As for the chocolate, I like to use El Rey (Venezuela). I find that their chocolate has a natural flavor with a true sense of "wild" in the taste. I often blend it with some of the more refined chocolates. Also, Amano chocolate (also a member of The Chocolate Life) is a start-up chocolate maker. I have not tried their product yet but am planning to in the near future.
Please tell me more about yourself and your business. I still have a lot of family and friends in Holland and am thinking about finding a way to extend my business across the Atlantic to them.
Happy new year to you too Annick^_^, wish you could reach all resolutions which have been set up before in this year. Also for your chocolate business, may it run great in this year too, I've seen the all products of yours, those are gorgeous, beautiful, good luck Annick, May us protect always by the God's hands also...^_^
I could not disagree more about Callebaut. I do not view it as fine chocolate. To me the taste of cacao has been erased by wholesale over roasting and WAY too much vanilla. Thank you for the suggestion though.