I've had chocolate with chili, lavendar, pepper, salt, amongst other more "normal" things in them. One of my favorites was a chili jelly, which is weird, as I hate chili jelly. But the best has to be something intense, like the 85-90% options out there - if they're good ones!
It's kind of interesting at first, but ultimately kind of gross.
I've had something similar... Aldi grocery stores have an excellent chocolate section with cheap, but very good, European chocolate. Chili is one of the flavors, and I've always thought it was alright.
But seriously, check out Aldi if you like chocolate! I couldn't believe the good selection they have for cheap!
I've been offline from BGG for the last couple of weeks, but I'll be back very soon!
I'm that weirdo that keeps track of how many badges Kaffedrake has sold prior to yesterday
There's not nearly enough chili in it. Despite that, it's not bad. (But it's not particularly good either.)
That's what I feel about it too.
For some unknown (and fortunate) reason, in Portugal we drink a lot of liquid yogurts (we've got complete aisles packed with them in supermarkets), more so than any other place I've been. These are two of my favorites:
Spicy chili lemon and coconut / spicy chili strawberry and chocolate liquid yogurts.
Chocolate and chiles are a great combo, as Mexican cuisine can testify with its mole sauces. Lake Champlain Aztec instant cocoa is spiced with cayenne and cinnamon - yummm... and there's several spicy artisan chocolates.
Dagoba is really good stuff, I'd recommend it. I've had the Lindt chili bar too (along with almost every other Lindt bar) and it was ok - not gross at all, I'm just not that into spicy stuff. Not a bad combo, but I can think of many more appealing ones.