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BEST HOMEGROWN CHOCOLATE Denver 2006 - Chocolove 1-888-Chocolove

The very name "Chocolove" sounds like the title of a bad '70s blaxploitation flick. This chocolate is embarrassing to buy, tough to develop a taste for, and every bar comes wrapped with a love poem that's almost unforgivably cheesy. But still, we've got nothing but love for what's coming off the small-batch production line at this Boulder-based company, which reflects founder Tom Moley's dedication to sourcing the best international cocoa and combining it in surprising ways. It may not have been love at first bite, but it was close -- and now we're committed to Chocolove's dark chocolate and candied ginger bar.
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Erin
Erin

This Chocolate is incredibly divine, as is the Man behind the Mocha, Timothy. He is Boulder's version of Willy Wonka and we are lucky to have such a Chococonnoisseur in our own backyard. You won't find a more velvety smooth chocolate bar, wrapped in even more velvety smooth, if not gooey poetry.

April
April

For true artisanal chocolate, surely the one-man operation run by Steven DeVries deserves a mention? He supervises the harvest of his single-source beans.

cbarnes
cbarnes

This category can only be intended to close off the competition, the original and best chocolatecartel.com based in New Mexico. If you are in Taos, check it out.

A Denverite who'd drive to Taos for the chocolate.

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