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Mindful : February 2019
Chocolate has flavor notes akin to a glass of wine—it can be earthy, floral, fruity, and everything in between. Dark chocolate is bitter but also the most complex. Milk chocolate is creamy and sweet, its bitterness offset by dairy and sugar. White chocolate contains cocoa butter but no cocoa solids and is very sweet and mild. Choose your chocolate first, then have a little fun. ● PHOTOGRAPHBYNATAŠAMANDIĆ/STOCKSY MAKE IT Mindful INTENSITY TEXTURE SPICE SWEETNESS ACCENTS Whip up a mug of steamy hot chocolate to savor this rich ingredient. Here are some suggestions for layering in aromas, textures, and flavors. Dark Cream Chili Sugar Coffee Milk Milk Nutmeg Honey Vanilla White Non-dairy milk Citrus peel Maple syrup Peppermint Cocoa powder Water Cardamom Caramel Salt February 2019 mindful 25