You may remember that I mentioned that the goodie bag I got at the Healthy Living Summit included chocolate.
Adora Dark Chocolate Calcium Supplements. According to the packaging, each disc of all natural “premium” chocolate includes 50% of your daily recommended intake of calcium, as well as some Vitamin D3 and magnesium, which optimize absorption.
Or something like that. I always believe labels.
So what does this “healthified” chocolate look like?
It’s purple. I like purple.
The chocolate itself has a caramel aroma with a hint of berry, and is quite light in color for a dark chocolate.
A very sweet taste is immediately evident, and there is a hint of mint with a strong cream flavor. The chocolate is creamy, yet also gritty, and the creamy taste takes on an artificial note at the end as the texture becomes downright chalky. There might be a bit of a banana flavor in there somewhere, but it’s difficult to tease out flavors when you are eating something that resembles chalk.
Now, that said, it's supposed to be a calcium supplement. My mom used to use Tums for that. These are better than that.
Have you had chocolate with a chalky texture before?