The folks at Chocri wanted me to let y’all know that they’ve officially launched in the U.S. They aren’t exactly cheap, but their bars are tasty! Check out my reviews here, here, and here.
On Monday and Wednesday, I reviewed bars of my own design. For my third and final bar, I decided to let Chocri take the lead and made one of their recommended bars, the Magical Forest. The Magical Forest is dark chocolate (64%) with blueberries, flower mix, and pine nuts. To jazz mine up a bit, […]
On Monday, I introduced Chocri and one of the bars that I customized with 5 of their 90 toppings, purposefully shooting for a weird creation. Today’s review is of a bar that I purposefully tried to make delicious. And it worked! This one’s a 64% dark chocolate with cornflakes, sour cherries, sea salt, and ground […]
Ever buy a chocolate bar and think, “This would be so much better with X instead of Y”, or “if only they added Z to this bar”? Well, soon you’ll be able to, once Chocri launches their US website (it’s currently still in preview mode). From their blog: “chocri is a German startup, founded a […]
I’ve covered two customizable chocolate companies on this blog, Chocomize and Chocri. Chow.com brought it to my attention that there’s some sketchiness to the similarities between the two companies. According to the NY Times, a brother of one of Chocomize’s founders had worked at Chocri, though the Chocomize founders claim that they were inspired by a […]
I wrote about my purposefully strange Chocomized bar on Monday. Today, I’m writing about the free sample bar that I Chocomized with the hopes that it would taste good: dark chocolate with currants, dried raspberries, and sea salt. As with Monday’s bar, Chocomize was super generous with the toppings. They were well distributed, so it […]
Chocomize is a U.S. based candy company that lets you make personalized chocolate bars that “are handmade to order”. They’re the second customized chocolate company I’ve gotten to try free samples from (Chocri was the first; I think Chocomize has them beat on name cuteness). You start with your choice of base chocolate: a 56.8% […]