Dark chocolate can have a bitter aftertaste, but even at 99%, customers praise this bar for its smooth, subtle, and interesting flavors without the puckering bitterness at the end. It’s deeply and densely flavored, so lovers of dark chocolate will be satisfied, but it might be an acquired taste for some. This bar is also available in a mini version for those who just want a sample,
WHAT'S HAEPPENING AT WAIALUA ESTATE
Founded upon the rich agricultural tradition of Dole Food Company Hawaii & Waialua Sugar on the North Shore of Oahu
Sponsored by Hawaii State Department of Agriculture Waialua Estate on Oahu’s North shore produces chocolate and coffee that rank among the world’s best. The estate only sells what it grows, which makes it easy to rep the state’s Seal of Quality. HI Now host Kanoe Gibson is in the kitchen with Michelle Yamaguchi from Waialua Estate
For a sweet stocking stuffer, try a U.S.-made bar. The young industry in Hawaii—the only state that can grow cacao—is producing great chocolate. These 5 producers show the islands' diversity in style and terroir.
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