The fabulously doomy fellows of Daylight Dies show us how to make beer and merriment in this entertaining clip...
However, I am sitting on my butt eating dark chocolate that matches the dark abysses of my black metal soul. Many neophytes have been misinformed on this matter by the demiurge known as Godiva. Godiva is overpriced and certainly not "all that", although I have been known to go there for free samples. Many others have been turned away from the dark side by the low quality dark chocolate posers marched forth in great numbers by false kings like Hershey, Russel Stover, and the random stuff you find in dollar stores. But I am here to show you the light! (err... darkness!)
This chocolate kicks ass. My favorite is their Orange Noire because it combines 2 flavors that I love, chocolate and oranges. Valrhona especially makes a good orange-flavored chocolate because the actual chocolate flavor is already fruity. They make baking chocolate. I actually eat their baking chocolate without it being in anything else. They also own chocolate farms, which issue forth single origin chocolates. Now there's an interesting idea.
2. Green and Black's
This is a brand that I see in hipster stores. It's organic and it actually tastes pretty good. It's not super special but it's solid and usually comes in the familiar candy bar format. I like that it's fair trade, so I'm helping to give a little extra to someone who works in a chocolate factory (perhaps to buy metal albums or instruments).
Star Wars jokes aside, here's another interesting new age type company. I'm going to say the same about this company's environmental concerns as I said about the aforementioned one. I like that they make super dark chocolates, 87% and 100%, and that they have some interesting flavors like rosemary and chili pepper.