Very dark chocolate, the expensive kind that comes in their own little individual foil and clear plastic wrappers, I cannot for the life of me remember what they are called. I suppose if I hadn't eaten them all friday night, I would have a wrapper or package to read off.
Now, I need someone to give over the codes for all these cute little smilie faces.....
Dagoba's "eclipse" organic 87% dark chocolate with very little sugar (7g for the whole bar, but I only eat 1/4 of the bar at a time). The best! I sneeze every time I have my first bite because it is so strong!! I'm not a huge chocolate person, but eat it for the antioxidants.
I have posted this reply on about 6 chocolate forums threads: Lindt Excellence Dark Chocolate/Chili (infused with spicy red chili)-- every time I post I have to go to the pantry and eat a square. I know it sounds a bit weird, but if you haven't tried this-- you should. It might not sound like the two ingredients go together, but think about it. Cocoa beans and chilies are native to the same part of the world. The spiciness of the chili comes through while the smooth richness of the chocolate taste remains.
Hands down, Green & Blacks! My husband introduced it to me while I was in the UK, but we have it here in Texas now. It is rare to find the White Chocolate here though. I think the White Chocolate is the best.
What is your favourite type of chocolate?There are many types of chocolate eg white chocolate, milk chocolate, semisweet chocolate, bittersweet chocolate and unsweetened chocolate. Which is your favourite and why?