questionswhat is your favorite chocolate?

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I'm noticing a sea salt theme! Have you tried Vosges? (I personally have been a huge fan of them for years.)

http://www.vosgeschocolate.com/category/s?keyword=sea+salt

Hope this helps!

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@inkycatz: Psh, it's all about the bacon, duh!

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@inkycatz: I have only tried Mo's Bacon Bar and felt like the smokiness was a bit overpowering for my taste. I am definitely going to pick up one of the Barcelona bars from that link.

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All chocolate is my favorite!

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I like the milk chocolate rather than the dark. Of course, the dark is what is good for you. I don't know the brand, but I purchased a chocolate bar made in belgium on the chunnel train between London & Paris. It was awesome. I think I need to made a chocolate testing trip over there to comppare Swiss, Belgium, French, etc. and report back.

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Loving caramels covered in dark chocolate. Woot has had 2 deals for ones with sea salt and they were AWESOME. Am just starting to lose the weight I gained going thru several pounds of them :(

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Hershey SYMPHONY milk chocolate, or Marabou milk chocolate from sweden

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@klozitshoper: I find I go back and forth between milk and dark chocolate depending on the brand or if there's stuff with it (for example, bacon).

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For domestic chocolate, I really like Herseys. Don't care for Whitman, Russell Stover, Fannie May or Farmer as the case may be, even Godiva - but having said that, if anyone gifts me any it is gone in a flash.

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My favorite is Dove dark chocolate. There's just something about it. Lindt Lindor truffles are great too.

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I'm currently in love with Stam chocolates. If you are lucky enough to have a Stam shop near you, they are definitely worth checking out (bring money $$$) They primarily sell filled chocolates, but they also sell a solid bar topped with cocoa nibs that I can't resist.

For something easier to find, I always come back to Lindt. I've never had a Lidnt product I didn't like, and I love their 70% bars. The 70% range seems to be the perfect range for me.

As for mass market: I haven't touched Hershey's milk chocolate in years. I just don't see the appeal of eating brown wax. My "easy to find" brand for random chocolate cravings is Dove. Any store that carries Hershey's usually has Dove, and the quality is far above Hershey's.

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Toblerone. Easy enough to find at any Target, Wal-mart, or Walgreens. a few pyramids really satisfy a chocolate craving.

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Old thread, but since I've been nursing a 3lb bag of reese's peanut butter cup miniatures for the last two weeks (with some lindt's in reserve in case the SHTF), I thought it was relevant ;)