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  1. Ritual Chocolate Belize Toledo Chocolate Bar

    Ritual Chocolate Belize Toledo Chocolate Bar 60g

    This chocolate has an incredible balance of fruity, earthy, and nutty flavors as a result of the complex genetic makeup of the growing region.
    75% cacao
    2018 Academy of Chocolate Silver Winner

    Made with organic cacao that is grown by a network of Mayan farmers in the Toledo district of Belize. This chocolate has an incredible balance of fruity, earthy, and nutty flavors as a result of the complex genetic makeup of the growing region. 60g / 2.12 oz per bar.

    Tasting Notes: Dried Fig, Cherry, & Tobacco.

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  2. Pralus Costa Rica Dark Chocolate Bar, 75% Cacao

    Pralus Costa Rica Bar 100g

    Dark chocolate, 75% cacao, Costa Rica.
    Costa Rica has 6% of the world's biodiversity, bringing François Pralus' interest in making delicious chocolate with this Trinitario single-origin cacao. The Pralus Costa Rica bar has woody and robust aromas, with freshness and a vanilla taste. Cocoa origin: Costa Rica. 75% Cacao, 100g/3.5oz. Learn More
  3. Sibo Turrialba 70% Cacao Bar – 50g

    Sibo Turrialba 70% Cacao Bar – 50g

    Nutty with a caramel & coffee undertone.
    Single origin Costa Rican cacao

    Sibo Turrialba 70% Dark Chocolate Bar. Well balanced, nutty with caramel & coffee notes… delicious! Net wt: 50g / 1.76oz.

    About Turrialba: Set in a river valley near Guayabo National Park this model farm is shaded with tropical cedar trees and isolated from other cacao farms in rich agricultural valley of Turrialba. Here, the Zeuner family has been producing award-winning cacao that is expertly fermented and dried onsite with strict quality standards that yields unmistakable hazelnut flavor.

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  4. Sibo Picante Chocolate Bar – 50g

    Sibo Picante Chocolate Bar – 50g

    Costa Rican Spicy Dark Chocolate Bar
    Sibo Picante Chocolate Bar, 70% cacao. Enjoy this rich dark chocolate infused with just the right amount of Ceylon cinnamon, cardamom and red chili flakes. Net wt: 50g / 1.76oz. Learn More
  5. Sibo Crystallized Ginger Chocolate Bar – 50g

    Sibo Crystallized Ginger Chocolate Bar – 50g

    Dark Costa Rican chocolate with Ginger
    Sibo Crystallized Ginger Dark Chocolate Bar, 70% cacao. An exceptional ginger bar. Spicy, then sweet with a long cocoa finish. Net wt: 50g / 1.76oz. Learn More
  6. Sibo Brunca Bar – 50g

    Sibo Brunca 70% Cacao Bar – 50g

    A nutty finish preceded by flavor notes that hint of spice & red fruit.
    Single origin Costa Rican cacao

    Sibo Brunca 70% Dark Chocolate Bar, Single origin dark chocolate that has a very complex flavor profile. Nutty notes are paired beautifully with a hint of spice and fruit. Net wt: 50g / 1.76oz.

    About Brunca: Near Piedras Blanca National Park on Costa Rica's southern Pacific region, Sibo's chocolate makers found something really special: a remote farm producing a very limited supply of cacao with clear criollo genetics. Sibo is looking forward to further experimentation with this rare cacao. For now, each batch yields pleasant surprises of complex flavors and a long finish.

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  7. Sibo Talamanca Bar – 50g

    Sibo Talamanca 70% Cacao Bar – 50g

    Hints of local herbs and dried fruits with a caramel undertone.
    Single origin Costa Rican cacao

    Sibo Talamanca 70% Dark Chocolate Bar, Single origin dark chocolate that has a very complex flavor profile. Hints of local herbs and dried fruits with a caramel undertone that is sure to please even the pickiest palate. Net wt: 50g / 1.76oz.

    About Talamanca: Set between the Talamanca Mountains and the Bananito River, two small farms provide Sibo's chocolate makers with gorgeous beans, fermented and dried by the Gaitan family, who have been working in cacao, "as long as they can remember". These trees have been planted and replanted for generations, and are genetically different than the types of cacao now commercially available throughout the region. The result is chocolate with hints of flavors that are rare and exciting.

