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February 19, 2020
How to buy dark chocolate (part 5)
7. Boutique Chocolates
- Whittaker’s (New Zealand) – One massive variety of flavors – up to 72% Dark Ghana as a popular selection.
- Camino (Canada) – A great choice is the ‘Intensely Dark’ 88%.
- Valore (Spain) – Include a 70% bar with extra high almond content (up to 25%).
- Ombar (UK) – The raw chocolatier with about 72%-100% dark. Great!
- Guittard (CA) – About 80% to 91% dark chocolate. Awesome!
- Eating Evolved (NY) – Organic, Boutique. Processed without alkali. Great!
- Zotter Chocolates (Austria) – they provide a mouthwatering range of flavors, and also, about 80% to 96% dark chocolate bars (i.e., the Labooko range) – plus, certified Fair Trade. Nice!
- Heidi (Romania) – Do one 70% and 85% bar. The same formulation to Lindt. Enjoy!
- Montezuma Chocolates (UK) – Come with a choice of organic dark chocolate (up to 70%) bars.
- Vannucci Chocolate (from Italy) – Have the 100% cacao bar, aside from 73% chocolates.
- Malmo Chokladfabrik (from Sweden) – Its 1888 range has a choice of dark chocolates (fair trade and organic). There is also antioxidant boost chocolate.
- Moonstruck Chocolate (from the USA) – Specialty chocolates – up to 68% dark.
- Askinosie (from the USA) – The single origin handcrafted – up to 70% dark.
- Zazubean (from Canada) – Organic and Fair trade. Includes an 80% bar. Nice!
- Frey (from Switzerland) – Enjoy the 85% bar.
- Vosges (USA) – Various chocolates including the ‘super dark’ – up to 72%, as well as some organic and fair trade bars.
- Claudio Corallo – The Artisan chocolate made out of the purest ingredients.
- HNINA (from the USA) – The real deal – with raw organic dark chocolate. Free of sugar, dairy, or soy.
- Cocoa Parlor (from California) – USDA organic as well as fair-trade.
- Vanini (from Italy) – Have 70%-95% dark chocolate.