Many people are amazed at the flavour that this extremely high quality chocolate possesses, as its cacao content is pushed to the max.
In chocolatier and advertising terms, any milk chocolate that exceeds 49% cacao can no longer be recognised as a "milk chocolate" but must be instead labelled a "dark milk chocolate" - and so, this block of Venezuela sits on the cusp.
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Cacao content: 49%
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