Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Chocolate with a twist

{Dark chocolate with lavender from Haute-Provence}{Dark chocolate with Earl Grey tea}{Milk chocolate with hot masala}{Dark chocolate with crystallized ginger peel}
In case you feel like indulgent Belgian chocolate, but with a twist, anything by Dolfin is intensely tasty & amazing. (Other flavors include dark chocolate with mint leaves or Damascus rose).

(Images via Dolfin. Click any image to see product & description.)

32 comments:

K and S said...

I once tried their assorted napolitan squares and was disappointed because there was one with cumin in it that enveloped all the other squares with its strong aroma :( I guess I should try to find some regular sized bars to try. :)

Signe said...

Just lovely! Adorable wrapping and I bet they taste good as well :)

kirstyb said...

thanks for sharing x

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Ashley said...

With each scroll down my mouth got watery(er)

I've never tried these combinations.

Nicole said...

Wow, this looks really cool! I love the packaging for each chocolate bar. I wish I could try a little bit of every flavor! Have you tried them all?

The Gallery Gal said...

These look so delicious!

THE ALTERNATIVE WIFE said...

Sounds amazing! I'm a huge chocolate fan and the more gourmet the better :)

Have a happy Tuesday! xoxo

lisa said...

Oooo chocolate!!
My absolute favorite. all of these sound so good, but I'm not sure about the lavender one (?)
Have you tried it?

Rowena... said...

Somebody had, or has had, a mean chocolate fix. That said, chocolate is one of those "sticky" areas where I am now hesitant to buy anything that is not fair trade produced. I really had no idea about the child slavery issues in cultivating cacao beans until recently. If only we lived in a perfect world eh? I do appreciate Dolfin's environmental philosophy!

Jude said...

@Kat - yeah, try the bars next time :) They do *not* stint on the intensity of flavors! :)

@Signe - I love their wrappers too (judging a book by its cover :)), but the stuff tastes great also!

@kirstyb - thanks kirsty! :)

@sam - thanks for dropping by

@Ashley - hope you'll get a chance! :) Happen to love the unusual combinations!

@Nicole - I think I may have tried all except the special editions, which are harder to find :) They are so yummy & I'm a chocoholic!

@Gallery Gal - thanks! They can be dangerously addictive :)

@The Alternative Wife - I love the unusual gourmet flavours! The more far out, the better too :)

@Lisa - haha, I hesitated about the lavender too, but it's surprisingly nice with the dark chocolate! (As long as you don't have it back-to-back with, the pink peppercorn one, say :))

Isabel said...

um OMG i need to try these!

Annie said...

Jude, these just sound incredible! I'm equally excited about all of them. I just love lavender, earl grey tea, masala AND ginger!!!

Collette Osuna said...

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annette said...

I went on a chocolate tour in San Francisco last summer and tried that hot masala one. It was sure yummy!

Stacey said...

I'm already having ideas to give these as Christmas gifts-i love how they're wrapped and i love the Earl grey combo. I'm a big fan of Earl grey tea! Thanks for sharing lovely Jude. XX

Cat said...

Sigh...yet another way to feed my chocolate-tooth :) The lavender version sounds interesting (like it could be very good or very much like eating chocolate infused with potpourri :)) xo Cat

Rosie said...

Ooooh - I love chocolate!!! I'd like to try the marsala one at first, I think!

Thanks for your nice words on my blog and at flickr. I'm a bit slow at the moment... ;-)

Connie @ Sogni e Sorrisi said...

These look yummy!

the chirpy bird said...

ooohhhhh!!! I'll take the rose! How absolutely deeeelicious!
xo tash

Diana Mieczan said...

I am so up for this...I so would love to try the one with ginger peel..Sounds so good:)
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Bombay Beauty said...

Now there's a post to get a conversation (and the stomach) going! i would love to try lavender... have had it in ice cream and it was fab! xo bb

Ren- Lady Of The Arts said...

Yum- I keep dark chocolate in my fridge at all times!

Mackenzie {Design Darling} said...

How exotic! I love the packaging too. Cute blog!

MarchMusings said...

Wow their range runs the gamut from mild to exotic flavours. Worth a try!

Style, She Wrote said...

OOH! Even the wrappers look indulgent! xo

If Jane said...

oh i have seen this one around, haven't tried it though...
have tried lavender before (which i delish!)

Elle Sees said...

so decadent.

Ms. Pink said...

amazing <3 I am having a craving now!

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Punctuation Mark said...

i made a post today about chocolate... these look so good and will check out where i can get them!

justinegordon said...

I do love earl grey tea but I don't think I could have it with chocolate, it's like those chilli chocolates, I have boring tastebuds!

Jeannie said...

Spicy chocolates! I would love to try that definitely!

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