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Holy Crap this is awesome info... love the pictures and truffles... overdosing right now!

Excellent overview! It's weird that you say that the UK liked their chocolate sugary as I level the same accisation of the US :-D It was the Christopher Elbow choc http://mostlyaboutchocolate.com/tag/christopher-elbow/ as well as the Taza and others that made me think that the US prefers sugary dark choc and here you say the same thing :-D

I always thought the European palette went more towards the dark and less sugary (unless you could Brussels in which case since it is populated by people why seem to use Callebaut it would seem they only like flat, lifeless, sugary chocolate).

My favs in the UK are William Curley as you have in here, Paul A Young and Melt as well as so many others :-)

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