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Smoky Chocolate

A chocolate with more complex flavor.
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Coffee drinkers have their Columbian and French roasts. Scotch aficionados have Laphroig (amongst others). Tea drinkers have Lapsang Souchong. So where's the chocolate with a hint of that complex smoky flavor?

Before you ding this one, note I'm agitating for a very MILD smoky note, like Scharffen Berger only more so. (Zero points for BBQ smoke flavoring on a Hershey bar.)

rmutt, Jul 25 2001

Moonshiner's Chocolate Cake with Smoked Chocolate Ganache Frosting http://www.cookshac...anache_frosting.htm
This could give an idea. [Monkfish, Jul 25 2001, last modified Oct 04 2004]

Rauchbier http://beerhunter.c...ry=Rauchbier&db=rbp
What Dog Ed mentions. One more for the list. [rmutt, Jul 25 2001, last modified Oct 04 2004]

Smoke-flavoured ice cream. http://www.latimes....&ctrack=1&cset=true
(Not that I believe *everything* I read in the LA Times.) [angel, Jun 30 2005]

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       blegh!
futurebird, Jul 25 2001
  

       I dunno, it might be an aquired taste. There's some sort of German holiday lager that has a tremendously smoky flavour, like smoked ham.   

       [Thanks, rmutt, for the link. It's been so long I had no clue to the brew's name.]
Dog Ed, Jul 25 2001, last modified Jul 26 2001
  

       Lagavullin... mmmmmmm. Talisker... yummmmm. Smokey chocolate... I'll give it a go. (I assume that we're talking the darkest of dark chocolates here).
st3f, Jul 26 2001
  

       An acquired taste, sure, but personally I like my chocolate black and bitter, like my coffee; and I can imagine that slight hint of Lapsang Souchong smokiness working with really dark chocolate. Croissant.
Guy Fox, Jul 26 2001
  

       Chocolate already has a variety of types. Each type of chocolate a distinctive blend of rich tastes, mmmmm chocolate. Bananas and chocolate go very well together!!!! YUMMY!!!
Monkeyboy2, Jul 26 2001
  

       Kinda baked.   

       At my restaurant I make truffles by infusing extra-bitter chocolate with Cohiba cigars. Melt the chocolate, add chopped cigar, infuse overnight. Make basic ganache.   

       Tastes lovely. Just don't tell the customers...
littlechef, Jul 26 2001
  

       Smoky Chocolate - Leave you favourite Chocolate sitting in an ash tray over night and the next day Voila - Cancer in a candy.
Vader, Jul 26 2001
  

       You in marketing?
littlechef, Jul 26 2001
  

       After considering this idea I have decided it would add to the wonderful range of chocolate already available. As a chocolate conisseur I believe that we should not limit chocolate to continue increasing in its diversity. hmmm cigar chocolate interesting.
Monkeyboy2, Aug 02 2001
  

       Scharffen-Berger 70% + a little chipotle. Or Scharffen-Berger cocoa with chipotle. I've had both. Hint of smoke and a touch of heat. Wonderful.
bristolz, Apr 18 2002
  

       Yumness! The best way I could think of doing it in reality, without using yer actual smoke or tobacco would be to mix in one of the smokey coffees that you mention in your original post.
Saveloy, Apr 18 2002
  

       sounds nice - just don't make it too much like cigarette smoke. Think smoked almonds... mmmm...
sadie, Apr 18 2002
  

       wouldn't a chocolate cigar melt? or is it just chocolate flavoured, because it doesn't matter how many times i'm told that something has a "real chocolate flavour"; it doesn't. that is unless it is real chocolate, which wouldn't work in cigar form, for the reasons previously mentioned.
bezzzie1, Jan 26 2004
  

       I've smoked chocolate-flavored cigarettes. They taste like $5 (a pack) of wasted money. Blech.
disbomber, Apr 03 2005
  

       I'm in.
ChesterDrawers, May 19 2008
  

       Aha, [disvomber], but have you tried chocolate flavoured cigars? Mmmmm... delicous. I had one last night in fact - probably about the best cigar I've had in ages.
Custardguts, May 19 2008
  
      
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