eighty-four: thanks for Chocolove

I’ve spent the better part of the last three weeks working on a deceivingly large freelance project. When the going got really tough (oh, at about 1:30 AM nightly) I decided rewards were in order, even for the smallest victories—an edited paragraph, completed research, a clever sentence. Naturally, I chose something dee-licious!

Meet Chocolove, the chocolate bar I was destined to love. For starters, the packaging mimicks a letter (couldn’t you just die?) and there’s a charming poem tucked inside the wrapper for extra feel-good. But the best part is the chocolate. I am partial to the Almonds & Sea Salt in Dark Chocolate variety, but all 14 flavors are tasty. Indulge my dears–you will not be disappointed!

March 26, 2011


I was destined to love your chocolate. And boy, do I ever.

I am a letter-lover, so anything resembling hand-written correspondence gets top marks in my book. I’m also a hopeless romantic and lover of literature—those enchanting poems make my heart swoon.

And the chocolate, oh the chocolate. I am especially partial to your Almonds & Sea Salt in Dark Chocolate variety (I buy them in threes!). That dark chocolate is perfection, not too bitter, just right. And I love the surprise of whole almonds, adding an extra pleasurable crunch to every couple of nibbles. The hints of sea salt dusted throughout awaken my taste buds and leave me longing for the next bite .

Thank you for creating such a delectable treat and for your continued commitment to all natural chocolate. I am forever indebted.



Sugar Paper

dish from Fishs Eddy


  1. Julia E says

    I haven’t had these bars in a while, but the ginger was always my favorite! You should try it. Good luck with your project!


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