The Decadance of Organic Chocolates

Today’s post from New York Times’ blog The Moment made my mouth water, offering a short list of the best organic chocolates in the industry. From Dagoba to Equal Exchange, if you haven’t had a the chance to indulge, deny yourself no longer with proper recommendations in hand.

The top pick?

Kallari: 75 percent cacao, organic, Rainforest Alliance, single-source but bean blended Ecuadorean chocolate: fruity, dried cherries, vanilla, smooth, cacao finish. Suggestion: serve it as is at the end of a dinner party.

What other organic chocolates are recommended? Read the rest of the article here. Be sure to check out writer Jill Santopietro’s coverage of the Kallari chocolate history as well.


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