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The primary flavor of Sabra is a rich, bittersweetish chocolate. The dense chocolate is cut with the sweet and sour taste of oranges. This citrus addition gives Sabra an extra kick that chocolate doesn't have.
Israel is famous for its citrus fruit, especially the Jaffa oranges that are the citrus compliment to the delicious chocolate taste here. Jaffa oranges are complex. They are sweet and tart at the same time. Sabra keeps this complexity.
The Sabra bottle is reminiscent of a genie bottle in shape. It seems best served either slightly chilled or slightly warmed. At room temperature, it loses something. Chilling seems to thicken the chocolate feel. Warming seems to bring out the citrus tones more.
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