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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 Chocolate “Tea” Pouch - 4oz

    Honeymoon Chocolates Chocolate “Tea” Pouch - 4oz

    A unusual “tea” produced from cacao beans.

    Chocolate Tea - A unique coffee replacement! The flavor? Much like a black tea with a strong chocolate aroma. Try it with honey and cream.

    Caffeine? None- but it features a heavy dose of theobromine. This active compound in chocolate will wake you up in the morning without the usual coffee jitters. Chocolate tea is made from the husk of cocoa beans.

    Each pouch brews approximately 15 servings.

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  2. Honeymoon Chocolates Colombia 77% Cacao Dark Chocolate Bar - 2.2oz

    Honeymoon Chocolates Colombia 77% Cacao Dark Chocolate Bar - 2.2oz

    Single-origin Colombian cacao dark chocolate bar.

    Crafted from Sierra Nevada cacao grown in a harmonious place near the Caribbean coast of Colombia. Cacao Hunters has worked closely with 13 farming families to develop biodiverse cacao agroforestry, and a prosperous way of life alternative to the degenerative monocropping of bananas that is prevalent in this part of the country. Farmers’ degree of technical expertise really stands out as exceptional: farmers are even running their own pollination trials to improve quality and yields, which are currently around 700 Kg/hectare in the region. In addition to excellent growing and processing practices, the cacao from Sierra Nevada tastes delicious.

    Tasting notes: Cranberry, coffee, lemon, pecan.

    Net wt. 2.2oz / 62g.

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  3. 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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  4. Honeymoon Chocolates Haiti 75% Cacao Coffee Dark Chocolate Bar - 2.2oz

    Honeymoon Chocolates Haiti 75% Cacao Coffee Dark Chocolate Bar - 2.2oz

    Single-origin Haitian cacao dark chocolate bar, flavored with Haitian coffee.

    Haitian cacao and coffee all rolled up into a single bar- sweetened with honey, of course! This 75% Dark Chocolate features cacao from Haiti PISA (Produits Des Iles SA) and ‘Brew for Impact’ coffee from Haitian farmers

    Net wt. 2.2oz / 62g.

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  5. Honeymoon Chocolates Peru 70% Cacao Dark Chocolate Bar - 2.2oz

    Honeymoon Chocolates Peru 70% Cacao Dark Chocolate Bar - 2.2oz

    Single-origin Peruvian cacao dark chocolate bar.

    A masterful blend of 70% Ucayali River Peruvian Cacao and Raw Honey. It required over 5 years to craft a recipe worthy of the Honeymoon Chocolates name! The current harvest being roasted is the Early 2020 bean- bursting with fruit and fudge notes.

    Ucayali River Cacao is a central fermentary that works with cocoa farmers along the Ucayali River outside of the Peruvian city of Pucallpa. The region has historically been afflicted with unrest from narco-trafficking and the presence of the Shining Path militant group. Ucayali River Cacao has partnered with USAID and Alianza Peru to give local farmers access to an alternate market to cocaine. Working with around 400 smallholder farmers with one to three hectares of land each, Ucayali River Cacao buys wet cacao at a premium price. They have worked with Daniel O’Doherty of Cacao Services to hone their fermenting and drying processes. There are three groups of cacao that can be found in the Ucayali region: various Trinitario clones, CCN-51 and what the locals call “comun”. The comun varieties are similar to Trinitario, lower in bitterness and astringency. Ucayali River Cacao purchases only the comun and Trinitario clone varieties. (meridiancacao.com)

    Tasting notes: Fresh strawberry, caramel, fudge.

    Net wt. 2.2oz / 62g.

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  6. Honeymoon Chocolates Dark Raspberry 70% Cacao Chocolate Bar - 2.2oz

    Honeymoon Chocolates Dark Raspberry 70% Cacao Chocolate Bar - 2.2oz

    Single-origin Peruvian cacao dark chocolate bar, flavored with raspberries.

    70% Ucayali River Peruvian Cacao with Pure Raspberries and Raw Honey. While the 70% Peru base boasts strong flavors of strawberries, this bar has an additional raspberry zing.

    Ucayali River Cacao is a central fermentary that works with cocoa farmers along the Ucayali River outside of the Peruvian city of Pucallpa. The region has historically been afflicted with unrest from narco-trafficking and the presence of the Shining Path militant group. Ucayali River Cacao has partnered with USAID and Alianza Peru to give local farmers access to an alternate market to cocaine. Working with around 400 smallholder farmers with one to three hectares of land each, Ucayali River Cacao buys wet cacao at a premium price. They have worked with Daniel O’Doherty of Cacao Services to hone their fermenting and drying processes. There are three groups of cacao that can be found in the Ucayali region: various Trinitario clones, CCN-51 and what the locals call “comun”. The comun varieties are similar to Trinitario, lower in bitterness and astringency. Ucayali River Cacao purchases only the comun and Trinitario clone varieties. (meridiancacao.com)

    Net wt. 2.2oz / 62g.

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