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Tuesday, 7 December 2010

Feeding your Imagination - the ultimate chocolate mood-enhancers

Award-winning, organic food Company, Feeding Your Imagination has launched a brand new range of chocolate bars. The new range includes Organic, Therapeutic and Fairtrade chocolate in ‘Dark’, ‘Milk’ and ‘Secret’ bars all made using only the finest natural ingredients to unique recipes created by award-winning Masterchef Paul Da-Costa Greaves.

We tested these chocolates and have to say they are superb. They came in a presentation box with three compartments. FYI has a concept where you select your chocolate bars according to your mood. The names and the descriptions of the bars are a feast in themselves – dreamy, fantastic, lovely. Should you want to woo or indulge in a little guilty pleasure, these chocolates deliver with their sexy, seductive and sensual options. Words like OMG, wow and orgasmic spring to mind. You can add them to my Christmas wish-list right now.

Paul comments: “I absolutely adore chocolate and have spent many years creating chocolate recipes which inspire, revitalise and tantalise your tastebuds! By using and combining ingredients from ginseng and chilli to ginger and rose, I’ve created a range of chocolates which really are something a bit different. This year I’ve very much decided to bring things back to basics by launching some classic recipes, which are traditional and simple, yet still sumptuous and mouth-watering!”

The new recipes include:
• ‘Dark’ - Organic Therapeutic & Fairtrade Dark Chocolate, try a darker side! 73% cocoa solids
• ‘Secret’ - Organic Therapeutic & Fairtrade Milk & Dark Chocolate, the best of both worlds – dark & rich yet smooth & creamy! 55% cocoa solids
• ‘Milk’ - Organic Therapeutic & Fairtrade Milk Chocolate, simply smooth and creamy! 36% cocoa solids

The launch of the new recipes co-insides with the creation of Feeding Your Imagination’s brand new website, developed in partnership with the Tree Appeal, which aims to promote biodiversity and create habitats and improve the environment. The new look website can be found at

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