Two Madagascars go up against each other, and only one can survive! We show you the best Madagascar chocolate bar.
It’s hard to go back to regular chocolate after the angelic Choklat bars, but there’s a lot of chocolate out there that need reviews, and someone’s gotta do it. I guess we’ll just have to bite the bullet and make that sacrifice.
The Lindt Madagascar dark chocolate is kind of our go-to chocolate bar. It walks that fine line between cheap accessible, and expensive good quality. Accessible is maybe pushing it a little, because while it used to be at three different major supermarkets, we can only find it at one now (Safeway). Which is sad, because that means a whole extra trip to get it. A trip which we gladly make.
We’ve never had the Wild Boar Madagascar before. Nutters had it, and it looked tasty, so we figured, ‘why not’? Wild Boar is actually a line made by Hagensborg Chocolates [link], and they have sever other varieties that looked interesting. Truffle Salt and Almond, Toasted Coconut and Banana, Salted Star Anise and Sour Cherry and Almond all sound so exotic and tasty, don’t they? There might be a Wild Boar-off in the future. Again, the sacrifices we must make in the name of science…
Our game today was a Korean game called Cham Cham Cham. Now, in Korean game shows they can get pretty intense with their Cham Cham Cham, as you can see from this video, but we played just the Level 1 version since it was our first time. Next time we’ll bust out a pot hat and squeaky mallet.
In the video we got talking a little about bacon and chocolate. I seem to think I remember trying some, but I can’t recall the specifics, so it might just be in my imagination. At any rate, have you ever had bacon and chocolate together, and if so, we’d love to hear about your experience!