Slab

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Hotel Chocolat Tutti Fruitti Slab

It’s always a nice surprise when the postman knocks on the door with a big box from Hotel Chocolat. This particular delivery contained two 500g chocolate slabs with a summer theme, and this Tutti Fruitti one really grabbed my attention. Made …

Camaya Milk Chocolate Slabs

After my recent review of the Camaya Dark Slab I had an email from Anita (Queen Camaya) offering me the chance to try a few more of her products. As I was sent a brace of milk chocolate slabs I …

Yarra Valley Chocolate Swirl

I was in the department store David Jones on a sweltering 39C day and, in air-conditioned comfort happened to ‘find’ myself in their gourmet food hall’s chocolate section. Admittedly what attracted me initially was the similarity to those Hotel Chocolat type …

Nuggs Mango & Cardamom Milk Chocolate Slab

I came across this bar while browsing in a branch of Oil & Vinegar, wherein I was very pleased to discover a number of unusual chocolatey products. There were a number of Nuggs bars available, but I chose this one because …

Hotel Chocolat Halloween Minislabs

Halloween is nearly here, and while I’m not a major fan of it myself, any excuse for more chocolate can’t be all bad. So here we have a seasonal addition to Hotel Chocolat’s “minislabs” range. Having only ever reviewed their giant …

Cocopia 34% Milk Chocolate Mini-Slab

Another offering from Tesco’s pet Swiss chocolatier, and this time it’s a milk chocolate. This one is made using Ghanaian Forastero Beans, and they give it a full-bodied, very smooth cocoa flavour. The bitterness level of the beans is relatively low, …

Cocopia Dark Chocolate Slab

Another small slab from Tesco’s own private Swiss chocolate maker, Cocopia. This one is (as you can see) made with a 64% cocoa chocolate which uses Javan Criollo beans. It’s also dusted with cocoa nibs (a personal favourite – I …

Sainsbury’s Dark Chocolate & Honeycomb Slab

It is said that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. It’s also true that there’s money to be made by nicking a good idea. This Sainsbury’s ‘Taste the Difference’ slab is one of a number on offer, and as you …