A Second Act

A Second Act
A variety of Askinosie chocolates (Lara Robby)
From the Dec 31, 2017, issue

Due to time and cost, boutique chocolate makers find it difficult to produce boxes of chocolate showcasing their various brands and tend to rely on single-origin bars. However, Wine Spectator's Owen Dugan may have found a solution that satisfies this problem.

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