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Now if you'll excuse us, we just had some crazy good Valentine's Day chocolate with sea salt to describe in 140 characters or less.
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My old colleague Bob Johnson used to complain of his debilitating case of F.O.M.S., or Fear Of Missing Something. It caused him to stay too late at the party, hang around for a beer or two past his bedtime and generally run himself ragged, convinced that an unmissable occurrence was right around the corner. It was rarely worth it.
True love may be priceless, but does that mean we should pay through the nose for fine chocolate on Valentine's Day - or any day?
The answer is unequivocally yes in the opinion of Rick and Mike Mast, whose organic hand-crafted chocolate bars garnering rave reviews retail for $9.
"You get what you pay for," insisted Rick Mast, 34. "For me, chocolate shouldn't be something you can pick up at the gas station for a buck or two."
The Mast Brothers are not gourmet chocolatiers - the artisans who melt down large blocks of chocolate and refashion the mix into delectable treats of all shapes and flavors. Rather, Rick and his brother Mike, 31, are true chocolate makers in the tradition of Willy Wonka's Oompa-Loompas, though the towering, red-bearded Masts - Rick is 6'4", Mike 6'3" - could hardly be confused with author Roald Dahl's fictional Lilliputian chocolate workers.
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