I’ve tried the Domori Puertofino 70% dark chocolate and absolutely loved it! But when I saw the literature describe this one has having a hint of chlorophyll I thought I just had to try it!
The Domori Rio Caribe 70% Dark Chocolate still has the fantastic style of packaging as the Puertofino but is a completely different bread entirely. This bar has a very fruity, sharp taste to it. I’m not completely sure if I could pick up any chlorophyll notes to it, partly because I’m not sure what it would taste or smell like, but there is a very strange note to it. Its certainly not as mild as other dark chocolate around the 70% and wouldn’t put it down as a session chocolate – more like a small piece here and when you just wanted something a little bit different.
The texture is the usual fantastic Domori smooth chocolate that just melts effortlessly in your mouth. There’s no grittiness or uneven textures. Domori have got the texture spot on.
Taste: 75% – its not my most favourite Domori chocolate, or indeed of any of the dark chocolate bars I’ve reviewed this year. Its certainly one for those that like to try something a little bit different.
Texture: 85% – the Domori Rio Caribe has a fantastic texture and melt.
Appearance: 70% – I do like the design of their packaging and the bar itself is prety good as well.
Nutritional Information: 65% – there’s not a massive amount available.
Price: 70% – at £3.95 it is a touch expensive. But this isn’t any ordinary chocolate bar. Also its very new so there aren’t many that have tried it yet.
Overall: 73% – this is one chocolate bar you have to try just experience an unusual dark chocolate bar.
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