Tuesday, September 20, 2011

A List of The Common Adjectives Describing Chocolate

The mouthfeel is lush, like a mid-century nude.
The texture is a Renaissance fox-brown velvet worn by a countess who also that evening at the opera seria was wearing Venetian gold and her lover.

The color is rich.

The flavor of chocolate is intense, chocolatey, sometimes even green with high notes of Spice Road, and base notes of forbidden temples crawling with lianas and big-leafed, heart-shaped addictive plants in the tropics.

1 comment:

  1. love this.

    Love your writing.

    And chocolate, with a little bit of ground chilies mixed in can be sweet with a surprise hot spot now and then... just like life.