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Honeymoon Chocolates

Honeymoon Chocolates officially began in a dorm room kitchen when Co-Founders Cam and Haley first began making bean-to-bar craft chocolate as a hobby. Honeymoon Chocolates was founded in 2016 and specializes in bean-to-bar craft chocolate sweetened solely with raw honey.

A few positives in using honey compared to traditional cane sugar include a roughly 1.5 time multiple in sweetness (which decrease overall caloric content by 20 calories for a 2.5 oz. bar), a lower glycemic index, and trace amounts of beneficial enzymes, amino acids, antioxidants, B vitamins, and minerals such as calcium, magnesium and potassium.

A portion of Honeymoon's proceeds goes to support honeybee research; they also purchase directly from beekeepers, which provides support to apiarists.

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  1. Honeymoon Chocolates Haiti Manuka 80% Cacao Dark Chocolate Bar - 2.2oz

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    Honeymoon Chocolates Haiti Manuka 80% Cacao Dark Chocolate Bar - 2.2oz

    Single-origin Haitian cacao dark chocolate bar.

    Hand-crafted Haitian PISA (Produits Des Iles SA) Cacao and Manuka Raw Honey from New Zealand blend to produce this 80% Dark Chocolate. PISA launched their centralized processing facility in 2014, which was a revolutionary change for the way the cacao industry worked in Haiti, offering the first high quality Haitian cacao to the US market.

    Tasting notes: Apricot, Vanilla, Green Banana, and Pine.

    Net wt. 2.2oz / 62g.

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  2. Honeymoon Chocolates Haiti 85% Cacao Dark Chocolate Bar

    Honeymoon Chocolates Haiti 85% Cacao Dark Chocolate Bar - 2.2oz

    Single-origin Haitian cacao dark chocolate bar.

    Hand-crafted Haitian PISA (Produits Des Iles SA) Cacao and Raw Honey to blend to produce this 85% Dark Chocolate. PISA launched their centralized processing facility in 2014, which was a revolutionary change for the way the cacao industry worked in Haiti, offering the first high quality Haitian cacao to the US market.

    Tasting notes: Molasses, Pie Crust, Smoked Wood, and Dried Cherry.

    Net wt. 2.2oz / 62g.

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