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Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

Fascinating story Myriam! And I have to say that out of all of the chocolates that I have tried Amedei Chuao is my favourite. It's just so unbelievably smooth with just the right balance of flavours. Heaven!


Wow Myriam, my chocolate experience is so minimal and so superficial and your wonderful posts keep bringing that realisation to the foreground for me! (In a good way.) It's these posts that make me want our tour to start NOW! :)


Awww - so sweet of you to say so, Sally!! I'm certainly very passionate about chocolate (and stay tuned, great posts coming next week to celebrate Chocolate Week in Paris). Have a lovely weekend ;-)

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