TCHO is probably not a brand you strongly associate with milk chocolate. That is because until last year, they didn't make milk chocolate anything. We've looked at their dark chocolate before but today, in this pre-written feature, we will reveal their milk chocolate in it's full glory. We have high hopes for TCHO based on their performance with dark chocolate so let's see if they can meet those standards in the world of milk chocolate. They call their product "SeriousMilk" and I think we'll see why in just a minute. Note: this feature was pre-written months ago and then scheduled for a later date but it was still written live during the testing of the chocolate.
Classic" and "Cacao," as well as a cube of six small bars. We've featured the four dark bars before, here, so we won't touch on those again. Please do check out that post though and feel free to leave comments now on it; that's the great thing about the Internet, we can get feedback months and years later. Your feedback, Sisters and Brothers, is our reward since we do not charge anything for our feature reviews.
TCHO. They call these "SeriousMilk" for a reason. The amount of cacao in each is much higher than many of our American readers will be familiar with but also higher than European readers may normally call milk chocolate. All of this chocolate is certified organic, kosher, and uses no slave labor; important social factors for many of us here on The Chocolate Cult. For all of these reasons, the SeriousMilk from TCHO is as worthy as Sacrament as their dark chocolate has been. Great job TCHO, keep it up. Sisters and Brothers, you need to try TCHO, you really, really need to give them a try.