It’s a rich, dark and glossy bar with a sweet flavour and very smooth texture. But the first thing I noticed was just how beautiful the bar is. Simply wrapped in foil and paper and beautifully moulded, it looks and feels like a quality product.
Of course what differentiates this bar is the addition of Himalayan salt, sprinkled over the back of the bar. There’s not as much of it and it’s finer grained salt than I was expecting, but even this small amount really does help lift the flavour of the chocolate.
The result is a truly delicious chocolate. The naturally sweet and slightly fruity notes of the Grenada chocolate work perfectly with the hint of salt. I do think it may have benefited from a little more, coarser grained salt, as that would have added an additional texture element, but that’s a minor point. This is a chocolate I could eat all day.