Do you prefer milk chocolate or the semi- or bitter-sweet chocolates?

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  1. KDeus profile image93
    KDeusposted 4 years ago

    Do you prefer milk chocolate or the semi- or bitter-sweet chocolates?

    If you prefer dark chocolates, what is the highest percentage of cocoa that you care for without it being too bitter for you? For me, anything between 80-90% is great!

  2. Kevina Oyatedor profile image66
    Kevina Oyatedorposted 4 years ago

    Chocolate all the way. White or milk chocolate.

  3. violet-femme profile image94
    violet-femmeposted 4 years ago

    I think we have the same taste, 80% - 90% for me too! Although I do occasionally crave something milky and sweet, but mostly dark please.

    1. violet-femme profile image94
      violet-femmeposted 4 years agoin reply to this

      I forgot to mention that fair trade chocolate is very important to me smile

  4. Foodstuff profile image93
    Foodstuffposted 4 years ago

    I prefer dark chocolates and the higher the cocoa percentage, the better. I also prefer to use and eat single estate chocolate. It's very interesting to see the influence of terroir on the flavour of the chocolate. My favourite is the chocolates made from cocoa bean from Madagascar - they have strong hints of red fruit like berries.

  5. Down South Mama profile image84
    Down South Mamaposted 4 years ago

    I'm all about milk chocolate. I find dark or semi sweet to be to bitter for me, and white dose not have any flavor and is way to sweet for my taste.

  6. RTalloni profile image90
    RTalloniposted 4 years ago

    Dark Chocolate, please, the highest octane possible.

    BTW, did you not know that Chocolate should always be capitalized?  wink

  7. peachpurple profile image80
    peachpurpleposted 4 years ago

    I prefer bitter chocolate, prefer those with 80% dark chocolates and no milk at all. I don't mind eating sugarless or milkless choclates too. Tried those before. Really cringe me out but awesome

  8. profile image57
    EmilySparks2894posted 4 years ago

    I prefer milk chocolate myself. I know dark chocolate is better for you, but it is a bit too bitter for me!

  9. profile image0
    Lazar Stevicposted 2 years ago

    I prefer dark chocolates 70% or above. The taste is a bit robust when the percentage is higher but it is good for sugar aware people. And it is good to buy organic and fair trade. I order my supplies online from Santa Barbara Chocolate - http://www.santabarbarachocolate.com/

 
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