Whats the best chocolate in the world?
Without meaning to sound trite, the best chocolate in the world is the one that you like the best. It really doesn’t matter what someone else thinks—if you don’t like it, then you don’t like it. It’s not the best to you. There are a lot of factors that go into individual taste, including where you were born and the chocolate you grew up eating. That, as much as anything else, may determine what chocolate you like best. As a general rule, though, the fresher a piece of chocolate is, the better. So, if you’re in a chocolate shop and can’t decide what to buy, a good question to ask is what chocolate is freshest. The truffle that was just made will taste a lot better than one, even a favorite flavor, that was made two weeks ago. Keep in mind that there are limits to freshness at both ends. In a boutique artisan chocolatier, three weeks is usually the most you should keep a box before considering the contents past their prime. However, ganaches do take some time to mature, so you should pro