Thursday, April 18, 2019

Antidote Chocolate - Almond + Fennel 73% (bar) - Apr. 18, 2019

Chocolate of the Day: 

Antidote Chocolate
Artemis: Almond + Fennel 73% slow roasted cacao (bar)
Good +
Weight: 1.15 oz. (32.5 g.) / 2.3 oz. (65 g.) in total bar
Calories: 190 calories in 1/2 bar
Cost: $9.00 for 1 bar
Purchased from: Chocolate Covered, San Francisco, CA

Welcome to Day #4 of Chocolate, Plants and Herbs Theme Week.

Today's Artemis: Almond + Fennel 73% slow roasted cacao bar was from Antidote Chocolate (Brooklyn, NY).

The chocolate (made with slow roasted Arriba Nacional cacao) had a deeper, darker flavor than most 70ish-percent bars.

Almond pieces gave this dark chocolate a slightly nutty aroma and flavor. And the sprinkle of fennel seeds gave this dark chocolate a faint savory herb aroma and crunchy, seedy texture.

By comparison, in yesterday's bar fennel was incorporated into a date filling, and had a sweeter, more prominent licorice flavor. For those that don't care as much for licorice, the more subtle fennel flavor in these seeds might be more to your liking.

Shown at left is a fennel plant with green fronds sprouting in the spring. Fennel is an edible plant (bulb, shoots and seeds) that looks like dill and the new green fronds taste quite sweet with a strong licorice flavor.






Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Mirzam Chocolate Makers - 62% Dark Chocolate with Dates and Fennel (bar) - Apr. 17, 2019

Chocolate of the Day: 

Mirzam Chocolate Makers
62% Dark Chocolate with Dates and Fennel (bar)
Good +++
Weight: 1.235 oz. (35 g.) / 2.47 oz. (70 g.) in total bar
Calories: 185 calories (estimate) in 1/2 bar
Cost: $11.00 (if turquoise dot) for 1 bar
Purchased from: Chocolate Covered, San Francisco, CA

Welcome to Day #3 of Chocolate, Plants and Herbs Theme Week.

Today's 62% Dark Chocolate with Dates and Fennel (bar) was from Mirzam Chocolate Makers and Kakaw Manufacturing (Dubai, United Arab Emirates)

The structure of this bar—an impossibly thin layer of fennel infused date paste, sandwiched between ultra-thin layers of dark chocolate—allowed for beautiful bursts of rich, sweet, bright, fresh flavors. (A fresh salad tastes brighter and tastier than a fresh salad homogenized in a blender.)

Using this thin layering technique, flavors were made very accessible in this slim bar. And careful crafting of said flavors resulted in maximum taste without any one flavor overwhelming the other.

What was the inspiration for this chocolate? Mirzam* Chocolate, the brand, was created a few years ago with next year's Expo 2020 in mind. (This large, global exposition is planned to be hosted by Dubai, UAE, next year.) Dates would certainly have been discussed from the beginning.

Flavors and inclusions in several Mirzam high-end craft chocolate offerings were informed by spices and foodstuffs found on ancient maritime Arab spice trade routes.

Fennel, full of mild, sweet, licorice flavor, would have been available in nearby Mediterranean regions. It grows well on other continents now too. It's bright green fronds are popping up in backyards and baylands in the San Francisco Bay Area this spring. Every part of this plant (frond/green, bulb, seed, stalks, etc.) is edible.

*Mirzam is a pulsating giant star located in the Canis Major constellation.






Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Elements Truffles - Maple Toffee Crunch infused with Moringa - April 16, 2019

Chocolate of the Day: 

Elements Truffles
Maple Toffee Crunch infused with Moringa (bar)
Good
Weight: 1 oz. (28 g.) in total bar
Calories: 150 calories in 1 serving (per label)
Cost: $3.39 for 1 bar
Purchased from: Country Sun Natural Foods, Palo Alto, CA

Welcome to Day #2 of Chocolate, Plant and Herb Theme Week.

Maple Toffee Crunch infused with Moringa from Elements Truffles (Kearny, NJ)

The aroma was mild and pleasant, as was the tasting experience. The unwrapped bar displayed an intriguing constellation of inclusion bits on the back side.

