Classic Milk Chocolate

by Tcho
Info Details
Country USA   
Type Milk Chocolate   (39%)
Strain Blend   
Flavor Earthen   
Style Mainstream      
Beta tchochke from Tcho’s booth at the so-called "Fancy Food Show" (re: miles of airplane-hangar sized aisles inside a ginormous Convention Center overflowing with so much foodstuff-product that it leaves an inescapable impression of ‘no way, Marmaduke (chewing on another bone), there can’t possibly be hunger in the world... nah, that’s impossible...’

Somebody’s gotta alert Bono, Oprah, Jeff Sachs, Angelina, the 2-Bills (Gates & Clinton), the whole consortium of extreme-poverty fighters... where they all been for Christ’s sake? They need to check this out because charity continues to flood in a backwater-dynamic that's inspi(RED) by underlying conditions of flawed inputs. Specifically, the failure to pay people enough for work performed.
Appearance   4.3 / 5
Color: adobe pink
Surface: optical illusion from shallowly scored chevron patterns
Temper: densely neutral
Snap: bit timid
Aroma   6.8 / 10
generally dim & dry, the lingering hangover for a plump raisin sitting in the middle of some malted sawdust on the floor of a pub brewery (a very Adi-like oddity)
Mouthfeel   11.4 / 15
Texture: glob job
Melt: thick paste expands beyond the capacity of even large mouths
Flavor   37.9 / 50
malt ball straight from the gum drop machine, heavy & concentrated to numb the other gums (dental variety) -> more malt (+ maybe amorphous spice backing) -> scrapes some dried milk & varnish off the hardwood floors for a mild toffee burn -> HFCS finale simulates a li’l choc Indian corn
Quality   13.7 / 20
Under development / testing-in-progess, part of Tcho’s reformation project spearheaded by Brad Kintzer. This represents the Tech-chocolate brand’s initial MC beta release. Judging from Aromatics, the lab technicians apparently flood the electronic sensory panels - hardwired to their computer modeling circuits - with digitized monotones for which nothing in nature can provide such an undifferrentiated constant.


Reviewed Summer 2010


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