Raw Organic Cacao, Organic Blue Agave Nectar
About Honest Chocolate
Honest Chocolate is a small (just two chocolate-makers!) artisanal chocolate company based in Cape Town, South Africa. All their chocolate is hand crafted in small batches using traditional, old school chocolate making methods, including hand tempering the chocolate on a granite slab tabletop and hand dipping each chocolate bonbon. The bonbons are then boxed up and the slabs individually wrapped using eco friendly paper. Most chocolate is made from roasted cacao, however they use organic, raw cacao, which is higher in antioxidants and therefore even better for you than regular dark chocolate. The cacao is ethically sourced from Ecuador.
There are also no preservatives, additives or emulsifiers in their chocolate and it is free of dairy and processed sugar (instead of sugar we use Agave Nectar which has a very low GI).They believe in keeping things hand-crafted, using quality organically produced ingredients and making a pure chocolate that has a deliciously distinct feel and taste.
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05 Mar, 2015, By Annlerie
Love this chocolate. Cut out sugar 7 months ago and treated myself to this recently. Had no side effects and love the texture. Will definitely order again!
A pure, distinguished and memorable taste that puts regular dark chocolate to shame.
25 Jul, 2013, By Mitchell
A pure, distinguished and memorable taste that puts regular dark chocolate to shame. The cacao nibs add a little earthy texture to this exotically smooth tasting dark chocolate. A pure delight for the raw cacao dark chocolate fan. Hint: Stir a few broken pieces into your bowl of warm organic oats in the morning for that little extra boost. I suppose the free delivery accounts for the steeper than usual price.