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  1. Eliz@The Sweet Life

    what an interesting company! thanks for sharing.

  2. GirlonRaw

    Can’t wait to hear the results and wishing you all the best of luck! Interesting colour in the cacao beans too eh?

  3. Noelle

    DArk Chocolate rocks!! I have munched on Cacaobeans before. My grandmother brought me a bag from Mexico.Intense indeed!

  4. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    Oh man, you hit the jackpot with that one! I’m lusting over the non-dairy mylk ones. And those beans are so unusually beautiful!

  5. Michelle (Housewife in the Raw)

    Looks so good! By the way – I loved your first post at menuism. It was spot on.

  6. Fanny

    So. Much. Chocolate. Awesome for you getting to taste them!

  7. bitt

    These are really good–Ive tried them! They won best of raw chocolate, well deserved.

  8. Ela

    Wow, lucky you–what a gorgeous assortment! I _do_ prefer the very dark stuff. But all those flavors sound just great, and I think that company has their feet on the ground and have spent some time in places where cacao actually grows. (That, by the way, is quite a grounding experience: it’s quite a process to get from those beans to that choc…)

    Happy V-day to you both and I hope you have a wonderful trip, wherever you end up.

  9. Jenny

    Thanks for sharing! I must try these! I read your post on Menuism – it’s great!

  10. wolfenstein

    oh Valentine’s Day ..
    i wan t gift chocolate and christmas gift
    i m envy LOL

  11. Hannah

    Aww!! You just made me beam at the computer 🙂

    I love, love, love the ingenuity of this company. It’s funny how, sometimes, raw chocolate makers are far more creative with their flavours than stock-standard chocolate makers! I’m a die-hard nib lover (oh dear, I feel like that has to join our list of euphemisms), so that sounds fabulous, but after looking at the website I’d love to try the mushroom one (love my earth flavours) and the India Sunset. One day…

    P.S. I’m holding my breath (figuratively) too!!

  12. Katelyn

    I absolutely love all things raw chocolate! I need to find some of these and try the brand for myself:)

  13. rachel

    mmmm yummy treats! so cool you got to try out cocoa beans too 🙂

  14. (what runs) Lori

    Wow. You definitely WON with this one. Damn, those are not cheap but tasty! I’ve tried some of the Sacred Chocolate before and it’s delicious. The Immuno Mushroom and the Cacao Nibby sound really good- interesting but good.

    So…………. check out my blog post today……

  15. The Robertsons of Mumbai

    Wow! What a great load of chocolate to score! I have been looking at their website, but had not committed to spending the money on chocolate yet…

  16. Kelly@RahRaw

    Thanks for entering my Giveaway! Not too many entries so far, so your odds are good 🙂 Okay, so I seriously love your blog! I really hope you win the contest – looking at the pictures of those brownies has me drooling! =)

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  18. Diane

    Wondering if anyone has recipes for using those Golden Beanz. YUK! While I’m one to eat things just because they’re good for me, those bitter beans are completely repulsive to me. Their other Sri Lanka beans aren’t so bad, with more of the cacao fruit around them. And I invested in a whole bag. 🙁