Review: Brix Chocolate

During one of our visits to World Market, Scott pointed out this Brix chocolate to me and said I should try some.

I read the description and saw that it was chocolate developed to pair specifically with wine.  Since I like dark chocolate with red wine, this was a no-brainer purchase for me.  In the cart it went and I haven’t looked back.

This chocolate is very smooth and melts on your tongue quickly.  Velvety chocolate nibbles for a post dinner treat.

I normally stick with their darkest variety but for Christmas, Scott got me a sampler pack.  It contained four little bricks of all of their chocolates.

The chocolate is presented in brick form with the idea that you break off a piece to nibble as you like.  Much like how a cheese plate is presented for wine tastings.

With each chocolate there are wine note pairings and suggestions.  After trying all of the chocolate I have to say that each flavor goes with most wines.

The milk chocolate, which I’m usually not a fan of, was amazing.  Creamy without being overly sweet and obnoxious.  We had that with prosecco which paired perfectly.

I almost always have this chocolate on hand now.  So very yummy! And perfect for when you just want a little bite of something.

If you like having a little dessert with your wine or if you’re hosting a wine tasting and are looking for a little something different to put out, I highly suggest trying this chocolate.

Disclaimer: This chocolate was bought by us. My review is my own.


About Andrea Ratulowski

Andrea Ratulowski is the proprietor of Food Embrace. She eats and cooks with real foods. She feels that cheese is always acceptable and that beer is the right answer.

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