I've always been suspicious of the single origin cocoa bean phenomenon. How could it possibly make a difference? This bar might help change my mind. It's got an unusually sweet first bite, especially for a 64% chocolate, and a clean finish free of extraneous flavor. For once, the description on the package is accurate: "The fresh, fruity note...provides a sweeter, creamier taste than is typical of dark chocolate." The ingredients of this bar are technically vegan, but the allergy warning makes me think it is manufactured in a plant which doesn't clean its machines so thoroughly after use of non-vegan products. The company hails from the Hageland region of Belgium, but its importer is ironically right here in Hayward. It claims to make its chocolate with "100% solar renewable energy, ca. 20% from our own solar panels," and I hope that's as true as what it says about the taste of the chocolate.