Dick Taylor Bolivia Limited Release

A few months ago, my friend Will H. sent me a delicious organic chocolate bar made with figs, and it was so good that I wanted to try a plain version of that bar. Well, thanks to an overnight trip to Los Angeles to attend the Fallout 4 ship party, I found a store that sold several Dick Taylor bars, including this one.

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I love this woodcut cover, and the back of the bar was equally beautiful.

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I love that this label shows exactly where in Bolivia that this chocolate is from, and that in addition to being 100% organic, this bar is just two ingredients: cacao and cane sugar. And look how beautiful the bar is.

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And man oh man, this bar was delicious. It was incredibly smooth and deeply chocolate flavored, tasting much darker than 70% cacao while also tasting creamy without any milk ingredients at all. I didn’t taste any malt, ripe fruit or green tea notes like the label suggested, but the bar did have a slightly sour aftertaste that reminded me of an unripe banana, but in a good way, if that makes sense. I would definitely eat this bar again, and I am glad I bought a few extra!

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