Nut-allergy Alexis has tasted Plamil Dairy Free Mint Chocolate

 By Nut-allergy Alexis
I’ve tasted Plamil Dairy Free Mint Chocolate… should you put a pack in the trolley or leave it on the shelf?

Plamil Dairy Free Mint Chocolate blurb reads: A delicious blend of cocoa with sugar and soya.  Made for chocolate lovers including vegetarians and vegans.  No animal, egg or dairy products.  Always made at our place where no nuts are ever used.

OK: Chocolate that can be eaten by those with nut allergies.  And milk allergies.  And egg allergies.  And vegetarians.  And vegans.  Why do I sense carob is about to enter the discussion?  This is going to taste disgusting, right?

The tasting note: Well, no.  As they rightly say, it’s actually delicious.  The mint is not too overpowering and there is no aftertaste from the substitutes.  Plamil’s range of allergy-safe chocolates are excellent, catering as they do for a wide variety of allergies and intolerances – many are also aimed at those with coeliac disease.  The brief ingredient list shows that their focus is on quality natural ingredients without sacrificing flavour.  Impressive.  And no carob!

Carob?  Is a seed pod from the carob tree which is crushed and used as a substitute for chocolate.

The full ingredient list: Sugar, cocoa mass, cocoa butter, soya flour, emulsifier – sunflower lethicin, flavouring – peppermint oil.

Can you eat it? Contains Soya

Should you put it in the trolley? Delicious quality chocolate suitable for multiple allergies; quality ingredients without sacrificing flavour.

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Barcode: 5013092009870
Plamil Dairy Free Mint Chocolate
Delicious quality chocolate suitable for multiple allergies; quality ingredients without sacrificing flavour. Tasted by Nut-allergy Alexis

Not forgetting: Barcode: 5013092009023
Plamil Organic Dark Dairy Free 87% Cocoa
Excellent for cooking for those with milk and nut allergies, also suitable for vegans and coeliacs.  Tasted by Nut-allergy Alexis

Not forgetting: Barcode: 5013092009948
Plamil Organic Orange Chocolate
Many orange chocolates are sickly sweet but this avoids that trap and instead manages to be ridiculously moreish. Tasted by Nut-allergy Alexis

Not forgetting: Barcode: 5013092120513
Plamil No Added Sugar Chocolate
A treat aimed at diabetics; the xylitol sugar substitute does give it a slight aftertaste but otherwise a very good quality chocolate. Tasted by Nut-allergy Alexis

Not forgetting :Barcode: 5013092120667
Plamil No Added Sugar, Alternative to Milk Chocolate
The aftertaste of the milk and sugar substitutes means this bar is definitely an acquired taste.  Tasted by Nut-allergy Alexis

Not forgetting: Barcode: 5013092009955
Plamil Organic, Dairy Free, Alternative to Milk Chocolate
Very sweet, the milk substitute works well here.  Would be most suited for children. Tasted by Nut-allergy Alexis

Not forgetting: Barcode: 5013092006039
Plamil Organic Luxury 70% Cocoa Chocolate
Rich dark chocolate, suitable for cooking or eating. Tasted by Nut-allergy Alexis
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