I found this bottle of deliciousness at a liquor store right before Christmas 2012.
This chocolate milk was super yummy! I posted about it last year when I found it, but I wanted to have the label in my collection so, after I was finished drinking it, I soaked the bottle and peeled the label off carefully. I was happy with how well it turned out!
My friend Mike H. gave me this bar right before Christmas of 2012.
I liked this bar. It was simple and plain dark chocolate, but the label got me thinking. Isn’t all dark chocolate free of dairy, nut, soy and gluten? I mean, as long as it is not milk chocolate, or contain nuts or soybeans or wheat, shouldn’t any chocolate bar have that listed on its label?
I got this bar as a gift from my friends Larry and Maria in November 2012, and no, its name is NOT Aemhuu Cag, but that’s the closest I can get to its Russian spelling.
This was a wonderful bar, very dark and very rich. I ate some of it and then I chopped up the rest and added it to a batch of chocolate chip pumpkin muffins that I was making. And the muffins turned out great!
Tiff C. gave this bar to Robert too, but I tried a piece.
This was a very good bar, and it tasted much darker than I expected. I had had this bar before, but they changed to this new label that I liked better, so I have included it again. For science.
My friend Tiff C. gave this Chuao bar to Robert, but I helped eat it.
Growing up, rocky road ice cream from Baskins & Robbins was one of my favorite ice cream flavors, and I think this bar captures that taste very closely. I wish they made a dark chocolate version (of course), but this bar is very good!
My generous friend Lucy H. gave me these chocolates, also from her London trip.
These were delicious! There were two kinds, both chocolate-covered cream-filled truffles, one scented with rose oil and the other with violet. I liked both of them for different reasons. The rose ones were very strong smelling, and I could taste the roses when I ate the truffle. The violet ones were very delicate, and I could only taste the violets as an aftertaste after eating the truffles.
Thank you Lucy!
My friend Lucy H. traveled to the United Kingdom in the fall of 2012, and she found these chocolates in London.
I love these labels! These creatures are the Queen’s Beasts, which signify the Queen of England’s genealogy. There are ten of these creatures, the five above and the five below.
Unfortunately the milk chocolate tablets inside these labels had bloomed from exposure to heat. I tried a few of them, but their texture had been affected too. I am sure they were very good beforehand.