Volcanology: lava sheet rock – the more it spews & melts, the more it solidifies into a flat paradox.
Appearance 3.2 / 5
|Color:||winter solstice black|
|Surface:||pinpricks & swirling look; vine-like designs by ET|
|Temper:||glazed Northern Lights|
|Snap:||thin cracked ice|
Aroma 4.3 / 10
hurls lichens, cheese, wax & balata plant
Mouthfeel 9.1 / 15
|Texture:||dry, thick consistency|
Flavor 33.8 / 50
drops in a volcanic stone -> dutched cocoa fabricates undifferentiated slab; a brick wall w/o any pyroclastic flow... just a flat fixture -> drones on... in monotony... until the very de-bittered end when a single percolated drop of diluted bulk robusta coffee drips on some lichen
Quality 7.6 / 20
This one’s easy – very traditional processing from the turn of the last century rather than the millennial. Severely dutched cocoa of the most serious sort. Faint bitter lurks well below the radar & acids nowhere near detection let alone in sight. Somebody needs to telegraph Iceland: ‘time to please update your clocks’.