Bonnat – Madagascar
A luxury dark chocolate bar made by artisan maker Bonnat.
The Bonnat family have been making chocolate in Voiron, France for over 130 years. It was current head Stephane Bonnat’s parents, Raymond and Nicole Bonnat who pioneered Bonnat’s first single origin bars in the 1980’s. Stephane has continued his parent’s tradition and the company now works with 35 different plantations worldwide to produce their bars.
In this typically smooth and creamy Bonnat, the fruity notes you would expect from a Madagascan bar, are mixed with fudge. Rather than a burst of fresh berries, we tasted caramelised, almost burnt raisins.
Weight 100 g Type of Chocolate Cocoa Percentage Bean Origin Maker Country Ingredients Lifestyle and Diet
4 reviews for Bonnat – Madagascar
June 1, 2016
I agree with the reviewer who suggested it tastes more like a fine cooking chocolate than something to savour. It is very good quality chocolate but I just can't get excited about it. I probably will cook with it.
April 21, 2016
A nice smooth blend of bitter, sweet and acidic flavours, with some notes of spice and I also get a slight sense of mint. Nothing spectacular or outstanding but very nice.
April 20, 2016
This had quite a strong bitter taste, so I only need a small amount at a time. Not one of my favourites but it's acceptable.
March 26, 2016
Very classic. Slow, luxurious melt, revealing a good array of subtle flavours (dried fruits, ganache, fudge). It's clearly very high quality chocolate and I'm impressed by its balance and subtlety, but it comes across more like a fine cooking chocolate than something I'd want to sit and linger over.
Energy 2598kJ/621kcal Fat 46 G of which - saturates 29,65 G Carbohydrates 42,6G of which - sugars 25,9 G Protein 8,8 G Salt 0,01 G
- Cocoa, cocoa butter, sugar
Allergens coming soon.
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Family owned Maison Bonnat has been making delicious chocolate in Voiron, France for over 130 years. Read more about Bonnat