Pure Icelandic Chocolate Noi Sirius 70% and Salazan Chocolate

These two bars are really quite fabulous. Icelandic Chocolate not only sounds refreshing—it also has a rich flavor with berry notes. It pairs nicely with dried mango. The Salazan presents a delightful combination of sweet and salty. Its salt crunch perfectly complements this high-quality bar. These may become new standards in my dark chocolate reserve along with the Michel Cluizel.



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9 responses to “Pure Icelandic Chocolate Noi Sirius 70% and Salazan Chocolate

  1. We love the price of sirius chocolate too. I feel less guilty about eating more than I should when it isn’t costing me an arm and a leg.

  2. Meg

    Sirius 70% is HANDS DOWN my favorite chocolate ever. Ever. I believe I may only be a novice when it comes to dark chocolate (someday this will change), but there is something so lovely, smooth and, well, coco-y about this particular bar.

  3. Katherine

    I love the Sirius chocolate and I haven’t been able to find it for a while. Do you have an online source or did you buy it locally? I used to get it at Whole Foods but they don’t carry it anymore. 😦

  4. Mark

    on the “Noi Sirius” cover, we can see the “Magen Dovid”. Is chocolate really kosher?

  5. zoe

    where do i get this chocolate from?

  6. Sorry, all, for very delayed responses. I usually have no problem finding the chocolate at Whole Foods nowadays, but I noticed Katherine is having a hard time finding a new source. If you’re not near a WF, or if yours doesn’t carry it, email me, we’ll chat. Also, yep, chocolate can be Kosher. See here: http://www.oukosher.org/. Thanks for checking out the blog!

  7. Melinda Flanagan

    where do I buy this wonderful chocolate…..Fresh Market here in Coral Springs Florida use to have it but not any more..Coral Springs fl

  8. Debbie Muscarella

    I would like to purchase some of your chocolat

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