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Comments about The Chocolate Traveler Chocolate Wedges:
I'm going to start off by saying that these only get four stars because REI needs to get the rest of the flavors, but more so, "Tiramisu" leaves a little after-taste in your mouth.
If you haven't tried these little chocolates, I'm afraid you're missing out. "The Chocolate Traveler" tins are the best chocolates, and with a decent price tag. Now, mind you, these aren't "fancy" chocolates, but they come darn close!
The "Tabasco" chocolates are a little disappointing, seeing as they're not very spicy. As a matter of fact, it uses "Tabasco Brand Dry Red Flavoring" to give it a kick. It'll give you a little tingle on the tongue, but you won't be dunking your head in a bucket of water anytime soon. As far as the dark chocolate aspect goes, Tabasco is really good, even though it lacks a kick.
The "Tiramisu" flavor is a little odd. It leaves a little after-taste in your mouth, that'll linger for a while. Perhaps Tiramisu is an acquired taste, or perhaps it's just the way it's made. Although tasty, Tiramisu is my least favorite out of the brands REI is stocking, at the moment.
The "Bittersweet" chocolate is dang near perfect. As the name implies, it's not too sweet and not too bland. It's juuuuuust right. The chocolate tastes a little dry, and makes a "crunch" as you chew, but the flavor is what makes you open that next tin. On my next large purchase, I think I'll be focusing on the Bittersweet over the rest of the flavors.
If you haven't tried The Chocolate Traveler, then let him do the walking, right onto your cashier's counter or into your mailbox!
P.S. Save some for me, boys and girls! :P
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