Pear

Here are all the posts on Chocablog tagged with the term Pear.

Flagrants Desirs Noir Poire

I remember reading something a couple of years ago that pear was going to be everywhere very soon. The only reason I really remembered was because not long after I was given a box of rather splendid chocolates that had …

Klaus ‘Poire William’

Here’s something of an oddity – French Chocolate with a German name containing Williams Pear Liqueur. Pear and chocolate is less of an oddity than it used to be, and that’s mainly due to European offerings like this one. I’m …

Camille Bloch Williams and Grappa

Courtesy of Rainer and Oliver at Premier Food and Beverages comes two liqueur blocks from third-generation Swiss-based chocolate company Camille Bloch. Established by Camille in 1929, the company is now being helmed by third-generation family members Daniel and Stephane …

Carrefour Noir Poire

From French supermarket chain Carrefour and by way of Doha, Qatar, this 64% cocoa bar with pear and caramelised almonds caught my eye while I was over there last December. It’s rare to see pear chocolate, and certainly in bar …

Lindt Williams

No, that’s not the name of my Fantasy Boyfriend. Being barely able to master my mother tongue – English – I’ll come out and confess to you that I have no idea what Aus Fruchtigen Williams-Christ-Birnen actually means (“From …

Chocolate Masters House of Minerva, Bath

Time for another tale of chocoincidence, choco-karma or whatever you wish to call it… Picture this, it’s a hot day in August and I’m in Bath town centre. My dodgy knee has decided it doesn’t want to play and so when …

Lindt Excellence Poire Intense

After my recent spate of ‘oddball’ reviews I thought I’d pop in something a little more ‘normal’ – a Lindt bar I bought in Spain a little while ago. Another member of the ‘Intense’ range, I hadn’t seen this in the …

Chocolat Factory Pear & Chocolate Jam

One of the things I love best about travelling is the coming across small independent companies who put their heart and soul into making top notch chocolates. Sometimes they can be very ‘serious’ artisans like Signor Aguzzi in Milan, and …