Katrina Coravos began making chocolate bars two years ago and now those bars are sold at over 150 locations nationwide. Clearly she has well made and delicious products.
Liberty Chocolate, from Worcester, VT, begin their process with fair trade beans from Peru “where the beans are processed by hand and using traditional techniques, such as drying the beans in the sun. I wanted to preserve the potency, medicine, and power of this amazing plant and create a delicious product doing so.”
Next they add honey from Northwoods Apiaries in Westfield, VT. The honey adds a subtle and yet rich sweetness that’s very different from other chocolate bars. All Liberty Chocolate bars are dairy free. Liberty Chocolate is committed to using organic ingredients, and local ingredients when possible. They never use refined sugars and make each bar by hand.
Liberty Chocolate bars come in seven flavors: Dark, Peppermint, Almond Coconut, Maple, Acai & Blueberry, Moon Time (Cherry/Pomegranate) and Hot Pepper. Their flavor combinations are intriguing and I want to try them all. I was lucky enough to try the dark chocolate bar and it was hard to stop eating it. The flavor is luscious and deep. The bar was smooth and had just the right amount of sweetness. I am going to make a point to try every flavor very soon!
Giving back to the community and charities that are near and dear to them is very important to Liberty Chocolate. They even created a unique strawberry chocolate bar for a local school fundraiser. Find Liberty Chocolate near you!
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