This is the section where we will review various chocolates. They won't necessarily be gourmet because we respect the chocolates that you find in supermarkets and drug stores as well. For those, we will review them if they're "different" in some way.
Brookside Dark Chocolate pairs silky smooth dark chocolate with fruits and nuts. I never thought I liked fruit in my chocolate until I tried these. Full review here...
Lindt Excellence has some excellent pairings, my personal favorite being the addition of chili, of all things. Full review here...
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