I stopped at the National Trust cafe in Boscastle for a coffee and treat. The man who runs is is passionate about quality, though his expertise is coffee. The coffee was very good - flavoursome with none of that bitter or sour tang so often encountered.
They had mini tubs of melon sorbet, and I thought that would be lovely - started hunting for the spoon hidden in the lid and noticed, in tiny writing, that it had wheat in! Took it back to the counter for a swap, didn't want the brownie as it had xanthum gum, nor the lemon drizzle cake (available individually packaged) or the Mrs Crimble coconut thing.
Little bars of gf organic luxury chocolate - that would do. Hadn't had any chocolate for ages and I like that with coffee. I bought a Nero & Bianco orange chocolate bar.
I unwrapped it, took a bite, and was completely astounded. TT tried some too. I took it to the chef and insisted he try some. It didn't taste of chocolate at all and the closest I can think of as a description of the texture is plasticine. You might be able to see from the bite marks on the chocolate that is has a gooey texture.