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Great snap, beautiful honey flavor. This bar is perfect for folks who prefer their chocolate on the sweet side! I would give it to people as means of converting them over to dark chocolate. I love the slightly coarse texture! They get dinged a star for the highly misleading "cocoa nibs" title... there's maybe 20 nibs sprinkled on the whole bar. Add more nibs or please be upfront about how sparsely nibbed this bar is.
I really like the wrap and the mold of this maker. The bar is interesting. Hard snap. Coarse texture. Intense chocolate honey tastes with fruity undertones. The honey aftertaste on the bottom of the throat. The nibs add a nice bitter finish/aftertaste contrasting the sweet-tasting experience. Good but not my favorite.
The chocolate is very smooth, and you can taste the real honey. I also like the little crunch from the cacao nibs. Overall it is a little too sweet for my liking, but still a very interesting bar.
Beautiful mold and wrap. Hard snap. The texture is not smooth as I thought but more like rough ground. I am not sure id the reason is the inclusion. If you try Honeymoon Chocolate (recently added to Bar&Cocoa makers assortment), you will notice a huge difference in mouthfeel. All honeymoon bars are very very buttery. They literally liquefies in your mouth. The flavor is like intense Honey Chocolate with fruity undertones. Not my favorite. I really love the depth of the nibs adding bitter aftertaste.
Collection title: All Chocolate Bars
Collection title: Cacao Origin: Madagascar
Collection title: Dark Chocolate
Collection title: Extra Ten
Collection title: Hogarth
Collection description: Hogarth Chocolate is a small craft chocolate maker in Nelson, New Zealand. The founders Karl and Marina started making chocolate after Karl was inspired by craft chocolate after a trip to South America when he tasted pure cacao for the first time. Karl was inspired by the true flavors of chocolate is capable of. Their chocolate hobby evolved into a business so Karl could spend more time at home with his family, a completely different direction from his 20 years of former seafaring life. Karl tinkers with and makes machines to make the chocolate making process more efficient and precise. The team at Hogarth is always on a mission to find new inspiration from the world to be transformed into their next chocolate bar.
Collection title: Homepage Collection
Collection title: New Arrivals
Collection title: Norandino Cooperative
Collection description: Founded in 2005, the Cooperativa Norandino represents more than 7,000 families producing cocoa, coffee and panela across the north of Peru. Its mission is to improve the livelihoods of its member families by offering access to local and international markets. The cooperative is large by Peruvian standard, but it’s driven by its core values of transparency, equality, respect, responsibility, democracy and quality. All of Norandino's producers are Organic- and Fairtrade-certified, but because it represents cacao producers from so many regions of the country, chocolate makers are able to source Norandino cacao based on area of cultivation or even type of cacao. This allows makers to invest in a sustainable and equitable system while still maintaining control over their unique flavor proposition.
Collection title: Nut Free Chocolate
Collection title: Peru Chocolate Makers
Collection title: Piura, Peru
Collection description: Piura is a department of northwestern Peru, bordered in the north by Ecuador and on the west by the Pacific Ocean. Several rivers run through the province from the region’s mountainous zones, serving to keep the coastal plantations naturally well-irrigated and productive year-round. The region is the second most-populous in the country, responsible for roughly a third of Peru’s annual petroleum production, as well as a significant amount of its mining. Similar to the rest of the country, much of Piura’s agriculture relies upon commercialized crops, such as sorghum, rice, corn, and yucca, though an increasing amount of native criollo cacao is being cultivated throughout the region.
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: Variety-Trinitario
Collection title: Vegan Chocolate
awards-International Chocolate Awards