Review by Darth Naga
Happy spring chilli padawans! I know it’s still a bit chilly but spring is definitely coming. With spring comes Easter and with Easter comes chocolate eggs, right!? Well eggs are so passé these days, but there is a gift for that chillihead chocoholic in your life … as long as they like it HOT!
Today’s review product comes all the way from the Dartmoor chilli farm, an eco-friendly farm off the grid down in Dartmoor and run by Kay and Phil Palmer, and they make some damn good products, let me tell you! This is one such product.
Devil white chocolate ingredients: Cocoa mass 33%, sugar, cocoa butter, whole milk powder, emulsifier (soya lecithin), Naga chillies 3% (blend of Dorset Naga, Bhut Jolokia and Bengel Naga) and vanilla
Demon Dark chocolate ingredients: Naga (4%) cocoa mass 55%, sugar, cocoa butter, emulsifier (soya lecithin), Naga chillies 4% (blend of Dorset Naga, Bhut Jolokia and Bengel Naga) and vanilla
So as you can see from the ingredients, we have a bar of white chocolate, and dark … I feel there is a milk bar missing, and after tasting these I definitely think a milk chocolate would go down a treat in some sort of “Terrifying chocolate Trifecta”, hell I don’t even know if that makes sense, but it sounds good! Anyway, these bars are covered in warnings and pictures of a devil and a demon just to try and get across how hot these are, and to be honest, I think they achieve that quite well!
As you can see in the video below, these two bars are nice weighty slabs, they are only 75G but they felt like 100G bars simply because they are literally nice, smooth slabs of chocolate, but they aren’t so thick as to not be able to snap them into bite-size pieces. Have a look at the video, then come back here and read the rest of the review, I’ll see you in a few mins …
So as you can see, as far as chilli chocolate goes, to quote Lisa: “It’s no Cadbury’s” and she’s right! There’s never been any chilli chocolate that I’ve found that has been both hot as heck, but also very tasty (some make them mild/medium and tasty, others add extract which just makes the choc taste rank) and as you’ve just watched, the white one alone made me hiccup and brought all three of us to tears!
If you want to buy this lava-like confectionary, then head on over to http://www.dartmoorchillifarm.com where you can pick up the “Devil” white chocolate for £2.75, or the “Demon” dark chocolate for £3 or you can also pick both up for a fiver! So that’s a billy bargain for any chillihead chocoholics out there and the perfect gift for the upcoming Easter thingy 😉
As a last comment, I’d like to thank both Simon and Lisa for joining me in this video, it’s been emotional.
Now, all good things must come to an end, so on that note, I’ll have to say it’s time for me to head back to my cave, have a good one chilli padawans, and may the sauce be with you, always!