Wrapped Three-Bar Gift Set

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One of the most magical things about single-origin, two-ingredient chocolate is the intensity of flavor in every square. To appreciate the varied aromas of small-batch chocolate fully, we recommend tasting bars side by side.

With this tasting set, we wanted to create an experience of sampling and comparing several origins, just as we share with guests who visit our factories. Tasting chocolate, like tasting wine, is a great way to develop your palate and hunt for the distinctive flavors of cocoa beans that have been fermented, dried, and roasted to highlight their differences. It’s delicious and a lot of fun!

This beautifully wrapped set includes three two-ounce chocolate bars from some of our favorite origins, plus our own in-house tasting guide to help you appreciate the specific flavor notes of each bar. If you're like us, you'll love the range of creamy, nutty, fruity, and floral flavors featured in this collection.

  • 70% Hacienda Azul, Costa Rica, 2022 Harvest
  • 70% Maya Mountain, Belize, 2021 Harvest
  • 70% Semuliki Forest, Uganda, 2022 Harvest
Ingredients & Allergens
All of our single-origin chocolate is made with just cocoa beans and sugar; no added cocoa butter, lecithin, or vanilla. Our chocolate is free of soy, dairy, eggs, and gluten, and it is made in a factory that does not process nuts.
6 oz (168 g)
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Learn more about our cocoa beans and sugar — the region, the farms, and the producers.
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Dandelion Chocolate Gift Wrapped Three-Bar Gift Set v18
Wrapped Three-Bar Gift Set
ready-to-gift trio of 70% bars with tasting guide

The Three Origins

Hacienda Azul, Costa Rica map


Hacienda Azul, Costa Rica

tasting notes:
chocolate ice cream, marshmallow, and pistachio

After a three-year hiatus, we were able to source this cocoa from Hacienda Azul, a single estate near Turrialba, Costa Rica. The cacao trees on the estate grow in a diversified agroforestry system, surrounded by jungle flora in a biodiverse habitat.

Hacienda Azul bar
Maya Mountain, Belize map


Maya Mountain, Belize

tasting notes:
European drinking chocolate and strawberry coulis

Maya Mountain Cacao (MMC) is a social enterprise established in order to connect small-scale cacao growers in Belize with the international specialty-cocoa market. MMC currently buys from over 400 farmers, a majority of whom have been suppliers for more than two years

Maya Mountain bar
Semuliki Forest, Uganda map


Semuliki Forest, Uganda

tasting notes:
cacao-fruit nectar, banana, and cream cheese

Latitude Trade Company (LTC) works with Ugandan smallholder producers to bring local products to market. Semuliki Forest cocoa is grown by roughly 1,000 organically certified regional farmers, 53 percent of whom are women.

Semuliki Forest bar