Green Tea + Almond chocolate bar

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In 2003, Blackflower Chocolate was created by (Cheryl Robbins-Dooley) out of the desire to start a small business encompassing chocolate as food with great design and packaging.

Cheryl brings a powerful passion to her handcrafted high cacao content chocolate. Cheryl, enjoys blending 70% dark chocolate from Ecuador with herbs, spices, flowers and today’s superfoods to create taste combinations similar to the experience of drinking wine where one may taste floral, spicy, herbaceous notes as well as astringent and bitter ones.

Her line of bars, fruit, nut and seed barks and truffles are made in ultra small batches and contain only the purest ingredients most of which are organic and fair trade.

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A review of Green Tea + Almond

Company: Exotic Artisan Black Flower Chocolate
Tea Name: Green Tea+ Chocolate
Tea Type/Varietal: green
Color: a bar of dark chocolate

Characteristics: this is a chocolate bar that I obtained/purchased while attending the Holiday Craft Fair in Cambridge, Massachusetts. It is Dark chocolate + green tea + almond. I paid $6.00 for it and online they are sold for $7.00.

The packaging is lovely green bag like envelope. The chocolate is wrapped in a clear cooking parchment paper which I opened to have some of the chocolate. It is very dark chocolate with almond chunks showing on back side and when I break off a piece of the chocolate to have with my pu-erh tea it is so smooth when tasted and not at all bitter since I tend to think that of dark chocolates.

I was able to enjoy having a piece of this chocolate with some mint tea as well as this pu-erh tea and both blended nicely with the chocolate. This is very good, pure chocolate with a lovely fragrance in that it is not over powering or bitter; it is made with just right…ingredients are evenly distributed and the almond chunks adds a grainier texture to the chocolate.

Overall, this chocolate is smoothly rich and very enjoyable!


Yum! I’ve had a little tea chocolate and my local cheese shop has an Earl Grey dusted cheese that’s fantastic…but I’m still on the hunt for some bon bons. Roughage has a website with recipes somewhere in here… anyway they make chocolates with tea. Not bars though.

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