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This is an incredible bar. The chocolate is super smooth, perfect snap. The Earl Grey flavor blends seamlessly with the chocolate and you get a finish of Earl Grey after each bite, like taking a sip of tea at the end. I liked that the flavor wasn't overpowering. I would definitely eat another bar. This one makes you want to come back again and again.
Ordered this one for my mother who really enjoys earl grey and she loved it. I got her to give up the tiniest piece for me to try and it was really good! Not a strong tea flavor but a good balance of the chocolate and tea.
Collection title: All Chocolate Bars
Collection title: Cacao Origin: Honduras
Collection title: Crow & Moss
Collection description: Crow & Moss makes artisan chocolate in one hundred pound batches in Petoskey, Michigan. Mike Davies the founder makes chocolate bars to share unique and true-to-bean flavor experiences with chocolate lovers through the midwest. All his chocolate is made with organic vegan sugar, and the purest of ingredients.
Collection title: Dark Chocolate
Collection title: Homepage Collection
Collection title: Latest Arrivals
Collection title: Nut Free Chocolate
Collection title: Shop Bar & Cocoa
Collection title: Soy Free Chocolate
Collection description: These chocolates do not list soy products as a main ingredient. Some of the chocolates say: "may contain traces of soy" where perhaps a very small amount may have come in contact with the food due to shared equipment or facility usage. Each product has icons that indicate whether a product is completely soy free or may contain traces.
Collection title: United States Chocolate Makers
Collection title: Variety-Trinitario
Collection title: Vegan Chocolate
Collection title: Wampusirpi, Honduras
Collection description: Wampusirpi is a municipality of just under 6,000 residents, in the northeastern Honduran department of Gracias a Dios. Many parts of the region are only accessible by boat via the Patuca River, which connects the villages. The whole area is largely dependent upon agriculture, but eschews the conventional use of pesticides in favor of more traditional approaches; it’s often called “organic without the certification.”