My friend Sissie C. brought me this chocolate bar from Canada.
First off, wow, this was a great chocolate bar! Despite being really high in cacao, at 91%, it was smooth and creamy, like a bar in the 70-80% range. And second, wow, this is Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory? I have had dark bars from them, and they have been exceedingly average and plain. Not this one! It was a HUGE hit with my co-workers at the daily chocolate eating meeting, and it disappeared quickly.
This was the last bar of the set my friend Mike H. gave me.
This was a very good bar, much better than the Burroughs Maple Bar, even though that bar had more cacao than this one. I liked that every flavor was front and present: the chocolate, the apples, the maple syrup and the smoked salt. They all combined so well. My co-workers really liked this bar, so it was hard to tell, but I think this one and the 83% bar were tied for the best chocolate.
My friend Mike H. gave me this bar too.
Yum! As a 90% cacao bar, this chocolate was really dark and bitter, and I loved it. It was a little dry and crumbly, so my co-workers didn’t like it as much as their 83% bar, but I thought it was very good.
My friend Mike H. gave me this bar when Robert and I met him for lunch a couple of weeks ago.
This bar was very good. At 83% cacao, it was almost perfectly in my sweet spot, being a little sweet and a lot chocolatey. My co-workers really liked it too. I think I have made them into chocophiles and they like the darker stuff now.
My friend Mike H. gave me this chocolate bar that he found in Canada.
First off, I love the label, with two bears in a hot tub drinking. That’s so Canada, huh? And I love the whole bright red color, which must be super bright if I can tell it’s red (since I am color blind). But the best thing? This bar was really good! It was dark and smooth and super chocolatey, and people wanted seconds and thirds. I need to find more from this brand.
We ate the last Jelina bar that I bought in Provincetown.
This bar was just OK (and not nearly the hit that their plain dark bar was). The almonds were broken into little pieces, and the cranberries were in some squares but not others. And the chocolate tasted different, not nearly as dark and fudgey as their plain bar. My co-workers said it was ok, and then I had to go to a meeting. Ninety minutes later, there were still pieces on my desk. I guess they weren’t fans.
I opened another Jelina bar that I found at a health food store in Provincetown.
This bar was fantastic! I didn’t think I would like it better than their espresso bar, but I did. The chocolate flavor was so pronounced that it tasted almost like fudge! And the bar was so creamy that you would have sworn that they used milk, but it was a pure dark bar. My co-workers loved it too, and several of them had seconds and took some pieces back to their offices so their co-workers could try it. I call that a hit!
I like this Jelina brand!