This 70% cacao bar was made from cacao sourced from Ecuador and had a creamy melt. (In very cold weather, you might notice the melt is slightly waxy, as the number one ingredient is cocoa butter—not a bad thing.) The flavors were mild (muted somewhat by the cocoa butter).

As with other bars from this same company, it felt very balanced and relaxing. Their bars are slightly lower in cocoa solids (that contain the stimulant portion of cacao) than some other bars and lack refined sugar. (Bars are, instead, lightly sweetened with honey and, in today's case, also with a bit of organic maple syrup.) The organic powdered moringa* was very subtle, and would have been hard to pick out in a blind taste test.

This Ayurveda-inspired chocolate made me feel more serene than hyped up. I feel I could meditate or enjoy a peaceful conversation or walk after this company's chocolate. Again, a good thing, in a world that can often feel too hectic or busy.

*Moringa (Moringa oleifera) comes from the Moringa tree native to India, Pakistan and Bangladesh and is cultivated in Asia and Africa. Moringa has been used for medicinal purposes. (It has anti-fungal, anti-bacterial and other properties.) The pods, seeds, leaves and roots are all edible.

Only Child Chocolate - Ginger and Rosemary Walk into a Bar - Apr. 15, 2019

Chocolate of the Day: 

Only Child Chocolate Co.
Rosemary and Ginger Walk into a Bar (bar)
Good - Good +
Weight: .85 oz. (24 g.) / 1.7 oz. (48 g.) in total bar
Calories: 127.5 calories (estimate) in 1/2 bar
Cost: $10.00 for 1 bar
Purchased from: Chocolate Covered, San Francisco, CA

Welcome to Day #18 of Chocolate and Spices Theme Week, and Day #1 of Chocolate, Plants and Herbs Theme Week.

Today's Rosemary and Ginger Walk into a Bar (bar) was from Only Child Chocolate Co. (Portland, OR). Company founder, Yana, grew up as an only child in Moscow. And, via Chicago, eventually made her way to Portland. After pastry-making and bakery experience, she started her own chocolate company.

The title of today's bar was a clever pun. (It's tax day in the U.S., and a bit of humor and a spring hike in the green hills brightened this day.) And how did this milk chocolate bar with rosemary and candied ginger taste?

This thick, sweet milk chocolate bar had a minty, spicy aroma, and smooth, creamy melt.

The two inclusions played nicely together. The balanced, subtle and natural rosemary flavor was fun. And the ginger added warmth and a light spiciness without being overwhelming.

Sunday, April 14, 2019

Casper's - Fat Boy Chocolate Covered Cinnamon Bear Sundae - April 14, 2019

Chocolate of the Day:

Casper's Ice Cream
Fat Boy - Chocolate Covered Cinnamon Bear Sundae (on a stick)
Good
Weight: 4 fl. oz. (118 mL) (69 g.) / 20 fl. oz. (591 mL) in total package/box of 5 bars
Calories: 210 calories in 1 bar
Cost: $ missing information
Purchased from: missing information

Welcome to Day #17 of Chocolate and Spice Theme Week.

Today's Fat Boy Cinnamon Bear Sundae—a chocolate covered cinnamon ice cream (with cinnamon bear swirl) bar on a stick—was from Casper's Ice Cream (Richmond, UT), a large family-owned business that makes ice cream and frozen treats.

We are nothing if not creative. Americans have found many ways to shove edible items onto a stick. This includes a wide range of tasty frozen dessert items.

Including cinnamon swirls named after gummy bears (think Red Hots* cinnamon candy, only softer) into a "fat" ice cream sundae on a stick bar was clever. (We may not have many bears left in the U.S., but we have herds of gummy bears and other animal-shaped treats.)

*Red Hots are cinnamon-flavored red candies (sometimes called cinnamon imperials) produced by the Ferrara Pan Candy Company (Oakbrood Terrace, IL). Many similar candies are flavored with a substance found in cinnamon bark that gives the candy a slightly hot (spicy) flavor.

Saturday, April 13, 2019

Mirzam Chocolate - 62% Dark Chocolate with Orange and Cinnamon bar - April 13, 2019

Chocolate of the Day: 

Mirzam Chocolate
62% Dark Chocolate with Orange and Cinnamon bar
Good ++
Weight: 1.235 oz. (35 g.) / 2.47 oz. (70 g.) in total bar
Calories: 186 calories (estimate) in 1/2 bar
Cost: $11.00 for 1 bar
Purchased from: Chocolate Covered, San Francisco, CA

Welcome to Day #16 of Chocolate and Spice Theme Week.

