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What chocolate with high cocoa content?

(51 Posts)
TracyK Wed 27-Jul-05 13:31:05

I bought Green & Black's organic thinking it was high - but I think its only bout 37%. Any others with higher?

mancmum Wed 27-Jul-05 13:31:38

lindt do 70% -- divine....

Tinker Wed 27-Jul-05 13:31:45

Lidl's is about 77%

bea Wed 27-Jul-05 14:29:33

i've got some lindts in the larder which is 85%, i use it for extra special dark choc puds...!!!

katierocket Wed 27-Jul-05 14:31:52

this company's dark chocolate is absolutely amazing

MascaraOHara Wed 27-Jul-05 14:35:22

lindt's 85% is gorg! I luurve dark chocolate.

hamster Wed 27-Jul-05 14:37:38

Asda's own luxury chocolate is 75%....not too strong...just right

sorrel Wed 27-Jul-05 14:40:58

here are some

jennifersofia Wed 27-Jul-05 15:35:09

Green and Blacks do several dark chocolates - about 70%. Plain, mint, espresso.
Waitrose own brand dark chocolate, Lindt as mentioned.

Heathcliffscathy Wed 27-Jul-05 15:37:45

white chocolate isn't really chocolate sort of thing...or at least has such low cocoa content that may as well not be...mostly milk solids and sugar and vegetable oil.....never have liked it...

Heathcliffscathy Wed 27-Jul-05 15:38:48

oh for godsakes sophable! sorry i read that as white chocolate with high cocoa content....sorry! ignore me....

hoxtonchick Wed 27-Jul-05 15:39:38

i think green&black's milk choc is 37% cocoa i think, their plain is minimum 70%

motherinferior Wed 27-Jul-05 15:40:42

They also do one that's even higher, IRCC, called 'cooking chocolate'.

Sorry, I can be even more boring about chocolate than about breast pumps

suzywong Wed 27-Jul-05 15:43:41

anyone remember "Cakebrand"?

motherinferior Wed 27-Jul-05 15:45:18

I do now [insert retch emoticon]

sorrel Wed 27-Jul-05 15:47:00

we were brought up on cakebrand covered rice crispies. uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuurrgh!

marthamoo Wed 27-Jul-05 15:47:40

Now what's wrong with a nice pack of Scotbloc?

Why are there so many food threads today? Blimmin' chocolate and takeaways...have you no empathy with us poor drooling dieters?

hoxtonchick Wed 27-Jul-05 15:48:18

mi, are you stalking me on chocolate threads as well as shoe ones?!

marthamoo Wed 27-Jul-05 15:48:48

Is this the place to admit I used to like Bourneville? Don't think I could eat it now.

motherinferior Wed 27-Jul-05 15:49:52

No, it is just part of our overwhelming oneness of soul, HC. I am your missing link

hoxtonchick Wed 27-Jul-05 15:53:30


Tinker Wed 27-Jul-05 15:55:14

What's wrong with Bourneville? <looks paranoid>

Tinker Wed 27-Jul-05 15:56:47

Ate G&B's Cherry choc yesterday. And have the Orange one in teh fridge. But am mostly eating chocolate buttons this pm

marthamoo Wed 27-Jul-05 15:57:12

Nothing dear, it's lovely chocolate.

Oi! Pssst! Tinker still likes Bourneville <<<snigger>>>

marthamoo Wed 27-Jul-05 15:57:51

Chocolate buttons are perfection in a button shape.

God I'm profound.

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