Côte D’Or Tamun

Posted by in Chocolate Reviews on July 8 2012 | Leave A Comment

This 80g bar from Côte D’Or (a Kraft brand) was sent to me some time ago as part of a promotion. Unfortunately, I’ve long since lost the details that came with it and all the writing on the pack is in French and Flemish.

What is clear is that it’s a 35% cocoa solids milk chocolate with coriander and caramelised pecan. Which sounds rather nice.

And rather surprisingly, it actually is. The milk chocolate is sweet and creamy, but the overwhelming flavour is the coriander. It’s warm and spicy and really rather nice. But as far as I’m concerned, the best part of this bar is the small pieces of caramelised pecan. They’re sweet and crunchy and really quite moreish.

It’s actually a bit of a shame that you don’t seem to be able to buy this any more. It may well be available somewhere in the world, but I’ve not managed to find it. Let us know if you find it anywhere!


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  1. Sarah Lund

    I’m not sure about Coriander in Chocolate. The pecans sound okay 🙂

  2. Kim

    If I was reviewing this product I would have ascertained with the manufacturer’s marketing dept how the public could obtain this. It sounds delicious but after taking the trouble to read the review, it is frustrating to discover that it’s not for sale!

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