Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Live Richly!
Chocolate is an essential part of coping with troubling times. In fact,
the New York Times recently reported that casualties of the financial downturn are craving chocolate fudge sundaes. It makes sense, chocolate is one of the few affordable luxuries left. If you managed to salvage $6.25 from your 401K, a bar of Patric Chocolate is a great way to spend it. Each bar comes with a ten-step guideline that will transform your dining room into an oppulent tasting. I love Tip #5: "Smell the chocolate; it should smell fresh and full of aromas such as: cocoa, roasted nuts, fruit, coffee, vegetal-like aromas, tobacco, and others." And just in case you weren't sure about the notes of tobacco you thought you tasted, a description of the complex flavors present in each bar is printed on the package. When the "Lively notes of plum preserves" dance with "fruits rouges and enticing hints of butter-hazelnut toffee" on your tongue, I promise, you'll feel rich again in no time.


Darlene said...

This looks delish. Have you tried it?

The Chocolate Nerd said...

Yes, it has lots of sophisticated flavors. Great chocolate for tasting or pairing with wine. I enjoyed one bar that way, but I melted the other down in some milk for hot cocoa, I'd add some sugar though:)

Qte said...

loved it! thanks for sharing.