Green & Black's Organic 70 Percent Dark Chocolate Bar, 100 g, Pack of 5 @ £6.65 (£1.33/bar) Prime sold by Amazon
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Green & Black's Organic 70 Percent Dark Chocolate Bar, 100 g, Pack of 5 @ £6.65 (£1.33/bar) Prime sold by Amazon

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Posted 9th Aug
A lot of places sell at £1.50 and sometimes for the 90g bar. So thought these are decent @ £1.33 for the bigger 100g bars.

  • Green & Black's Organic Dark 70% chocolate is complex, intense, and aromatic and the best-tasting ingredients are used to create a great-tasting bar of chocolate
  • Green & Black's uses the finest organically grown cocoa, ground from Trinitario beans to give their chocolate its distinctive trademark flavour
  • Every ingredient that goes into a Green & Black's Organic bar is of the finest organic quality
  • This order comes with 5 bars of 100g each
  • Suitable for vegetarians
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better than bournville dark choc?
Waitrose have these at this price for £1.33 individually at the moment , both in store and online, so no need to buy 5 (or multiples of) unless you want to...good product though, I like to eat this as there are lots of health benefits written about 70% + Dark chocolate (Any higher percentage is too bitter IMHO) .

Not wanting to start a political rant on the thread, however my first thought on seeing this thread was that they are trying to encourage people to eat this before chocolate prices spike after Brexit...

UPDATE - sorry OP, you’re right, the Waitrose ones are 90g, not 100...
Edited by: "TheBestFreebieisHumour" 9th Aug
trivium09/08/2019 18:25

better than bournville dark choc?


Yes, bournville is rank. Way too sweet. I didn't even like that when I liked weaker chocolate - standard cheap own brand bournville equivalents are nicer.
TheBestFreebieisHumour09/08/2019 19:57

Waitrose have these at this price for £1.33 individually at the moment , …Waitrose have these at this price for £1.33 individually at the moment , both in store and online, so no need to buy 5 (or multiples of) unless you want to...good product though, I like to eat this as there are lots of health benefits written about 70% + Dark chocolate (Any higher percentage is too bitter IMHO) .Not wanting to start a political rant on the thread, however my first thought on seeing this thread was that they are trying to encourage people to eat this before chocolate prices spike after Brexit...UPDATE - sorry OP, you’re right, the Waitrose ones are 90g, not 100...


I used to find 70% just right, and anything above too bitter, but you just need to get used to less sweet chocolate.

I find 70% a bit weak now.

Montezuma's 100% is surprisingly easy to eat, although not organic.

80 or 85% is good. Although I didn't rate Green & Black's 85%

For health benefits, you're best off having organic, raw cocoa powder - e.g. from Nukraft (you can get it direct or from eBay), or Sevenhills organic etc (both are good).
Put a good heaped tablespoon in a mug, add hot water, mix into a paste, and then add more hot water and/or a plant milk (don't use dairy milk as it supposedly inhibits absorption of the good stuff)

You're getting a far more potent hit of cocoa then for the antioxidant goodness.

And if you look at how expensive raw cocoa chocolate bars are, you'd embrace the idea I imagine!

But yeah, I do both. Eat dark chocolate after lunch and supper, and other times! And hot cocoa with desert after supper.

You can also have organic cocoa nibs as a snack (again from Nukfraft and Sevenhills etc.), cocoa liquor and drops, etc.

Cocoa is king
heat op
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