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2019 Project 365, Day 161: Canada True Icewine Chocolates

Photo #161: June 10

Cutesie pasalubong from Canada! The alcohol content/flavor isn’t as strong as in other brands’ spiked chocolate variants. Sarap! Thanks, dear!ย 

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2019 Project 365, Day 88: KitKat Japan

Photo #88: March 29

I’m not a big fan of KitKat, but it’s super fun to shop in Japan because they have a lot of flavors to choose from. Didn’t notice how many I bought until I got home — 12 kinds!!! So there’s Tokyo Banana, ume sake, sakura sake, banana, hojicha (roasted tea), orange, raspberry, peach, Hokkaido melon & mascarpone cheese, nuts & cranberry (regular chocolate), nuts & cranberry (Ruby chocolate), and cranberry & almond!

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2018 Project 365, Day 281: KitKat Sake

Photo #281: October 8

When in Japan, make sure to check out their unusual KitKat flavors! Now I don’t drink sake, but this caught my eye. It’s like…. white chocolate with sake. ๐Ÿ˜€

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2018 Project 365 Day 230: Tsokolate Et Al

Photo #230: August 18

Gave in to temptation and visitedย Tsokolate Et Alย along Lilac Street (in front of Watsons, near the Rancho 1 gate). SWEETTOOTH/SNACK HAVEN!!!! Didn’t buy a lot, just some Oreo cheesecake cookies and butterscotch bars. ๐Ÿ™‚

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2018 Project 365, Day 190: Lindt Lindor Chocolate Truffles

Photo #190: July 9

Aside from Ritter Sport, Lindt Lindor chocolate truffles are also close to my heart…errr tummy hahaha! All these are good, but I am fond of the yellow (white chocolate) and black ones (60% cocoa) the most.

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2018 Project 365, Day 117: Sanders Sea Salt Caramels

Photo #117: April 27

“Out of sight, out of mind.” – “hid” these in our ref, and I’ve successfully not eaten any piece for 3 days. Hello,ย Kata, when are you coming home? The temptation is so strong! Ahahaha! Thanks to our folks! ๐Ÿ˜€

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