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Scharffen Berger uses centuries old methods to produce the finest chocolate. Using only the finest fully fermented cacao beans from a variety of sources around the world. They produce their chocolate in small batches in their Berkley, California factory. This unsweetened bar is 99%Cacao perfect for use in baking.
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Cocoa Beans, whole vanilla beans
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This is the BEST chocolate for brownies and chocolate crinkle cookies and ANYTHING chocolate. Rich, smooth, love to watch the way it melts. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Barbara A.
Smooth, rich, robust chocolate. Keep this bar on hand for any and all of your chocolate needs - you won't regret it.Published 1 month ago by Amazonymous
This bar is meant more for baking than eating directly. I can't say about taste as I haven't used it for baking yet.Published 2 months ago by A. Lai
Re: (another comment) "The only redeeming quality of this bar is that it melts extremely smoothly and makes a really thick melting chocolate"
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Excellant chocolate, I bought a lot of it before Christmas, planning on making chocolate sauces for my children and grown grandchildren but the flu took over and I am just now... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Patricia H. Barker
Good flavor - nice and deep with a lingering aftertaste. I decided to try this for some brownies, thinking it would add more depth. Was disappointed with final product. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Kayce Cawthon McCarty
excellent quality and taste ... you will need a special cutter tool to cut off piecesPublished 12 months ago by L. Richard Lewis