Some chocolate finds...Most of them were from R. Field which is a gourmet shop located inside of some of the Foodland supermarkets.
This time home, I was surprised to find a lot of American made chocolates.
Which is nice because when in the U.S. we should try to buy more "American" if possible, right??
One brand in particular, TCHO which makes their chocolate "from scratch" (the cocoa beans), had an excellent selection.
Hagensborg's Dark Truffle Pig is made in Canada and is very silky. (How cute are the piggies?)
Mari's NYC caramel sea salt brownies.
Apparently she is from Hawaii...these were sweet, salty and gooey...delicious.
John Kelly's Fudge Truffles...dark chocolate, some have walnuts, one had peanut butter, another had caramel...decadent! (Thanks Wen!)
Frango's dark chocolates.
I have tried their dark chocolate covered mints before and these were just as delicious.
B.T. McElrath's salty dog bites.
Bits of toffee, sea salt and dark chocolate...yum!
Figamajigs are a cocoa and fig mixture covered with dark chocolate.
These were good but I wish they were more "figgy".
The TCHO dark chocolate drenched cashews were really delicious.
The pieces of cashew were HUGE and coated with a salty/sweet glaze matching nicely with the dark chocolate.
I also bought a Vosges Organic Peanut Butter Bonbon bar. This is delicious, like a peanut butter cup only with more peanut butter in it.
I also received a nice Lindt dark with sea salt from Deb, which I'm sure my parents and I will devour in a couple of days. (Thanks Deb!)
Also amazing was that with all this humidity and heat most of these didn't melt.
What are you enjoying?