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Stacy G.
Stacy G.
Raleigh, NC
17 reviews
Who has ever tried some off this stuff and relized it taste NOTHING like it smells?
Rula G.
Rula G.
Lake Worth, FL
4 years, 2 months ago
The packaging says unsweetened on it. You have to add some kind of sweetener to get the chocolate taste you are looking for. Coca beans on their own are like that.
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Jess T.
Jess T.
Kansas City, MO
4 years, 5 months ago
Of course it doesn't lol
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Katherine B.
Katherine B.
Owasso, OK
4 years, 6 months ago
Haha! Of course! I was curious! And sometimes while drinking the hot chocolate you find yourself biting into an unmixed clump of cocoa!
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Ashley P.
Ashley P.
Portage, PA
4 years, 6 months ago
Of course it doesn't! It smells divine, but if eaten right from the container is going to be chalky and bitter.
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Hope S.
Hope S.
Far Rockaway, NY
4 years, 7 months ago
Yea
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Samantha D.
Samantha D.
Dothan, AL
4 years, 8 months ago
Of course not. It's for baking, not for eating lol
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Christina C.
Christina C.
San Antonio, TX
4 years, 8 months ago
I tried to eat it when I was little only to discover that it's not a sweetened chocolate
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Elizabeth Z.
Elizabeth Z.
Merced, CA
4 years, 8 months ago
I use this product regularly. No, it does not taste like it smells. It smells sweet, but, as the packaging indicates, it is unsweetened, so it is actually quite bitter. It is a great baking ingredient but not to be alone; that is, not to be used for chocolate milk or hot chocolate. One exception is with making truffles. The sweetness of the truffle is cut by the bitterness of the unsweetened cocoa to create an even balance. Bottom line,with few exceptions, this product is an ingredient not to be used alone.
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