A unique Chocolate Store in Calgary led me to a remarkable chocolate makers in of all places Canada. In my selfish attempt to remember the remarkable creations I've sampled, Cake might be the 'trick' and allow me to share with others. I'm not trying to be commercial here or be some foodie critic. I just really want to enjoy these discoveries, appreciating the pallet which my mother nurtured. Hopefully, I'll get chances to also remember great stories about her love for remarkable tasty simple food and chocolate. As simple as a chocolate bar, that requires a vocabulary like used to describe wine. You see the creators of these bars put tasting notes on their labels and describe the complexity. To stimulate conversation, call Chocolate what it has become in my life, "The New Wine". First featured is a 2018 Academy of Chocolate Gold Winner. Qantu's Morropon 70% Piura, Perou. Again selfish, documenting gave me the opportunity for a second taste. Remarkable creamy, firm silky melt with fruit forward sweet middle and long finish of tart-bitter balance. Let me post the picture and go back to another taste, as I might have missed something.