Originally Posted by jasonr
...For the snobs out there who don't acknowledge milk chocolate, I would point out that milk chocolate outsells dark in virtually every country (including Europe) with the exception of France.
Am I automatically a "snob" because I don't like milk chocolate?? I do acknowledge
its presence in the world (and
permit it), however, if that helps offset my snobbery any!
The fact that milk outsells dark even in a ... country ... like Europe proves what, exactly? That popularity equates with superiority?
Meanwhile, to answer the question asked: love Valhrona, don't exactly suffer through Lindt, think several Greek chocolates are excellent, and don't mind Carrefour's house brand either.