Note: Due to the seemingly abundant supply new chocolates available in the universe, we're once again altering time and space a bit to accommodate an 18-day chocolate theme "week." Yes, we know there are only 7 days in a regular, boring week. We hope you'll forgive us.

Today's 62% Dark Chocolate with Orange and Cinnamon bar was crafted in Dubai by www.mirzam.com (Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE)), part of Kakaw Manufacturing Co. LLC (a food and beverages importer in UAE).

Kathy Johnston, Mirzam's chief chocolate officer, helped launch the Mirzam Craft Chocolate factory (in 2016) in Dubai's Al Serkal Avenue artisan district, while she was also working on her own operation in Switzerland.

The company has sourced cacao from plantations that are "ideally" on ancient Arab trading and spice routes (which were quite widespread globally, including locations such as Vietnam, Indonesia, Madagascar, India and Papua New Guinea). And inclusions in the company's line of bars include local items such as dates/date syrup.

The Mirzam story tagline is a romantic one: "Following the celestial map of the maritime spice route to gather stories of spices and sea monsters."

*Mirzam is the name of a bright star in the constellation Canis Major.



Friday, April 12, 2019

Chocolat Moderne - Pumpkin Pie Spice bar - April 12, 2019

Chocolate of the Day: 

Chocolat Moderne
Holiday Avant-Garde Bar - Milk Chocolate Caramel with Organic Pumpkin Puree and Pie Spices
Good - Good +
Weight: 1.25 oz. (35 g.) / 2.5 oz. (70 g.) in total bar
Calories: 187 calories (estimate) in 1/2 bar
Cost: $5.00 (sale) for 1 bar
Purchased from: Chocolate Covered, San Francisco, CA

Welcome to Day #15 of Chocolate and Spice Theme Week.

Today's Holiday Avant-Garde Bar - Milk Chocolate Caramel with Organic Pumpkin Puree and Pie Spices was created by Chocolat Moderne (New York, NY).

The thickness of this bar might be off-putting if it were solid chocolate. However, the milk chocolate was easy to break and bite into, while not being too fragile at the same time. (Nothing messier than caramel filling oozing out.)

This Avant-Garde holiday-inspired filled bar had a light spice and nutty chocolate aroma. The dark chocolate was smooth and even in flavor.

Hats off to the chocolatier for the caramel filling with authentic pumpkin flavor with light pie spice, and for the this bar not being too sweet (thank you).


Thursday, April 11, 2019

Rozsavolgyi Csokolade - Cardamom 73% bar - April 11, 2019

Chocolate of the Day: 

Rozsavolgyi Csokolade
Kardamom (Cardamom) 73% (bar)
Good ++
Weight: 1.23 oz. (35 g.) / 2.47 oz. (70 g.) in total bar
Calories: 176 calories in 1/2 bar
Cost: $14.00 for 1 bar
Purchased from: Chocolate Covered, San Francisco, CA

Welcome to Day #14 of Chocolate and Spice Theme Week.

Today's Cardamom 73% bar was from Rozsavolgyi Csokolade (Budapest, Hungary). The company's name in English is: Rosevalley Chocolates.

The bean-to-bar chocolate makers consider themselves artists as well. (They are.) Artists know how to create a great experience from basic elements. In this case, just four ingredients (cacao beans, sugar, cocoa butter and cardamom.)

Architecturally* beautiful, this rather sweet, smooth 73% dark bar was redolent with cardamom spice. The chocolate had a rich, creamy melt and the cardamom flavor was evenly and robustly present throughout the tasting experience.

Cardamom
Cardamom is a spice made from seeds of plants (related to ginger) that originated in the forests of India and Indonesia. Now cultivated and used in other parts of the world, this spice can evoke a spectrum of sub-flavors, ranging from a savory stew spice to chai tea to tropical fruit flavored bubble gum—in part due to associations with the many different foods and beverages containing cardamom.

*The company uses chocolate molds with Hungarian patterns and shapes that look like they might be inspired by images found carved in wood, etched in stone, forged into metalwork or woven into textiles. 

Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Tiny House - 68% Sarsaparilla Dark Chocolate bar - April 10, 2019

Chocolate of the Day: 

Tiny House Chocolate Artisans
68% Sarsaparilla Dark Chocolate bar
Good + - Good ++
Weight: .705 oz. (20 g.) / 1.41 oz. (40 g.) in 1 bar
Calories: 112 calories in 1/2 bar
Cost: $11.00 for 1 bar
Purchased from: Chocolate Covered, San Francisco, CA

Welcome to Day #13 of Chocolate and Spice Theme Week.

Today's 68% Sarsaparilla Dark Chocolate bar was from Tiny House Chocolate Artisans (Santa Cruz, CA).

The makers, originally from Brazil, crafted this bar using three ingredients: organic cacao, sugar and sarsaparilla. The cacao was sourced from the Dominican Republic. And the cacao bean type was listed as: "Criollo, Nacional."

The melt was smooth and creamy. There was a light smoky/botanical/woodsy earth taste to this chocolate. However, the most obvious aroma and taste was that of root beer or sarsaparilla. The chocolate and the inclusion paired well together. And this bar was not too sweet (thank you!). The flavor was unique deceptively complex; and it became more intriguing and interesting with subsequent bites during the morning.

With its relatively dark, complex flavor and aroma profile I couldn't help but wonder what an adult beverage/beer version of this might taste like. In the meantime, it's a beautiful spring day and we're taking the rest of this bar to the park with us to enjoy later.








Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Theo Chocolate - Root Beer Barrel 55% Dark Chocolate bar - April 9, 2019

Chocolate of the Day: 

Theo Chocolate, Inc.
Root Beer Barrel 55% Dark Chocolate bar
Good - Good +
Weight: .95 oz. (26.5 g.) / 1.9 oz. (53 g.) in total bar
Calories: 145 calories in 1/2 bar
Cost: $2.99 for 1 bar
Purchased from: World Market, North Scottsdale, AZ

Welcome to Day #12 of Chocolate and Spice Theme Week.

Today's Organic Root Beer Barrel 55% Dark Chocolate bar was from Theo Chocolate, Inc. (Seattle, WA).

Fifty-five percent cacao fair trade chocolate was full of tiny bits of root beer flavored brittle (flavored with a "Root Beer Oil Blend"*).

The brittle created authentic sparkles of root beer flavor. Yes, this bar was sweet; but positive memories of drinking root beer floats as a child helped uplift this tasting experience.

Ground vanilla bean helped provide extra flavor and warmth to this blend.

Spices can come from seeds, pods, roots and other plant parts. Root beer became an almost uniquely American flavor. (Beverages made from dandelion and burdock in the U.K. were the closest we could find across the pond. We're sure there are others in the world that date back to ancient times.)

*Old-fashioned root beer recipes in North America date back at least to the 1800s. Root beer beverages were flavored primarily with sassafras, and other herbs, roots and bark (e.g. birch oil). Sassafras is a deciduous tree native to North America. The roots of this tree apparently have a sweet, spicy flavor to them. Roots and bark from this tree were used to make "tea" and beverages.

Subsequent concerns about a substance (safrole) found in sassafras led to restrictions on its use. Most root beer beverages today use the root of/extracts from the sarsaparilla vine and other flavorings (wintergreen, cloves, anise, etc.) instead.


Monday, April 8, 2019

Theo Chocolate - Grapefruit Ginger bar - April 8, 2019

Chocolate of the Day: 

Theo Chocolate, Inc.
Grapefruit Ginger 55% Dark Chocolate bar
Good
Weight: .95 oz. (26.5 g.) / 1.9 oz. (53 g.) in total bar
Calories: 150 calories in 1/2 bar
Cost: $2.99 for 1 bar
Purchased from: World Market, North Scottsdale, AZ

Welcome to Day #11 of Chocolate and Spice Theme Week.

Today's Organic Grapefruit Ginger 55% Dark Chocolate bar was made by Theo Chocolate, Inc. (Seattle, WA).

It had a candied citrus and spice (ginger) aroma.

This sweet chocolate bar had a smooth melt punctuated with tiny specks of almost crunchy crystallized ginger. Grapefruit oil lent a subtle, balanced citrus touch. The ginger finish lingered slightly.

Today's bar was certified fair for life, Kosher Dairy, and did not list gluten- or soy-containing ingredients.


