73% Almond Gosh, Ecuador Dark Chocolate & Almond Bar
Smoothly refined dark chocolate, crunchy whole almonds, and unrefined cane sugar unite in our 73% single-origin “Almond Gosh!” bar. The organically-cultivated cacao bursting in distinctive flavor is ethically sourced from the coastal town of Guayaquil, Ecuador. The bar’s crisp texture brings out the harmony of its simple ingredients and preserves the unique terroir of its farm.
Read more about our cacao origins here!
This bar is vegan-friendly!
- Tasting notes
Roasted & nutty
Ingredients: Cacao, unrefined cane sugar, almond. Processed in a facility that also processes milk, peanuts, tree nuts and wheat.
Ordered a box of truffles and bonbons, plus a chocolate bar and they were all by far, the best chocolates I have ever had in my life. I will never go back to store bought chocolate (Hersheys, Nestle, etc.) The sugar level is low but perfectly sweet, not overly sweet as with most chocolates. This helps the cacao flavor to really shine and adds yet another level of indulgence. I cannot say enough good things about this company. If you haven't tried them out, give them a chance.
The chocolates at Exquisito Chocolates are 'DDD'... Divinely Delectably Delicious... There's no comparison to mas produced chocolate... Dark chocolates pair well with a red wine but with chocolates from Exquisito, it's on another level of decadence... Hey how 'bout that, another 'D'... ... Try these chocolates, they're well worth it.
I had heard of this place through word of mouth and various social media posts so I decided to come buy some chocolates for Valentine’s Day. I was not disappointed! It was some of the best truffles I’ve EVER had and I love how creative the names are! My favorite was probably the Miami Vice (cafe con leche with dulce de leche). The flavor was very distinct and I just love how it melts in your mouth. I’m definitely coming back for one of their tastings where you can bring your own wine.
Exquisite! Ordered it online and never expected to fall in love with chocolates all over again. I love that the sweetness is minimal where you can taste the coca with different taste notes, this is probably how chocolate is supposed to taste. These days chocolates are overpowered with sweetness where the taste of coca vanishes. I would recommend it for anyone who does not think that the “gold standards” of chocolates is a available while you are filling up gas or at your local grocery store.