Divine Dark Chocolate with Raspberries Reviews
Product Type: Divine Chocolate
Description:Brand: Divine / Type: Dark
Newest Review: ... will recognise it from its dark background, with gold and red designs on it. The brand name "Divine" is written in ... more
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Pack Of Three Divine Dark Chocolate withRaspberries
A smooth, rich, fair trade 70% dark chocolate bar with the fruity ...
Last Update 18.12.2013 13:27
by - written on 10/08/10, updated on 03/06/11 (Very useful, 81 readings)
Divine 70% dark chocolate with raspberries in is a pleasant subtly flavoured fair trade non-dairy chocolate. I encountered it for the first time recently as a new addition to the chocolate range in my wholefood co-operative; I've not actually seen this in a supermarket. It was a bit pricier than the other chocolate bars of a similar quality - £1.99 for 100g, but about 50p less than the vegan alternatives to milk and white chocolate (as well as probably much nicer!) so it seemed like the best bet out of the non-dairy options available. ===The product=== Since it's a 70% chocolate and has lots of sugar in, it isn't too bitter, and the texture ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/11/09 (Very useful, 32 readings)
I'm sure like many of us I like the odd sweet treat and feel the occasional pang of guilt when ignoring the Fairtrade options for cheaper bars of chocolate. I spotted this attatched to the front of a magazine recently and decided to treat myself, magazines are a rare luxury and I had gone out looking for chocolate.... So what is Divine. Divine is a Fairtrade brand, meaning all the cocoabeans used in the manufacture of their chocolate are bought at a fair price from local growers - in fact Divine is 45% owned by the farmers who grow the cocoa. The paper wrapper is rather unusual looking, with patterns and symbols in red and gold on a dark brown back ... Read the complete review
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