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Chocolate Bar: Cinnamon & Chili Pepper

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Description: For 9/10s of its history, chocolate was consumed as a drink. Gastronomic anthropologists generally agree that the first domestication of cacao would have been several thousand years ago by pre-columbian civilizations such as the Olmecs and Mayans in Mexico and Central America. The earliest cacao drink would not have been sweetened with sugar. Instead, these drinks would be flavored with pepper, spices, and
licorice root.

Inspired by the complex flavors of ancient Aztec cacao beverages, this chocolate is refined with aromatic cinnamon and piquant guajillo and arbol chili peppers. Enjoy by the piece, or melt it down into 8oz of milk to make your own spiced drinking chocolate!

Ingredients: Cocoa Beans, Cane Sugar, Cocoa Butter, Cinnamon, Guajillo Pepper, Arbol Pepper
Manufactured in a facility that also processes: Soy, Tree Nuts, Peanuts, Eggs, Dairy, Wheat

2.1 oz bar.

Shanes Chocolate Works

Shane Chocolate Works is the bean-to-bar chocolate arm of Shane Confectionery, America\'s oldest candy store. They craft cacao beans into finished chocolate using a combination of traditional and modern techniques. They source beans from all over the world, paying a premium to farmers. In their chocolate cafe, they showcase their work as an ever-evolving line of chocolate bars, bon bons, and drinking chocolates. They use cacao as a medium to tell stories. It can be traced through history, shaping and connecting cultures to provide a global framework for the chocolate we enjoy today. Through their chocolate making process, they hope to highlight the vital work of the farmers who grow and harvest cacao, and to honor the long tradition of chocolate making here in Philadelphia.

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