Chocolate Review: barkTHINS Dark Chocolate with Almonds and Sea Salt

Do you like fair-trade chocolate, but find it pricey? Do you have trouble rationing out an entire bar and end up eating it all at once? barkTHINS may be able to help! Then again, they may not, because as I sit here typing this, I’m eating them straight from the bag.

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Chocolate Review: Endangered Species 72% Cocoa Dark Chocolate

Endangered Species is a perennial favorite around here. They source their chocolate through sustainable, fair-trade, slavery-free providers. They give 10% of profits to organizations promoting conservation through their GiveBack Partner program. And of course they offer tasty bars that deliver the value, or else we’d be leaning toward other slavery-free chocolate brands. We like what they’re doing with their fancy flavors. But how do they do with straightforward dark chocolate?

Chocolate Review: Vosges Burnt Caramel Dulce de Leche Chocolate

Vosges knows how to make a good chocolate. If they can make me, a not-especially-caramel guy, say to himself, “Man, that’s some good caramel,” they’ve got to be doing something right. Their dulce de leche bar here has a firm outside and gooey caramel center, providing a tasty texture change-up. There’s a bit of a dark, salty bite to it, but more than anything it’s just a sweet, milky bar. It’s enjoyable, luxurious, and it goes down easy.