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ChocolateTV

ChocolateTV

English version of Chokladprovning med Anders



One episode per week, usually mondays. Rating chocolate from around the world. The only recurring chocolate show in the web

ChocolateTV episode 395

Episodes Posted on Mon, March 30, 2020 22:12:05

Veggie Peggy (?) Vegan safe, lactos safe, eco friendly, fairtrade. All good, ecept the actual prodicut. Unless you like sweet stuff.
Very sweet from cane sugar and rice syrup (used instead of milk)



ChocolateTV episode 394

Episodes Posted on Mon, March 23, 2020 18:45:03

Sugar substituted with Maltitol. 43% matitol? Is that even good for you and what dos it do to the cacao flavors?
Watch and find out what Anders palate told him
Have a nice week and be kind to eachoter in these trying times.

Points to the right —>



ChocolateTV epsiode 393

Episodes Posted on Mon, March 16, 2020 19:02:47

Green&Black Sea Salt 60%
Sea salt is becoming extremely popular in chocolate. Why?
Well may it’s for harmonizing sweet and bitter flavours?
Points to the right —>



ChocolateTV episode 392

Episodes Posted on Mon, March 09, 2020 22:41:26

Low carb intake can be good for you but is it good?
Stevia taste like icy something doesn’t it.

Points to the right —>



ChocolateTV episode 391

Episodes Posted on Mon, March 02, 2020 19:31:21

Tropical notes with spice and more. Odd shape, flavourful scent, dry palate. This chcolate has it all, almost.
Interesting anyway. Try it!

Points to the right —>



ChocolateTV episode 390

Episodes Posted on Mon, February 24, 2020 18:57:23

Spanish dark chocolate with beans from the Philippines turned out real good. Even thou it’s only dark flavours.

Points to the right —>



ChocolateTV episode 389

Episodes Posted on Mon, February 10, 2020 20:55:09

Christmassy flavours from English handmade chocolate. Seed and Bean make nice flavours in this one 😉 . Fairtrade and vegan safe? Yup.
Points to the right —>



ChocolateTV episode 388

Episodes Posted on Mon, February 03, 2020 21:30:19

Flowery boquet with sugar spinkle on top. Is that a way to describe chocolate? 68,9% chocolate, very precise, eh 😉
Points to the right —>



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