In his poem “Voyelles”, Arthur Rimbaud links the letter A to the colour black. Chocol@ aims to do the same, between vowels, consonants and other characters on the one side, and on the other not just colours, but textures and tastes as well. Case in point is this letter A, revealing a violet-coloured ganache - that’s chocolatespeak for filling - on the inside of a body of fine black chocolate. As the alphabet’s first letter and first vowel, this A deserves to be in pole position. Go on, taste it. We wager you’ll rate it A.