The word that caught my eye on the cover (which was identical to the last one, but different days see different things, I guess): trinitario. Now, my first search result on this word really confused me, but I guess I shouldn't expect the urban dictionary help me with my chocolate decoding. A better result found it to be a type of cacao, developed in Trinidad.
This chocolate was excellent! The dark chocolate Schoc uses is 53% cacao mass, and melts so smoothly! The sweet basil is an excellent flavour combination with the chocolate, and hints every so subtly at the liquorice that basil sometimes has. It was the perfect after dinner chocolate, sweet without being too sweet, complex, smooth and overall just plain delicious.
Schoc describes this bar as such:
Cacao power: 4.5 Meltiness: 4.5 beans Flavour Complexity: 5 beans
Sweet Basil...for all of the reasons that you do fresh basil
Oh how I wish that I could try their Olive bar... *sigh*