[cocoa wars] Dove versus Bliss

Written by on June 17th, 2009 · 909 views

chocolate blissAround foodenator labs, we have calorie laden bowls of candy around to keep the twin evils of oral boredom and low blood sugar at bay. While the Lindt truffles are a clear favorite in the pure chocolate department, when those are gone foodenator staff fight and bicker for the small squares of Dove chocolate. Apparantly, the collapse of the global economy has even the well-funded foodenator human services department making cutbacks. Appearing in our candy bowls is the obvious knock-off chocolate squares called Bliss. Foodenator found a blind man to hire two blind judges to judge them for you in what is commonly known as a double-blind clinical trial.

Ray “Fats” Falone:

The Dove was better, the Bliss tasted like a salt-lick, I think.  I have never partook of no salt-lick, that is how the Bliss seemed to taste to me. On the other hoof, dove is a dry, potent, flavor-blast of a disco in my throat as I swallow the chocolate.

Theresa Coon:

The Bliss chocolate had a honey badger taste, with a hint of hibiscus. The Dove tasted pretty much like chocolate. If I were going to melt it down, and drizzle it over my large, shapely breasts, I would have to go with Dove.

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Chaz said

June 17, 2009 @ 6:06 pm

theresa knows where the foodenator’s reader base’s heads are at – drizzle

fantastic review for blind people – hope to see more of this inclusive mentality at foodenator

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oneOh said

June 18, 2009 @ 11:04 am

dove is a fine chocolate. i suggested they come out with a rival to the cadbury cream egg… they haven’t gotten back to me

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