Sunday, November 29, 2009

Bar of the Week - Dole's Waialua Estate

70% Dark Chocolate
Origin:  Hawai'i

Calling all locavore chocophiles!  If you're looking for chocolate grown close to home, Waialua Estate is it.  Dole grows the pesticide-free beans on its estate in O'ahu and Guittard transforms them into artisan bars. 

While the packaging is, well, a little touristy (a hula girl?? really, Dole??), the chocolate inside is no mere novelty.  Each small box contains 5 smooth, creamy mini-bars that burst with bright, fruity notes of raspberry, cherry and raisin. 

Stop by on Saturday to enjoy a sample of a world-class chocolate that's grown and made in America!

Monday, November 2, 2009

Bar of the Week- Domori's Teyuna

Domori Teyuna/ 70% Dark Chocolate/ Single Origin Colombian Chocolate

This week Chocolopolis is featuring Domori's BRAND NEW Teyuna bar. The bar takes on the new Domori packaging (long gone are chocolate bar montages filled with plants, mammals, reptiles, and birds). The bar smells fabulous, and after you let it sit on your tongue you will notice bits of cashew and honey notes.