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November 4th, 2001

Chocolate Satisfaction

Given that this is an all-chocolate weekend, I figured I’d tackle the subject of the Best Chocolate Available.

Recently a few friends and I visited a local shopping emporium, which included a chocolate store. But not just any chocolate store – Neuhaus Chocolates. Allegedly, this was some of the best chocolate money could buy. I got to experience this chocolate, which a friend claimed “was to fucking die for”. My thoughts? It was very, very good. Very. But it wasn’t the best chocolate I’d ever had; in fact, I don’t think I could name a chocolate that was the best overall. Neuhaus had a great consistency and fairly good texture, but the flavor was too subtle for my tastes.

Have you had any great chocolate? -pm

Posted in Food and Beverage

FROM: Robert
DATE: Sunday November 4, 2001 -- 4:55:46PM
I'm a fan of Sexual Chocolate.

FROM: brant
DATE: Sunday November 4, 2001 -- 11:33:07PM
before i went vegan i used to be a huge fan of Milka chocolate. i dont know if its sold stateside but when i was in austria i ate at least one a day. (explains weight problem...)

FROM: Matt
DATE: Monday November 5, 2001 -- 12:45:58AM
I like any chocolate flavored cereal!

FROM: Patrick
DATE: Monday November 5, 2001 -- 3:23:28PM
My step-mother brought some chocolate back from Belgium. The stuff was incredible. Nothing, and I do mean nothing at all, that I have ever had from the States even compares to it. Barely solid at room temperature, this stuff slowly liquifies in you hand or mouth. Ghirardelli and See's don't come close to producing anything as fine as that chocolate. I wish I could remember the name of the place that made it -- more so, I wish I could order it online.

FROM: Robert
DATE: Wednesday November 7, 2001 -- 8:05:55PM
I find Chocolate Satisfaction in Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water.

FROM: jb
DATE: Saturday November 10, 2001 -- 10:18:32PM
Wilbur Chocolate from PA is outstanding, and is reportedly the base chocolate used by Godiva, yet cheaper and better! Lindt from Switzerland it incredibly rich, and Ritter Sport from Germany packs a punch, if you can get it fresh. It seems that when you do find it here, it has been sitting on a vendor's shelf for 6 months. Find someone traveling to Europe and request at least 4 bars of Ritter. They break apart into tiny, guilt-free, easy to eat squares. Yum.

DATE: Saturday January 1, 2005 -- 3:46:59 pm

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