Valrhona Chocolate Reviews
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by - written on 19/04/01, updated on 19/04/01 (Very useful, 181 readings)
You can only buy this speciality chocolate by mail order. It is very rich and contains lots of cocoa which gives it a strong taste. Valrhona Jivara costs £2.50 for 75 grams and it contains 41% cocoa. If you are a real addict try Guanaja which has 70% cocoa. This one is so rich that even I couldn't eat more than a couple of pieces and I'm a seasoned devourer of just about any kind of chocolate bar. It is just too much for me! If you want to purchase Valrhona chocolate you need to contact the 'Chocolate Society' (Telephone them on : 01423 322230). They do charge for delivery and packing but I couldn't find a scale of charges anywhere. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/04/01, updated on 14/04/01 (Very useful, 179 readings)
If you like a rich chocolate a bit classier than the normal run of the mill shop bought slabs then you must try Valrhona. There is a lot of cocoa in this delectable chocolate and it has that mouth watering drooling taste to it. It is slightly more expensive but who cares it’s the chocoholic’s dream. Valrhona’s Jivara £2.50 for a 75g slab contains 41% cocoa butter and tastes divine. If you are a really dark chocolate person then Valrhonas Guanaja is the one for you. It is the same size slab for the same money but has, wait for this……….70% cocoa content. It’s fruity, nutty, woody and extremely strong, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/03/01, updated on 12/03/01 (Very useful, 445 readings)
Valrhona has a reputation as one of the world’s best chocolates. It has been made in Tain-L’Hermitage, a town in the Rhone Valley, France, since 1925 although for many years it was sold only to confectioners and other chocolate manufacturers. However, since 1986 Valrhona have also produced their chocolate for retail sale. The standard chocolates, available in bars, are Lacte (milk chocolate), Noir (plain chocolate) and Noir Amer (bitter-sweet plain chocolate, with higher cocoa content than the Noir). Valrhona also makes, and is perhaps best-known for, its range of “Grand Cru” chocolates. The use of wine terminology is not ... Read the complete review
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