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10 thoughts on “The Bluffers Guide to Chocolate

  1. says:

    Ah, chocolate - the food of Love, the ultimate Comfort food. Do you know where it comes from? Do you know that it was originally a somewhat fatty and grainy drink so expensive only the rich could afford it? Do you know the difference between a chocolate maker and a chocolatier? No? This book will tell you. We're all familiar with mint Aero and Terry's Choclate Orange but did you know there is pink peppercorns and saffron flavoured chocolate? Stilton and port? Even Marmite flavoured chocolate? Neither did I - and I have to admit they don't sound particularly appealing. Who knew that Belgian chocolate is not the best in the world. Not only is it not the best, it's nowhere even close. This was a ploy used by cunning marketmen to convince the world that there is something special about Belgian chocolate. There isn't. Personally I've never thought it was any better than good old Cadbury's Dairy Milk - oh, and you learn a little about Cadbury, Fry and Rowntree, all Quakers who became involved with chocolate.

    This little book is an absolute goldmine for any chocoholic - a term, by the way, coined in California in 1961 to describe someone with a passion for - well chocolate of course. Originally meant as a joke, the word is now in general use.

    Did I know all this before I read the Bluffer's Guide to Chocolate? In a word, no. This is a fascinating book covering everything from its origins in South America to the beautiful, delicious, shiny wrapped bar available in most civilised parts of the world. There is a glossary which explains the various terms employed in the processing, along with snippets of information about different chocolate makers - I never knew Toblerone was named after Mr Tobler - thank you Mr T.

    I like the author's writing style - easy, relaxed, and although there is a lot of information he makes his subject interesting and invites you to become a really good Bluffer. I wonder if I'll pass the test...

    Although this was a free download specifically for me to read and review it has not influenced my review at all.

    My thanks to the publishers for a free Kindle download for review.


  2. says:

    This was my first introduction to the Bluffer’s Guides and I must say that I am impressed. Although I was interested in increasing my knowledge of chocolate, I wondered whether or not the author could keep me engaged. To my pleasant surprise, this book was as entertaining as it was informative.

    It was immediately evident that while he may be training us bluffers Neil Davey is not a bluffer himself. The range of knowledge offered by Mr. Davey towed the perfect line between education and entertainment. I enjoyed his upbeat tone and appreciated his ability to insert historical tidbits, cultural facts and humorous quips in just the right places. After clearing the hurdle of “keeping me interested”, the author further impressed me with his knowledge of the origins of chocolate. Although this book is a quick and fun read it is chock full of information about chocolate and I think it appeals to a wide range of readers.

    Whether you are an inquisitive chocolate scholar or average joe with a sweet tooth, this book is for you. Do not be mislead into thinking that the term “bluffer” denotes a lack of knowledge or value. While I do not claim that this book has made me an expert on chocolate (I’m far from it) I have learned a great deal. Most importantly, if I find myself in the midst of a serious conversation on the superiority of Criollo beans or distasteful “bloomed” chocolate I will smile inwardly because I actually understand what I’m hearing. :)

    If it’s not clear by now, I had a great time reading this book. My knowledge of chocolate has grown and I think I will be a more discerning consumer in the future. If you are already a chocolate lover perhaps this book will have a similar impact on your knowledge and enjoyment of this tasty treat.

    Read my full review on my blog, Honey Lemon Tea. http://honeylemontea.com/2014/04/24/b...