Death by chocolate

When we think of St Valentine’s Day, many of us think of chocolate. No other food brings such sensory delight and its iconic status is unsurpassed.

10th February, 2007

When we think of St Valentine’s Day, many of us think of chocolate. No other food brings such sensory delight and its iconic status is unsurpassed. It swirls sensually around the tongue, activating our taste memory and sliding down the back of the throat.

We want to bathe in it, spread it on other food, drink it, devour it on our own, or share it with someone special. Romances are sparked from it...

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