Seems that everybody is putting out seasonal chocolates these days. Is Christmas synonymous with chocolate? If so, I love Christmas even more than before.
What, doesn’t your chocolate talk to you?
Really? No? Weird.
If you did speak chocolate, and were able to talk to it, you’d notice very little aroma upon opening the bar, and would have to bite into this to get a sense of that chocolate-and-spice-based holiday cheer.
The chocolate itself is soft, and the dominant taste in the chocolate is cream. In general, it’s difficult to separate the taste of the chocolate itself from the strong ginger flavor of the crunchy spice cookie bits, which also feature a hint of cinnamon. While the bar has a bit of a spicy bite, it doesn’t overwhelm the creaminess of the milk chocolate. The overall combination of soft milk chocolate and crunchy cookie bits, mild milk chocolate and spicy cookie flavor, is a dead-on hit. I believe I need to make another trip to Biagio to get more before the holiday season is over.
Have you tried Divine chocolate before? What did you think?