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dark chocolate

noun
1.
chocolate to which little or no milk has been added.
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Examples for dark chocolate
  • In summer plumage these micro-mariners are a mottled dark chocolate brown.
  • For an elegant touch, dip the edges in melted dark chocolate.
  • These biscotti are crumbly delivery systems for chewy apricot bits, hunks of dark chocolate, and crunchy almonds.
  • Finally, a warm river of molten dark chocolate flows into molds to cool into shiny slabs for eating or cooking.
  • For deep flavor, try this version made with espresso powder and dark chocolate.
  • The floors throughout are the original oak, sanded and stained a dark chocolate brown to hide their imperfections.
  • Their colors can range from a deep dark chocolate to a glinty white.
  • The next it's dark chocolate, red wine, or fatty fish.
  • The event includes teas, tea sandwiches, scones and dark chocolate mousse served on three-tiered stands.
  • The imported sort, coated with dark chocolate and dusted with praline.
Contemporary definitions for dark chocolate
noun

a slightly bitter deep-brown chocolate with no added milk

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