In the last few weeks as I've pushed to be more strictly paleo, I've been searching for the perfect chocolate. Lindt was a good place to start, but some of them had soy (which I'm trying to avoid when I can). The 85% was too sweet. The %90 was better, but I found myself eating a lot of it, and not savoring it.
So I went in a different direction I bought some Ghirardelli's baking chocolate. %100 chocolate. It was surprisingly good. Though I will say I like bitter chocolate, and really like chocolate with salt, spice, or mild fruit. I added a touch of black currant preserves (which had very little sugar) to my one square. It was exquisite in taste. The texture though, left something to be desired.
If I recall, Lindt %99 isn't all that smooth either. Does anyone have any experiences of finding the perfect chocolate for a paleo treat? Or should I just melt the baker's chocolate and add things to it myself?