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Country Germany   
Type Flavored   (in Dark 72%)
Strain
Source
Flavor Fruits & Flowers   
Style Classic      
lo
med
hi
CQ
Sweetness
Acidity
Bitterness
Roast
Intensity
Complexity
Structure
Length
Impact
Soft & slow perfumigator goes way high up the aromatherapy register. Effective for curing halitosis among the breath-of-death cult.
Appearance   4.8 / 5
Color: scarlet brown
Surface: gorgeously smooth plate
Temper: matte
Snap: softly opens to crème paté
Aroma   7.1 / 10
earth, leather, pipe wood; on the inside - cheese crunk, prune, & sour flower
Mouthfeel   9.8 / 15
Texture: enrobed confection: soft spread interior/semi-hard exterior
Melt: choppy
Flavor   36.4 / 50
uploads basic chocolate -> new sensation: tart licorice (the former derives from acidic cocoa bean, the latter an accent of ylang flowers) -> sugars rush in -> ylang now background perfume (broken down into jasmine/neroli), briefly aerates cacáo as a condiment would, but never draws it up & out due to sugars’ persistent interference -> comes forward candied-petal fragrance -> lingers on lasting oil of methyl ether
Quality   15.2 / 20
Nice touch, considering use of essential oil. Though natural allies, base chocolate at odds with the floral pattern, the 2 separating off, while cured in a sweetened chem bath (white sugar, glucose, dextrose), making it more apothecary than alimentary.

  

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