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  1. 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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  2. Ritual Chocolate Dark Candied Orange & Cranberry Chocolate Bar 60g

    Ritual Chocolate Dark Candied Orange & Cranberry Chocolate Bar 60g

    Rich dark chocolate with a fruity tang.
    70% cacao

    Limited Edition. Lightly sweetened, candied orange and dried cranberries are sprinkled throughout Mid Mountain 70% dark chocolate. With bursts of orange essence in each bite, this bar is a spectrum of flavors from mouth watering citrus to rick dark chocolate. 60g / 2.12 oz per bar.

    Tasting Notes: Sweet orange zest, dried cranberries.

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  3. Monsoon Chocolate Blue Corn Atole White Chocolate Bar - 50g

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    Monsoon Chocolate Blue Corn Atole White Chocolate Bar - 50g

    Fine white chocolate flavored with Blue Corn Atole.
    International Chocolate Awards Americas 2019 Bronze Winner.
    International Chocolate Awards Americas 2019 Special Award Winner - Gastro.

    The Pueblo of Santa Ana is a Native American tribe with reservation lands that include a strip of New Mexico's fertile Rio Grande valley. The members of Santa Ana have lived just north of Albuquerque, New Mexico, since at least the early 1500s. Agriculture has been central to the survival of the Santa Ana community for over 500 years. Blue corn, the most treasured grain of Pueblo tribes, is the prominent crop of Santa Ana. The Tamayame people not only grow the corn, but also operate a stone mill to create several products under the brand name Tamaya Blue.

    This bar is inspired by the traditional corn and masa-based beverage Atole of Mesoamerican origin, where toasted corn or masa is blended with water or milk, piloncillo (unrefined cane sugar), vanilla, and optional spices, fruits, or chocolate. The consistency of this beverage can range from a thick porridge to a thin liquid. Here the blue corn has been refined into a traditional white chocolate that retains just enough texture to enhance the perception of the delicate and floral qualities of the heirloom corn.

    Net wt. 50g / 1.76oz.

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  4. Monsoon Chocolate Mesquite White Chocolate Bar - 50g

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    Monsoon Chocolate Mesquite White Chocolate Bar - 50g

    Fine Ecuadorian white chocolate flavored with Mesquite.
    International Chocolate Awards Americas 2019 Silver Winner.

    The cocoa butter in this bar is pressed from fine flavor cacao in the country of origin by Camino Verde, just outside of Duran, Ecuador. To this is added organic sugar, organic milk powder, organic butter, and ground mesquite pod from the San Xavier Cooperative Farm. This bar contains the equivalent sugar content of a 70% Dark Chocolate.

    Net wt. 50g / 1.76oz.

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  5. 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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  6. Suzanne's Chocolate Assorted Chocolate Hearts 6-pc Box

    Suzanne's Chocolate Assorted Chocolate Hearts 6pc Box

    A six flavor assortment of filled heart-shaped chocolates.
    A beautiful and delicious chocolate treat for Valentine's Day or any other occasion! This assortment of filled heart-shaped chocolates contains six different flavors: Cardamom, Raspberry, Strawberry Pistachio, Créme Fraiche, Passion Fruit and Mocha. Made with the finest authentic ingredients. Treat yourself and the one you love! Net wt: 1.6oz / 44g Learn More
  7. Ritual Chocolate Vanilla Blend Chocolate Bar

    Ritual Chocolate Vanilla Blend Chocolate Bar 60g

    The chocolate highlights the amazing flavors of bourbon vanilla. Whole vanilla beans from Madagascar are combined with Mid Mountain Blend chocolate.
    70% cacao
    2018 Academy of Chocolate Bronze Winner

    Made with Madagascar Bourbon Vanilla, this chocolate is rich, dark and creamy with a floral, buttery aroma. The chocolate highlights the amazing flavors of bourbon vanilla. Whole vanilla beans from Madagascar are combined with Mid Mountain Blend chocolate. If you're curious about the higher price point of this bar, it all has to do with the cost of vanilla. A relatively high amount of pure vanilla is added to this chocolate, and bourbon vanilla from Madagascar just so happens to be one of the most expensive ingredients in the world. 60g / 2.12 oz per bar.

    Tasting Notes: Vanilla & floral.

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