Mast Brothers single origin dark chocolate bar – Madagascar

Today’s the last of the three Mast Brothers single origin chocolate bars, the Madagascar, that I bought at Cocoa Cinnamon, a local coffee shop. I reviewed the Belize last Friday, and the Papua New Guinea on Monday. Wrapper description: “This organic cacao is sourced from a single farm in Madagascar’s northwest coast. Bold, with notes of blood orange, raspberry,…

Jelina Chocolatier – Fleur de Sel

Wednesday, I reviewed Jelina Chocolatier‘s Espresso bar. Today, I’ve got a review of another of their organic chocolate bars, the Fleur de Sel. Both were free samples that I picked up at the Sweets and Snacks Expo. Again, this bar was comprised of 15 rectangles, which came sealed in a silver wrapper tucked inside a…

Jelina Chocolatier – Espresso

Last year at the Sweets and Snacks Expo, I picked up two chocolate bars from Jelina Chocolatier, a Canadian chocolate company that was looking for a U.S. distributor. I loved those two bars and gave them high marks and kept hoping they’d make their way to the U.S. market. Unfortunately, they’re still looking for a U.S. distributor,…

YumEarth Organics Fruit Snacks + Giveaway

Is there a different between gummis and fruit snacks? The former is definitely a candy and is usually viewed as an occasional treat for kids, whereas the latter is often found in school lunch boxes. To me, they’re basically the same, though fruit snacks get a health washing. I think it’s because they can usually…

Bissinger's Grapefruit Gummy Pandas

Bissinger’s Grapefruit Gummy Pandas

I’ve said many times on this blog that there aren’t enough grapefruit candies out in the world. There are, at least, Bissinger’s Gummy Pandas that come in pink grapefruit (with grapeseed), which I bought at Whole Foods. The bag makes all kinds of health claims: “made with organic sweeteners”, “natural sources of antioxidants” (from the…