Friday, July 2, 2010


Today is saturday... 
The weekend... 
What does that mean? 
time for some fun,
some indulgence,
time to let loose.

This is the reason I've decided that saturdays on my blog will now be

Every saturday you'll be seeing something sweet,
whether it be a product review, 
a recipe 
or a random picture
Now this weeks sweet saturday comes from Cocolo Chocolate,
a while ago I was sent a box of their products. 
Eight blocks of fine swiss organic chocolate. 

With everything that's been going on I hadn't had a chance to review any,
but this week I decided it was time to be acquainted with their bittersweet chocolate.
It's only been recently that I've become a fan of dark chocolate,
I think it's definitely an age thing. 
As a child I'd refuse anything other than Cadbury.

But just as I can now eat 300 kilograms of broccoli, 
I'd also be quite happy with some dark chocolate :P

This Cocolo chocolate was delicious, 
perfect for those who haven't quite converted to the dark side.
Not too bitter and with a perfect bite!
It had a fantastic aroma too
and by eating Cocolo Chocolate you're not filling your body with anything nasty like pesticides or soy lecithin because it's Certified Organic! 
It's also Fairtrade, meaning that Cocolo supports the growers who they source their ingredients from.
So Cocolo really is a guilt free chocolate. 

It's also easy to get your hands on some Cocolo,
you can get it from Coles stores around Australia
as well as a number of individual stockists.

The blocks are perfect for that little bit of indulgence as they're 100 grams - 
Meaning you can keep a block stashed away in the cupboard and snack at your will :P

So I still have seven blocks remaining,
what do you think should be next?
  • Dark 70%
  • Milk
  • Dark Mint Crisp
  • Dark Almond
  • Dark Orange
  • Milk Hazelnut
  • White Almond Crunch
Kristy received Cocolo chocolate courtesy of Cocolo
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  1. oh yum. i'd eat them in order of light to dark. dark orange sounds yummy! :-)

  2. That's a good idea!
    I should've thought of that :P