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Alma Chocolate

In 2004, Sarah Hart started playing with chocolate recipes, creating iconic molds and painting them in edible gold leaf. She perfected these treats the hard way, through trial and error. Instead of enrolling in culinary school, she found an instructor to come to her home. Soon thereafter, Alma Chocolate was born.

The name Alma comes from Sarah's grandmother, Alma Hart. She taught Sarah to bake pies – and how to nourish others through a love of good food. Alma means spirit, or soul, in Latin. Combine that with the root word for chocolate, Theobroma, meaning food of the gods, and you've got one divinely edible concept.

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  1. Alma Chocolate Genmaicha Crunch Bar 1.5oz

    Alma Chocolate Genmaicha Crunch Bar 1.5oz

    "Dark" milk chocolate (40%) with a hint of malt contrasts beautifully with the earthy flavor of toasted Japanese rice.
    Alma Chocolate Genmaicha Crunch Bar. “Dark” milk chocolate (40% cacao) with a hint of malt contrasts beautifully with the earthy flavor of Japanese toasted rice (Usually found blended with green tea for a drink called Genmaicha). Simple. Perfect. Addictive. Net wt: 1.5oz / 43g. Learn More
  2. Alma Chocolate Three Green Frogs from Alma Chocolate

    Alma Chocolate Green Frogs Three-Pack 1.5oz

    Made with single origin 74% cacao and dusted with edible green coloring, three green frogs in a clear bag.
    Alma's hand-crafted Dark Chocolate Green colored Frogs. Made with single origin (beans from the Dominican Republic). 74% cacao and dusted with edible green coloring. These three frogs are placed in a clear wrapper by the wonderful chocolatiers at Alma Chocolate (They are unwrapped in the main photo so you can see it better). Approximate net wt. 1.5oz. Learn More

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