Divine Milk Chocolate Reviews
Product Type: Divine Chocolate
Description:Brand: Divine / Type: Milk
Newest Review: ... award for 'guaranteeing a better deal for third world producers'. At the moment, I think Divine is available in the UK, USA, ... more
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by - written on 18/06/09 (Very useful, 28 readings)
I bought a bar of Divine chocolate a few months ago from The Body Shop after it was calling my name from its pretty wrapper as it sat on the shelf. It wasn't cheap at almost 60p but I'd heard of the brand before and I was happy at the time to pay a little more to support fairtrade. Divine was launched in 1998 as the first fairtrade chocolate bar for consumers on a large scale. I'm not completely ignorant when it comes to trade and the economy, but I've learnt a lot since buying this chocolate thanks to their website. The cocoa used in Divine is from small-scale growers in Ghana, so the money we pay will be shared more fairly to them. I'm not sure how this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/01/09 (Very useful, 30 readings)
I received a free sample of this through the post for some reason a while ago and, never being one to refuse a freebie, particularly if it is of the chocolate variety, I tucked in with relish. It tastes great - a strong, high cocoa solids, chocolate of the sort that you don't need to eat a whole lot of to get that satisfied 'I've had a treat' feeling. It was the milk chocolate variety that I tried but, judging by the quality of that, I'm sure all the other varieties are just as good. The packaging (which by now was all I had left to evaluate) was very attractive - chocolate brown with a gold printed design and of course the fair trade logo which ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/01/09 (Very useful, 100 readings)
Divine Milk Chocolate Bar - Heavenly Chocolate with a heart!! Where do I begin to sing the praises of this chocolate. Divine milk chocolate is made with the finest Ghanaian cocoa and cocoa butter which gives it the most smooth, creamy and delicious flavour! It truly is divine!! It is available in 100g and 45g bars although it's most commonly found in supermarkets in the 100g size (oh dear...more chocolate to eat what a shame!!) So you saw the title, am I promising guilt free chocolate consumption. Well yes the finest Fairtrade ingredients go into all of the Divine chocolate range including these luscious milk chocolate bars. Divine ... Read the complete review
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