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"I tried them out through a groupon, very easy website to navigate (and fun), and easy to redeme my voucher. 1 milk chocolate and 2 dark bars for me. I knew this when ordering, but the bars were small for the price (about $10 each with 3-4 toppings on each.) The milk choc. was very sweet, the dark choc had just the right amount of bitter, but more after taste then I would like.As I picked a few things with subtle flavor (salt lemon and maple sugar) I would have lived to see the add ons actually added IN. I knew it was just topped, but I think the flavor would be better if it was mixed INTO the bars.I liked the ice packed they used to ship to CT from TX, will reuse those or sure, as they charged me $1 for 2 of them, super quick ship, though pricy ($12-$15 if I remember right)Got exactly what I ordered, neat concept and fast shipping. Don't know if I will splurg for that price again. Great Groupon deal for sure."
"Chocbite is a website that allows you to custom make your own chocolate bars. I had a Groupon-type of voucher so I decided to try them out. The bars arrived quickly (but, to be fair, it's based in Austin and I live in Dallas) and unmelted even in our unusually-warm weather lately. The chocolate was delicious if not in a rather small bar. I bought two bars: one dark with strawberries on it and the other dark with peppermint candies. The bars come with a little bite out of one corner. Overall a very unique idea if not a bit pricey."