Chocolate Down Under
Designing a tasting – a confusing task
Which 6 spots in the world would...
10 years ago - Comments: 7
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Yes, I have only spent several minutes here and I'm already enjoying TCL...=)Ah, you meant the plantation. Yes, there are a lot of plantation here in Indonesia.The bad thing is that most of the "good" beans are being exported.No artisan and very rare quality chocolates here in Indonesia(an irony,isn't it?).To get better kinds of chocolate I have to ask my friends in Singapore to get Royce' or my friends in Oz for Amedei(currently no success getting one)The best things I've found in Indonesia are Lindt, Valrhona(few kinds), and Theys(this one is raw though).If you have any suggestion of good chocolates, please let me know.And if you can send some good ones, I would be happy to reimburse for them. =)
Thank you.I don't know about "east highland" you mentioned, but I think you meant East Java, the eastern part of Java and it's where I live. Jember is a city in east java.I am new to The Chocolate Life,and nice to meet you..
I would too. The academic that I did the tasting with is very slow in writing things up. I am not holding my breath and I haven't seen the data either. Hopefully it won't be too long.
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Thanks so much! I'm glad you like it. One of the things I love so much about chocolate is how it reaches people and touches them and their lives.
Thanks for your invitation...)GreetingsGeert
Thanks for the visit and lots of greetings from Belgium
Hi Kristina, you might try this link:
and this is a good one:
You do know that I left that shop (which I founded over 4 & 1/2 years ago) last June under extreme duress?Please check out my new website:
Thanks for writing!-Mark
merci Kristina! thx for the encouragments
I hope to do more stuff like that...
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