Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Endangered Species Chocolate: Natural Milk Chocolate


Today's post is about chocolate!
This is my first time doing a detailed post bout chocolate.
Hope you like it!

By buying & eating this chocolate, you are actually helping the endangered species!
How cool is that right?
Read on to find out more. 

Product Info:

Name: Natural Milk Chocolate

Size: 3 OZ. (85g)
Cocoa content: 48%
Price: USD2.99

Additional Info (taken from http://chocolatebar.com/products.php?product=3oz.-Natural-Milk-Chocolate) : 

Can we resist saying, “you otter give our milk chocolate a try?”  Nope.  If you want our biased opinion, this is the best milk chocolate on the planet. Increase your knowledge of clever coastal creatuers by reading the inside of the wrapper, filled with insightful knowledge about sea otters, an at-risk species.  Your chocolate purchase tastes all the more sweet knowing that it is supporting conservation efforts.
48% cocoa content | Rainforest Alliance Certified™ Cocoa, Certified Gluten-Free and Kosher | Sourced from ethically traded cacao farms ensuring fair trade, responsible labor practices and sustainable farming
Rainforest Alliance Certified CocoaGluten Free Certified ChocolateCertified Kosher Chocolate


So, this is how the chocolate wrapper looks like. Cute right?
Notice the top left corner? Yup! 10% is donated! 

 So, this is how the back part looks like:
I love how eating this chocolate means I'm doing a good cause. Lol! 

When you unwrap the wrapper, this is what you get:
I love the idea how they incorporate info of the animal that is on the wrapper into the inside of the wrapper itself. 

A clearer view about THE SEA OTTER:

A clearer view about the company:

This is what you get once you remove the wrapper:

Another layer of wrapper like any other chocolate

This is how one piece of the chocolate looks like:
Notice the design on the chocolate? For more info on what it means, look at the previous picture.


As you can see, cocoa content is 48%. It actually taste like dark chocolate. So, I can't imagine how the dark chocolate taste like.

For more info & to know how many flavours are there, head over to http://chocolatebar.com

Note: This is purchased with my own money & is not given to me for review or anything.
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