I’m not quite sure if this is wise. If I start reviewing chocolate, I must to do it properly, sample them. Perhaps I won’t think about this too much.

I bought from work a selection box of Divine Chocolate, the Divine Chocolate Tasting Set one lunch time. I had need of chocolate. It had been one of those mornings where things hadn’t quite gone to plan. Sainsbury’s is no real distance from work, being just at the bottom of the escalator. They are often busy, though, and sometimes the need for chocolate, can be urgent and so, I find that I purchase from work, when the need drives.

The first bar from the tasting set that I tried was the Milk Chocolate with Toffee and Sea Salt. I enjoyed it so much that I determined to write a post about it, and kept the wrapper. Just 15 g. of quality chocolate, with the distinct flavour of sea salt and toffee. Sumptuous…of the other six flavours I have also enjoyed the Creamy White with Strawberries and the 70% Dark Chocolate with Raspberries. I have not finished the finished the set yet – eating just one each break… The quality is obvious.

The Divine Chocolate Tasting Set retails at £6.00 –

I have found that I need less quality chocolate to sate my appetite than bars of the general sort, though all chocolate (well most), have their place…