My friend who often serves as my alter ego divined perfectly the gift I wanted from New York: chocolate. Actually, I didn't even know I was getting a gift from New York, but that was what I would have asked for from such a generous soul. The company appears to be called Urzi Artisanal Chocolate and they're located in Firenze, the beautiful Italian name for the city we Anglophones call Florence. The bar is Gran Cru Maracay Extra Fine Milk Chocolate. The back of the bar says in charmingly broken English that it's "only 40%" cacao content, but that it's a "milk product unique in his type, with three cocoa and milk of high quality and vanilla bourbon." I can't vouch for any of that, aside from maybe if there's alcohol it adds a certain astringency (I'm not convinced it actually means bourbon and not extract, though). The bar is incredibly creamy, which is one of the qualities I look for in a milk chocolate. The initial taste is also quite sweet and a bit fruity, but there is a dry, almost sour finish. It's not unpleasant, just unusual, and the aftertaste returns to a redolence of fruit. A sophisticated experience as one would expect from an Italian import.