Chocolove Almond & Sea Salt bar

by KalaLea on November 6, 2011 • Posted in Kala's Favorites

I’ve been sitting at my desk trying to find one word to describe this incredible chocolate bar. HEAVENLY comes to mind. SINFULLY GOOD but that’s two words. BELEZA! Brazilian Portuguese for TOTALLY COOL & AMAZING. Yeah, that’s it.

Timothy Moley, Chocolove founder has eaten two chocolate bars every day for the last ten years. He must be a special guy because his Colorado-based company has excellent customer service. A real person responded to my email, leaving her full name and phone number. She (Lauren) actually encouraged me to call them “anytime with any questions.” I’d written concerned about their take on fair trade and fair wages for cocoa farmers. They assured me that they were, in fact, ethically sourced and members of the World Cocoa Foundation as mentioned on their web site. The┬áresearch continues given┬áthat Nestle is also a member, which is a bit suspect. More on this later.

Every week, I purchase 2 or 3 of these Almond & Sea Salt chocolate bars to share with friends and colleagues. My wish is for everyone in my life to experience its pure goodness. The response is 100% positive every time. The sweet with the salty. Oh goodness. I’ve yet to try the other flavors but I’ve heard they’re equally smooth and addictive. I limit myself to 2 tiny squares a few times weekly or else I would find myself in chocolate re-hab..

As we know, giving chocolate is a splendid way to show someone you care. Chocolove is also one of the least expensive premium chocolate bars on the market so your bank account won’t break a sweat. And it doesn’t stop with the chocolate, their ingredients are GMO-free, plus the packaging resembles a love letter with a romantic poem included in every bar. So sweet.

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  1. bethanie hines

    I too am a big fan. I have a few bars stashed in my cupboard to share with my friends and fam…its the salt that makes it over the top. Let’s share a bar together soon.


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