June 18th, 2009 by Rosa
The Kitchn has a neat behind-the-scenes look at how Taza Chocolate (the 80% previously reviewed here) is made. Thanks to another Calhoun College chocolate tasting, I’ve now tried all three bars that they make, the 60%, the 70%, and the 80%, and I liked them all.
The gritty texture isn’t for everyone (my college master and a few others at the tastings hated it), but I think it’s worth a taste, and others liked it quite a bit. As my friend Nana put it in her comment, it tastes more authentic and natural.