K+M Extra-Virgin Chocolate Bars
You know EVOO, but do you know EVCB? Yes, we’re talking about extra-virgin chocolate bars—chocolate that’s made by combining single-origin cocoa beans and organic extra-virgin olive oil. These chocolate bars, created by chef Thomas Keller, olive oil producer Armando Manni, and chocolatier Chi Bui, have EVOO in place of cocoa butter, which gives the chocolate a super silky texture, increases the amount of antioxidants in each bar, and helps reveal the more nuanced flavors in the cacao. Another thing that sets them apart? These bars are made with varying amounts of milk, so you can really taste the cacao and the difference in taste that the milk imparts. Each set comes with a flight of three bars—milk, dark milk, and dark—from either Ecuador or Nicaragua. You can also opt for the gift box, which contains 2 bars from each country. Whatever you choose, the result is a totally new chocolate experience.
Photography by Ty Mecham, Rocky Luten & Bobbi Lin
Details & Materials -
Dark Chocolate: Organic cocoa beans, organic Manni extra-virgin olive oil, organic soy lecithin Dark Milk Chocolate: Organic cocoa beans, RBST-free non-fat milk powder, organic cane sugar, organic Manni extra-virgin olive oil, organic soy lecithin Milk Chocolate: Organic cocoa beans, RBST-free whole milk powder, organic cane sugar, organic cocoa butter, organic Manni extra-virgin olive oil, organic soy lecithin
Beans are sourced either from Nicaragua or Ecuador.
Each bar is 2.5 ounces.
Care & Notes
Nicaraguan Tasting Flight includes the following 3 bars: Dark Chocolate Nicaragua, Dark Milk Chocolate Nicaragua, and Milk Chocolate Nicaragua. Ecuadorian Tasting Flight includes the following 3 bars: Dark Chocolate Ecuador, Dark Milk Chocolate Ecuador, and Milk Chocolate Ecuador. Gift Set includes the following 4 bars: Dark Chocolate Nicaragua, Dark Chocolate Ecuador, Milk Chocolate Nicaragua, and Milk Chocolate Ecuador.
Store in a cool, dry place (65-68 degrees F/18-20 degrees C). 12 months shelf life.
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