Upon cutting open the packet, the scent of white chocolate was intense. The powdered substance mixed up very well and thoroughly in the warmed skim milk I used, frothy up a bit and releasing a very creamy essence that was matched by a smooth, white liquid. If it wasn't for the scent, you wouldn't know this was other than milk though it was a bit thicker, like a quality cream. The texture was very smooth and quickly coated my tongue and throat. It really didn't have a taste below a creaminess so you could easily add some flavor like a peppermint I imagine for a kick. Of course the only sound was us sipping or swallowing. Most importantly, our White Chocolate Acolyte reports "it is not rich but sweet and extremely creamy."
Of these five samples, I have to say that I liked the Single Origin Baking Chips from the Dominican Republic the best. That little kick at the end was unique and I hope they'd maintain that through baking. If they do, then they are definitely a worthy Sacrament for you higher class baking projects like the holidays coming up. The others are good as well and will appeal to different people's tastes more or less based on what you like. Remember, now your audience whether you are baking, sharing a drink or giving a gift for any reason.
Kimberly lives in Ohio so for my Ohio readers, you may want to know that DOVE Discoveries has parties you can host where you and your friends taste their products, cook a bit, fondue a bit, and then have the opportunity to buy. Sadly I don't live in Ohio so I can't really schedule such a party but maybe there is a similar boutique owner near Bloomington, Indiana, who might contact me in the future.
There are so many products from DOVE Discoveries that you can choose from. So if these sounded good you can find them or lots of other things to help with your holiday treat and dessert preparation. As Kimberly pointed out, supporting DOVE is also supporting an American company that is still family owned and operated which is decreasingly the case with big chocolate companies.