Sunday, April 7, 2019

Sunbiotics - Probiotic Chocolate Bar - Ginger Spice - April 7, 2019

Chocolate of the Day: 

Sunbiotics
Probiotic Chocolate Bar - Ginger Spice
Good +
Weight: .625 oz. (17.5 g.) / 1.25 oz. (35 g.) in total bar
Calories: 82 calories in 1/2 bar
Cost: $3.99 for 1 bar
Purchased from: Country Sun Natural Foods, Palo Alto, CA

Welcome to Day #10 of Chocolate and Spices Theme Week.

Today's Ginger Spice probiotic* chocolate broke with a well-tempered snap.

This bar had a warm ginger spice aroma and flavor; and the dark chocolate was sweetened with coconut sugar. It was quite tasty.

*The probiotics did not contribute any noticeable aroma or flavor.


Saturday, April 6, 2019

Choquiero Chocolate - Spicy Chipotle with Cacao Nibs and Cayenne Pepper bar - Apr. 6, 2019

Chocolate of the Day: 

Choquiero Chocolate
Spicy Chipotle with Cacao Nibs and Cayenne Pepper 73% Cacao bar
Good - Good +
Weight: .8 oz. (22.5 g.) / 1.6 oz. (45 g.) in total bar
Calories: 135 calories in 1/2 bar
Cost: $5.59 for 1 bar
Purchased from: Country Sun Natural Foods, Palo Alto, CA

Welcome to Day #9 of Chocolate and Spices Theme Week.

Today's Spicy Chipotle with Cacao Nibs and Cayenne Pepper 73% Cacao bar was from Choquiero Chocolate (Grass Valley, CA).* The company sources "Heirloom, Wild, Arriba Criollo cacao from small farmers in Central America.

This organic, fair trade and vegan bar had a dark chocolate aroma with a hint of spicy pepper (chipotle and cayenne). It was studded with crunchy cacao nibs on the back of the bar, sweetened with coconut sugar, and there was a small heat flare in the finish from the cayenne pepper.

*Choquiero is California-based, with roots in a few locations. The company was "born in Oakland in 2013," and this bar was made in Santa Cruz, CA.








Antidote Chocolate - Ginger Pieces 77% slow roasted cacao bar - Apr. 5, 2019

Chocolate of the Day: 

Antidote Chocolate
Ginger Pieces 77% slow roasted cacao
Good + - Good ++
Weight: 1.15 oz. (32.5 g.) / 2.3 oz. (65 g.) in total bar
Calories: 190 calories in 1/2 bar
Cost: $6.99 for 1 bar
Purchased from: Country Sun Natural Foods, Palo Alto, CA

Welcome to Day #8 of Chocolate and Spices Theme Week.

Today's Ginger Pieces 77% slow roasted cacao, low sugar bar was from Antidote Chocolate (Brooklyn, NY).

This smooth chocolate was rich, dark and flavorful (bright fruit, berry, dried fruit notes) and was interspersed with balanced, bright spice flavor from small ginger pieces.

This bar could be enjoyed year-round; however it was especially effective in brightening up a gloomy, rainy day outside.

This week's spice-themed chocolate week has been full of bars with either cinnamon or ginger—two very popular inclusions. Tomorrow we'll feature something a little on the "hotter" side.


Thursday, April 4, 2019

Elements Truffles - Ecuadorian Dark infused with Turmeric - Apr. 4, 2019

Chocolate of the Day: 

Elements Truffles
Ecuadorian Dark infused with Turmeric (bar)
Good +
Weight: 1 oz. (28 g.) in total bar
Calories: 130 calories in bar
Cost: $3.39 for 1 bar
Purchased from: Country Sun Natural Foods, Palo Alto, CA

Welcome to Day #7 of Chocolate and Spices Theme Week.

Today's Ecuadorian Dark infused with Turmeric (bar) was created by Elements Truffles (Kearny, NJ).

The dark square bar had a rich chocolate aroma with a faint hint of coconut, and a creamy, rapid melt. This 85% five-ingredient* offering was sweetened with a touch of honey rather than cane or beet sugar, so it was not too sweet (thank you).

While the golden color of the turmeric** root powder inclusion was not visible, the ultra-dark (85% cacao) chocolate had a warm, slightly bitter flavor from this spice.

