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"Short answer: bourbon and single malt scotch, in that order
- Kentucky bourbon chocolates (great base for a winter hot milk/chocolate beverage), from Louisville, KY
- Devil in an Apron's Chocolate pecan pie with bourbon, from CA
Eating a different chocolate every day for the past 1,000+ days.
I've enjoyed sampling chocolate items while traveling, including a small dog-shaped "black" chocolate in China, and cocao pod fruit in Costa Rica. Chocolate-covered grubs were not my favorites. I'm creating a chocolate "spin the wheel" to pick a random companion flavor to mix w/ dark chocolate, from a list of a few thousand choices; I'll put this on my blog.
My favorite chocolate is:
Too many to choose just one. They're listed on my blog (chocolatebanquet.blogspot.com)
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There definitely are some amazing dairy-free chocolates out there.They let the cocoa shine with few distractions. I am working on a website to showcase all the wrappers and my take on their tastes, appearance, etc. But my current fave is Mast Chocolate in Fleur de Sel 81% (though I haven't had anything from Mast that wasn't amazing). Michel Cluzel Los Ancones is another recent favorite. And Schardden Berger's 99% is a go-to for an everyday fix. :)