My parents came back from three trips and bought me three bars, of which two are pictured here:
Actually, those are just the wrappers. I ate them too quickly. SORRY.
I've reviewed Roh-Kaolade before, and I preferred the 60% bar with spirulina to the 50% with dried fruits (i.e. trockenfruchts). The spirulina bar was weird and interesting, while the 50% was just a bit too sweet, and the trockenfructs only made the problem worse. I mean, still chocolate. But sweet chocolate, and with fruit. Tockenfrucht.
Martha's Vineyard-based Enchanted Chocolates, creators of the "Dark Vader" 70% bar "made with Magick & Love," is better at chocolate than at spelling. I mean, nothing about this bar is fancy. There is a pretty good chance it's just re-tempered Valrhona or something. I am not sure. Maybe not. In any case, it was good. It tasted like chocolate. Sort of candy-ish chocolate, but what do you expect?
The Chilmark Chocolates bar was the best of the bunch. Also Martha's Vineyard-based, Chilmark Chocolates is a store that constantly has a line out the door whenever it's open. It's the premiere chocolatier up there, but it's nothing too fancy, in reality. But that does not mean it's not good. They get a surprisingly rich flavor out of whatever-it-is that they use. Their chocolates (bonbons etc.) are what they are known for, and they are really quite delicious, but their dark bar does the job.
Bottom Line: If you're on Martha's Vineyard, Chilmark Chocolates are definitely worth a try. Just get someone else to wait on line for you.