Fair trade organic cacao used to make this chocolate was from Ecuador. And cocoa nibs on the back side of the bar added a light soft crunchy texture and concentrated cacao flavor in the finish.

And, like other Elements Truffles bars, it left me feeling somewhat calmer than usual. The lack of an immediate sugar buzz may be one explanation. (Reading about company founder Alak Vasa's interest in Ayurveda and her team listening to vedic chants while they make chocolates at Elements Truffles—and that 25 percent of profits go towards educating underprivileged children—may be another.)

*Ingredients: Organic raw cacao butter, raw honey, organic raw cacao powder, organic turmeric root powder, sea salt.

**Turmeric is a golden yellow spice and medicinal herb made from the orange-yellow tuberous root of the Turmeric (Curcuma longa) plant, and is commonly found in Indian/Asian cooking. It gives curry and other dishes a bright yellow color.



Wednesday, April 3, 2019

Elements Truffles - Cinnamon Orange Infused with Clove - Apr. 3, 2019

Chocolate of the Day: 

Elements Truffles
Cinnamon Orange Infused with Clove
Good - Good +
Weight: 1 oz. (28 g.) in total bar
Calories: 130 calories in 1 bar
Cost: $3.39 for 1 bar
Purchased from: Country Sun Natural Foods, Palo Alto, CA

Welcome to Day #6 of Chocolate and Spices Theme Week.

Today's Cinnamon Orange Infused with Clove 70% bar was from Elements Truffles (Kearny, NJ).

This square bar had a warm cinnamon and spice aroma, and a creamy, rapid melt.

The blend of flavors included soft, dark chocolate, cinnamon, clove, spice and chewy dried orange pieces—with a light, lingering cinnamon and natural orange finish.

I've found most bars from Elements Truffles to be quite soothing. Perhaps because the company sweetens their bars with honey instead of sugar. Although if you look at the founder origin story, other clues to this conveyed state of mind are revealed:

"Elements Truffles was born at the intersection of two things that make us happy - chocolates and meditation. We are an Ayurveda inspired line of clean chocolates that taste good and does good - for the body, mind, and community." (This is coming from an ex-Wall Street trader who chose to pursue her own chocolate business.)




Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Tropical Valley Foods - Next by Nature Dark Chocolate Covered Ginger - Apr. 2, 2019

Chocolate of the Day: 

Tropical Valley Foods
Next by Nature Dark Chocolate Covered Ginger
Good +
Weight: 1.41 oz. (40 g.) / 16 oz. (454 g.) in total package
Calories: 180 calories in 1 serving
Cost: $ missing information
Purchased from: Grocery Outlet Bargain Market, Palo Alto, CA

Welcome to Day #5 of Chocolate and Spices Theme Week.

Today's Next by Nature Dark Chocolate Ginger (round pieces) were created and distributed by Tropical Valley Foods (Pittsburgh, NY).

These dark glossy rounds were flavorful and refreshing. A relatively thick dark chocolate coating surrounded a slightly chewy, golden, sassy-flavored, natural ginger center.

The bright, spicy flavor of ginger will wake you right up, making these good for a pick-me up snack any time of the day—even breakfast.

No gluten-containing items appeared on the ingredients list.




The Good Chocolate - 65% Dark Ginger bar - Apr. 1, 2019

Chocolate of the Day: 

The Good Chocolate
65% Dark Ginger bar
Good - Good +
Weight: 1.25 oz. (35 g.) / 2.5 oz. (70 g.) in total bar
Calories: 109 calories in 1/2 bar
Cost: $6.99 for 1 bar
Purchased from: Draeger's Market, San Mateo, CA

Welcome to Day #4 of Chocolate and Spices Theme Week.

Today's 65% Dark Ginger bar was made with the company's "Signature Dark" chocolate mixed with granulated ginger (crystallized without sugar). Instead, erythritol, mesquite and stevia were used to sweeten this bar.

The ginger (bits of ginger root and ginger oil) in this dark chocolate tasted authentic. And the bar didn't taste too sweet (thank you).

At less than 100 calories per ounce (88 calories for 1 oz. according to the packaging), this might be a great bar for those either watching their sugar or their weight.

Ingredients: Cacao Beans, Erythritol, Cacao Butter, Ginger Root, Mesquite Powder, Ginger Oil, Stevia, and Vanilla.
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