I've never had the opportunity to try really good dark chocolate, so white is my preference.
The problem is, that there isn't just "good" or "bad" dark chocolate.
The taste of cocoa differs enormously, depending on where it was grown. I once visited a "chocolate seminar" at a cafe here. They make their own chocolate there and we got to taste about a dozen different sorts of dark chocolate from different regions in the world. Each one tasted very differently.
As I said before: They can taste creamy or bitter or even fruity, as if there has been orange extract added.
Most good dark chocolates you can buy, are a combination, a composition of lots of different cocoa bean sorts.
Finding out what suits you best, is not an easy task.
Well, there is a chocolate factory here in town with an outlet store.
Guess what that means.
White > Milk > Dark
but I love them all. Depends on the mood really
I'm not into the REALLY dark ones though
Chocolate, hot peppers, and pomegranate? Now THAT's a strange combination.
I'm trying this right now. I melted chocolate in to milk and then mixed in the chilli powder. Most excellent!Hot chocolate with a bit of chili powder is extremely delicious.
See, mango goes with chili and cayenne. They all grow together, chocolate, chili, mango. I just can't wrap my mind around the pomegranate! They're highly seasonal and grow best in the middle east. It doesn't help that I've never had anything pomegranate flavored that even came close to the magnificence of the actual fruit.