Unroasted Single-Origin Baking Chocolate, Set of 2
Chocolate lovers, rejoice.
There’s baking chocolate, and then there’s this single-origin, unroasted goodness. It’s all ethically-produced, crafted with nothing but organic ingredients (yep, that includes the cacao beans, cane sugar, and cacao butter). And since you’re getting two 8-ounce bags here, you’ll be ready to whip up batch after batch of brownies, fudge, cake...you name it. Take your pick from a whole spread of flavors:
- Classic dark: This stuff’s deep, dark, and fruity—an elevated take on a well-loved classic.
- Maple dark: Maple sugar stands in for cane sugar here, creating a fruity, bright, and rich flavor.
- Oat milk: Maple sugar, oat flour, toasted coconut, and vanilla give this one a nostalgic taste (think: chocolate chip cookies).
- Cacao nibs: They’re bright and crunchy—and come straight from a network of farmers in Tanzania.
- Cacao powder: It’s bright and fruity, yet creamy and deep too (even a little citrusy).
Photography by Ty Mecham
Details & Materials +-
Brooklyn, New York
Cacao Nibs: Organic Cacao Nibs.
Cacao Powder: Organic Cacao Powder.
Classic Dark Baking Chips: Organic cacao beans, organic cane sugar, organic cacao butter.
Maple Dark Baking Chips: Organic cacao beans, organic maple sugar, organic cacao butter.
Oat Milk Baking Chips: Organic cacao beans, organic maple sugar, organic oat flour, organic toasted coconut, organic cacao butter, organic vanilla bean.
Each bag measures 3.50" x 6.00" x 9.00", contains 8 oz of baking chocolate. 1lb of baking chocolate per order.
Care & Notes +-
Store in a cool, dry place. You do not need to refrigerate unless chocolate is going to be exposed to high temperatures otherwise.
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