Episode 52: About To Expire!

Episode 53: About To Expire!

We’ve found that unless you use the chocolate, it goes bad. Doing episodes once in a while just won’t cut it – nor will not looking at expiration dates on bars when we purchase them. These next two episodes are devoted to the chocolate that must be tried before it dies.

Episode 53: About To Expire!

Episode 51 : Tokyo Treat – JUST STOP IT.

After repeated emails politely asking to stop sending us these, We’re pissed off. I mean, you send us these damn boxes and we feel obligated to review them. But we don’t want to. They make us unhappy. It is a box of not fun for us. They take a long time to do and makes us fart. Just stop it.

Episode 51 : Tokyo Treat – JUST STOP IT.

Episode 49: KitKat Senses – For Her Displeasure

A little gift box. I love livin so close to Canada – especially during the holidays. Walmart and T&T markets up there have a myriad of fascinating things on the cheap to test drive. This box was $5 and seemed like a good bet. Well, let’s see…

KitKat Senses – For Her Displeasure

Episode 48: THE DARK LORDS OF LINDT

Episode 48: THE DARK LORDS OF LINDT

In the beginning there was chocolate. Yea, the chocolate was lush and creamy; but the chocolate begat the jealousy of the masses. O dark lords of Lindt, what is your deal? Darkness and light collide as we delve into a vessel containing multiple flavors. Should say that there really are no dark lords of Lindt – they just haunt our dreams and bring forth snarls. Let’s begin.

THE DARK LORDS OF LINDT – Switzerland

We crack this box open and find 8 different varieties to try. Honestly, for something mass produced, this was on the whole very good. Some we liked better than others, but this box had lots of tasty stuff.

Get some of the dark lords’ offspring – http://bit.ly/lindtchocolatiers

Episode 47: The Mystery Chocolate Box

Mystery. Intrigue. Chocolate. Three bars, but what are they? I reached out to a handful of subscription box places to see if they’d be interested in sending samples for us to pore over and mysterychocolatebox.com was one who replied. I think at this point, we’re done with chocolate subscription boxes. What’s kind of tough is that the Japanese candy boxes had minimal chocolate in them, and what chocolate they had was just meh (not only that, I’ve emailed them numerous times and never get a reply – they just keep sending boxes). This box had chocolate, but we never find out who makes it, so it really didn’t jibe well for what we do. I’m hoping at some point a company will start pushing boxes of 5 or so bars for reviewing – that would work for us. Let us know.

Episode 47: The Mystery Chocolate Box