Tasting chocolate is a global experience, a pleasure which involves all senses.
Sweet like a caresse, as soft as a hug in which embrace one remains. A shiver that is born, then little by little becomes a waterfall, then carries one away without any possibilities of escape.
The chocolate suddenly enraptures, carries one away from worries, from reality. The mind travels in search of memories to associate with tastes, in a journey without limits other than the intensity of the sensations.
Tasting is an art that involves each sense, which devotes itself slowly in order to appreciate and recognize all differences existing between one chocolate and another. The brilliant color of a good quality chocolate, never opaque and without any patina, caresses the glance and causes eyes to water.
The enrapturing perfume tickles the smell, and recalls the aromas of far away countries. Breaking the chocolate with fingers, creates a limpid and pure crackling, and enters the mind without knocking.
The chocolate slowly melts between the lips, exhaling the aromas that stimulate memories, multiply thoughts, and carry away the senses in a "raising" pleasure.