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I'm pretty snobby about my chocolate. I made the mistake the other night of bring my husband with me to the store, he about dropped dead when he saw the $9.95 price tag on the chocolate bar I wanted and I left without anything. <_< (I'll just go back without him, I don't think he understands how this chocolate thing works.) Anywho, I was trying to track down the newest issue of Living Without and headed to the closest health food store next. At the checkout stand they had a huge display of Justin's peanut butter cups. I grabbed a pack of the dark chocolate ones, read the ingredients and package, shushed my husband about 600 times while he freaked out about $2 peanut butter cups, and threw them on the belt.

I miss candy, I mostly miss peanut butter cups. The chocolate was really good quality, smooth, rich dark chocolate. The peanut butter had a nice salty taste, and really went well with the chocolate. It is organic, points but meh I don't require organic. It is fair trade, which is something that I need from my chocolate. Anyone who loves peanut butter cups but can't stand low quality, waxy crap (or has simply outgrown it as I have) should give these a try. They are positively outstanding!

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My husband would balk at the price too, but he would get the chocolate too. He knows life is better with chocolate. (He grew up with 5 sisters!)

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My husband is still on the learning curve about chocolate. Whether or not he is enjoying it, his life is better when *I* have chocolate! :lol:

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