Divine Chocolate is a well-known Fair trade company partially owned by the cacao farmers. This part ownership allows the farmers a sustainable income while supporting the community. I had personally tasted their chocolates a couple of years ago at the Seattle Chocolate Salon and hoped to learn more about this company at the NW Chocolate Festival 2011.
The Divine Chocolate table was packed with chocolate lovers and chocoholics sampling their chocolates that I didn’t get a chance to chat with the people behind the table. Who can blame them? The bars tasted good that I ended up buying a couple myself – Limited Edition Dark chocolate hazel nuts and dried cranberries and Dark chocolate hazel nut truffle. The Limited Edition dark chocolate hazel nut and the dried cranberries had a nutty and fruity taste to it. I have never been a fan of mixing nuts and dried fruit together but I was impressed. The dark chocolate hazel nut truffle was like eating Nutella sandwiched between two pieces of dark chocolate. If you have eaten Nutella, you know what I am talking about…. smooth!
Visit their website: http://www.divinechocolate.com for more information on their products. One of the things you may notice is the different online offerings from US to other countries.
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