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Theo Chocolate: Mint 70% Dark Chocolate

3 stars

I don’t normally wimp out with my ratings, but this one deserves it. This chocolate bar includes mint as one of its ingredients. It’s not a wimpy mint either; it’s a strong spearmint flavor that punches through the dark chocolate.

I thought it was OK. 

Leanne loved it.

Our friend Bridgette hated it.

So that averages out to three stars, but those three stars are not indicative of how you might react to the chocolate. If you like mint, you’re going to love this bar. If you don’t, then give it a wide berth.

Theo Chocolate: Pure 85% Dark Chocolate

3 stars

It’s a pretty straight-forward dark chocolate. There’s not much else to say.

Theo Chocolate: Salted Almond 70% Dark Chocolate

4 stars

The packaging is mildly pretentious in the social-signaling sort of way: Non-GMO, Organic, Fair Trade, Vegan, and Kosher. (It’s not gluten free, and they don’t give a rip about diabetics.)

The primary flavors are the salt and dark chocolate. The almonds are overwhelmed by the other two tastes, and only contribute to the texture.