I can’t believe another amazing craft chocolate tasting year has past! That means it’s time for the 2nd annual Dark Matters Craft Chocolate Awards.
I have only included bars I have purchased myself. I’m also only including bars that I tried in 2017, so some of these bars might be new creations and some may be part of a maker’s permanent collection.
Full reviews of the winning bars are available on this blog or on my IG account.
And the winners are……drum roll….. Continue reading “Dark Matters Craft Chocolate Awards 2017”
Cacao Prieto craft chocolate was founded by Daniel Prieto Preston. The Prieto family owns Coralina Farms in the Dominican Republic, where all the organic cacao comes from to make Cacao Prieto bars. Even the organic sugar they use comes from the Dominican Republic. Their bean-to-bar chocolate is made in Red Hook, Brooklyn, NY, where they also make cacao-based liqueurs and rums.
The bar I tried is their original 72% Criollo Dominican organic dark chocolate bar made from single-origin Dominican Republic Criollo cacao and organic raw cane sugar.
Cacao Prieto 72% Domincan bar pic taken at Fort Worden, Port Townsend, WA Continue reading “Cacao Prieto 72% Organic Criollo Dominican Republic Dark Chocolate Bar Review”