Goya Dark Chocolate

I couldn't believe my eyes... Goya Dark Chocolate in a Philippine supermarket?

Goya Dark Chocolate Usually, the dark chocolate available in the supermarket are "fine" chocolate or pure chocolate. Goya is known for making compound chocolate (the kind that does not melt easily during the hot Philippine summer). Goya is popular for its milk chocolate.

That's why Goya Dark caught my eye. Does this mean that the market for bittersweet chocs is growing?

So, what does it taste like? It tastes similar to the Goya that we've gotten used to while growing up near school canteens. It's just slightly bitter, though, and didn't strike me as a dark chocolate.

Anyway, it was a worthwhile P16.00 experiment.

Just like Ajay, however, I still prefer Meiji Black Chocolate.

[ First posted on 03/06/2007 by Manuel Viloria ]



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