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Country Italy   
Type Dark   (78%)
Strain Blend   
Source
Flavor Crossover   (Fruits/Flowers; Twang; Naked)
Style Neo-Modern      
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Impact
A blueprint for the art of blending
Appearance   3.4 / 5
Color: maple brown; sienna tint
Surface: lumpy
Temper: low gloss
Snap: clean & literal
Aroma   9.4 / 10
spring-loads right out of the box where chocolate can be tasted in the air... so pervasively part of the scenery, just breathing-in causes cavities: alcohol-fruit ferment (the color-coded label portends shades of reds... currant, persimmon, plum, apricot, & raspberry) sits atop clean, naked chocolate underneath deep smoked alderwood; by Domori standards, a hot roast, matched by acid sparkle, equaling supreme balance
Mouthfeel   11.9 / 15
Texture: light for a 78% despite 1 of the few bars in which Domori adds back cacao butter (tantamount to cheating in his lexicon)
Melt: fluid
Flavor   47.6 / 50
aroma gives it away & then some... red dazzle to a Burgundy wine distilled from alderwood cask -> the blend just beginning & yet already beautiful, unique, & original -> flooded by chocolate cream for caramel effect -> unexpected blueberry plume -> settles back into an apricot / alcohol mix -> evaporates red currant & cool tobacco -> goes dark on chocolate
Quality   18.8 / 20
Vitally seamless, so well-integrated, no disjoint whatsoever between Carenero & Rio Caribe (among others). Equilibrium & symmetry – articulated across both horizontal & vertical planes – creates rare balance. Once the blend is in, the compound becomes simple in its complexity... with a cold-fusion demeanor.

  

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