot informs the chocolate.
Sound = 1; a snap, but a little muffled.
Sight = 2; Dark with clear broken edges, with hint of texture (ground nibs?) to come. The wrapper is to be the MOST SENSIBLE AND ELEGANT ever experienced, a resealable pouch that obliterates the usual pantomime of actually getting at the chocolate unhindered.
Touch = 2; Nice sensual surface; melts at appropriate speed in mouth.
Taste = 2; Bergamot fills the back and sides of the mouth. Chocolate melts slowly.
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