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  8. Bonnat Bonnat Selva Maya Mexique (Mexico) 100g

    Bonnat Selva Maya Bar 100g

    Very balanced, fruity, intense and delicate. Dark 75% cacao, Mexico
    2016 International Chocolate Awards Gold Winner

    Bonnat Selva Maya 75% Cacao Bittersweet Chocolate, Awarded the 2016 World Gold Award at the International Chocolate Awards.
    Originating from the deepest Mayan territory in the heart of Chiapas, the ancient cocoas that make up the Selva Maya tablet have been rediscovered after several years of research and adventure. Very balanced, fruity, intense and delicate, this chocolate restores the tastes and perfumes of the fertile lands of Mexico. Kosher-Parve, 100g/3.5oz per bar. Learn More
  9. Bonnat Xoconuzco Bar 100g

    Bonnat Xoconuzco Bar 100g

    Discover its rapturous aroma and exceptional flavor. Dark 75% cacao, Mexico.
    Bonnat Cacao real del Xoconuzco 75% Bittersweet Chocolate This is the first cocoa known to have been cultivated by man in a sustained way, from near the Izapa pyramid in Mexico. Cacao del Xoconusco was reserved for the Emperors of the Precolumbian civilizations to imbue them with strength and courage. For the first time since 1850 this cocoa is being utilized so you can discover its rapturous aroma and exceptional flavor. Kosher-Parve, 100g/3.5oz per bar. Learn More
  10. Ritual Chocolate Mexico Soconusco Chocolate Bar

    Ritual Chocolate Mexico Soconusco Chocolate Bar 60g

    There’s a bit of citrus in the flavor, but it definitely takes a backseat to the upfront nutty, woody and chocolate flavors.
    75% cacao
    2018 Academy of Chocolate Silver Winner

    The Soconusco cacao growing region has a chocolate history that is as rich as its flavor is today. This area was one of the main cacao producing regions for the Aztec empire and it’s quality was considered to be the most valuable by the colonial Spanish empire. This chocolate is made with cacao from the Rayen Cooperative, which is a new organization of cacao growers that are focused on quality and continuing the reputation of the Soconusco region as a strong cacao source. This is a region that we have been interested in ever since we began making chocolate because of its unique history and fabled quality. One's first impression of flavor of this origin is extreme nuttiness (imagine the nuttiness of Madagascar chocolate but without all the fruit). There’s a bit of citrus in the flavor, but it definitely takes a backseat to the upfront nutty, woody and chocolate flavors. This coop is extremely small, which means that supply of this origin will be limited. 60g / 2.12 oz per bar.

    Tasting Notes: Nutty & Woody with a hint of Citrus.

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  11. Guido Gobino Chontalpa Extra Dark 70% Cialdine - 5.5g

    Guido Gobino Chontalpa Presidio Slow Foods Extra Dark 70% Cialdine - 5.5g

    $0.89

    Individually wrapped piece. Cacao origin: Mexico.
    Cialdine extra dark chocolate produced entirely in the Chontalpa region in Tabasco, Mexico. A Slow Food Presidia with a special dedicated packaging, fully recyclable and made ​​from waste materials involved in the manufacturing process of sugar. Net wt. 5.5g Learn More
  12. Guido Gobino Chontalpa Cialdine Extra Dark 70% Bulk 1Kg

    Guido Gobino Chontalpa Presidio Slow Foods Cialdine Extra Dark 70% Bulk 1Kg

    $102.88

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    Dark, Individually wrapped. Repackaged. Cacao origin: Mexico.
    Cialdine extra dark chocolate produced entirely in the Chontalpa region in Tabasco, Mexico. A Slow Food Presidia with a special dedicated packaging, fully recyclable and made ​​from waste materials involved in the manufacturing process of sugar. Net wt. 1Kg/2.2lbs., approximately 180 pieces. Learn More
  13. Guido Gobino Chontalpa Cialdine Extra Dark 70% Bag 200g

    Guido Gobino Chontalpa Presidio Slow Foods Cialdine Extra Dark 70% Bag 200g

    $21.50

    Dark, Individually wrapped. Repackaged. Cacao origin: Mexico.
    Cialdine extra dark chocolate produced entirely in the Chontalpa region in Tabasco, Mexico. A Slow Food Presidia with a special dedicated packaging, fully recyclable and made ​​from waste materials involved in the manufacturing process of sugar. Net wt. 200g/7oz., approximately 36 pieces. Learn More
  14. Guido Gobino Chontalpa  Extra Bitter 80% Cialdine - 5.5g

    Guido Gobino Chontalpa Presidio Slow Foods Extra Bitter 80% Cialdine - 5.5g

    $0.89

    Individually wrapped piece. Cacao origin: Mexico.
    Cialdine extra bitter chocolate produced entirely in the Chontalpa region in Tabasco, Mexico. A Slow Food Presidia with a special dedicated packaging, fully recyclable and made ​​from waste materials involved in the manufacturing process of sugar. Net wt. 5.5g Learn More
  15. Guido Gobino Chontalpa Cialdine Extra Bitter 80% Bulk 1Kg

    Guido Gobino Chontalpa Presidio Slow Foods Cialdine Extra Bitter 80% Bulk 1Kg

    $102.88

    Dark, Individually wrapped. Repackaged. Cacao origin: Mexico.
    Cialdine extra bitter chocolate produced entirely in the Chontalpa region in Tabasco, Mexico. A Slow Food Presidia with a special dedicated packaging, fully recyclable and made ​​from waste materials involved in the manufacturing process of sugar. Net wt. 1Kg/2.2lbs., approximately 180 pieces. Learn More

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