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This #norwegianmade bar is incredibly savory, creamy and smooth 🤤 You can smell and taste subtle notes of the goat milk funk, with something akin to caramel (that famous *brown cheese! 🧀🤔)
The texture is crazy fun too, since once you let it soften on your tongue, it has a fudgey consistency, with detectable flakes of sea salt. I plan to give some to my in-laws to taste, since they notoriously do not care for goat milk--I think this could convert them!
*😯 Brown cheese technically isn't cheese at all! The water from whey of goat's milk is boiled down until the sugars caramelize. The caramel-like goop is cooled until you get a nice block of brown 'cheese'. It's a versatile favorite of Norway in both sweet and savory applications. In my limited experience with it, chocolate is a fabulously delicious application 😍
well, for a milk choco lover like me...this was a dandy and fine flavor to bubble up from the creatively friendly lands of Norway. The milk choco has a smooth , rich taste and, when added to the brown goat cheese flavor (which is buttery, slightly salty and sweet), it literally becomes a warm sun bath inside the soul and mouth of the person eating it. I cant put it more simply than that. The brown goat cheese flavor is definitely NOT a strong /overbearing/pungent affair.....it is super mellow and just a hint more than subtle in it's offering :)
I am truly impressed by this chocolate. It is very crunchy, unusual and unique in its sweetness. It has a caramel undertone. The addition of the cheese makes it very smooth and milky. I highly recommend it as a desert chocolate.
Collection title: Acul Du Nord, Haiti
Collection description: Acul-du-Nord is an arrondissement in the Nord Department of Haiti, a Caribbean nation which shares an island with the Dominican Republic. In terms of economic and financial infrastructure, the region is rather thinly equipped; most residents depend upon agriculture as their main source of livelihood. Common crops in Acul-du-Nord are coffee, rice, and a variety of tropical fruits, though it’s also become common to practice beekeeping & honey harvesting. The central cacao fermentary run by Produits Des Iles SA (PISA) has been a game-changer for the quality of cacao coming out of this region.
Collection title: All Chocolate Bars
Collection title: Annual Sale
Collection title: Cacao Origin: Haiti
Collection title: Chocolate with Salt
Collection description: Why is salt in chocolate so good? Salt is an inspired and natural pairing to chocolate (and sugar). Salt intensifies your body’s ability to taste sugar, and it also suppresses the bitterness of chocolate. Not to mention it also enhances the many flavor nuances found in single origin chocolate.
Collection title: Extra Ten
Collection title: Fjåk Chocolate
Collection description: Fjåk Chocolate, Norway’s first bean to bar chocolate maker! Fjåk focuses on ethically traded, organic cacao beans while using fresh ingredients inspired by their surrounding Nordic nature. Starting the chocolate journey in 2015, owners Agur and Siv spent two years experimenting and perfecting their chocolate. Fjåk was officially launched in 2017 and already won multiple awards by 2018. The name Fjåk comes from the Hardanger dialect, where people in the region would refer to each other as fjåk. It roughly translates to ‘loveable’ or ‘honest’ and well chocolate is the most loveable thing in the world!
Collection title: Homepage Collection
Collection title: Milk & Dark Milk Chocolate
Collection title: New Arrivals
Collection title: Nut Free Chocolate
Collection title: Organic Chocolate
Collection title: PISA
Collection description: Produits Des Iles SA (PISA) is one of the few groups in Haiti working to export single-origin Haitian cacao, a battle they’ve been taking on since their inception in 2012. Prior to PISA’s establishment, basically all Haitian cacao was sold in the commodity market at dirt-cheap prices, despite the fact that neighboring Dominican Republic’s industry was booming. So the group decided to take on the task themselves, buying wet cacao from local farmers and processing it centrally in a northern facility. PISA’s beans are described by importer Uncommon Cacao as the “perfect storm of chocolate, caramelized sugars, and juicy dark berries,” and we couldn’t agree more. While makers’ choices play a large role in the final flavor, these notes are steadfast and hard to ignore. All PISA cacao is certified organic.
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: Women In Chocolate
Collection description: This collection highlights craft chocolate bars from women chocolate makers or women owned chocolate companies.
award-International Chocolate Awards
region-Acul Du Nord