Chocolate Trio Gift Box
You can't go wrong with a gift of chocolate. Particularly this selection.
Including FREE SHIPPING & a 3$ donation to a non profit of choice.
Goodnow Farms Almendra Blanca Hot Cocoa: From an award-winning Sudbury Massachusetts-based chocolate maker pressing their own cocoa butter into incredibly flavorful hot cocoa. Not alkalized, you will need to stir a your Goodnow hot cocoa a bit more vigorously than other brands, but you’ll taste the unique flavor of the beans, and get the full benefit of cacao’s flavanols!
Manoa Liliko'i Passion Fruit Dark Milk Chocolate Bar 50%: When the seeds of passion fruit first came to Hawaii from Australia in 1880, they were planted in the East Maui district of Liliko'i and the name stuck. Inside, the fruit is filled with an aromatic mass of juicy pulp and edible seeds. The juice, with its distinct tangy flavor, is a popular ingredient in Hawaiian cuisine, used to make sauce, candy, ice cream, tea, or in cocktails and shave ice. Manoa Chocolate is a Hawaii based chocolate maker, which is a lot like saying "wine maker." Wine makers buy grapes and turn them into wine. Chocolate makers buy cacao and turn them into chocolate. Manoa strives to make the best chocolate possible and help grow the craft chocolate industry as a whole.
Ragged Coast Tahini Cups: Hand-crafted from single-origin chocolates and organic tahini, these silky smooth confections are what tahini lovers' dreams are made of. Sweet, with a hint of vanilla, this classic nut butter cup colors just a little outside traditional lines - and that's the way we like it. Based in Maine, Ragged Coast makes all of their confections with fresh cream and butter from local farms. They buy or trade for fresh herbs, fruits, vegetables, and edible flowers with Maine farmers and gardeners they've met along the way--at farmers' markets, on the road, in their shops, or on their farms. And they source single origin, sustainably-grown, and directly traded chocolates from producers in Latin America that not only make the best chocolate in the world, but also treat the growers, harvesters, and the flora and fauna on their lands with respect. We know you can taste the difference.