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About This Brand
Fairtrade cocoa mass, Fairtrade sugar, Fairtrade cocoa butter, Emulsifier: soya lecithin (non GM), Fairtrade vanilla.
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Reviews For Fair Trade Bittersweet Baking Chocolate
Based on 9 Reviews
Great for baking and snacking
Very creamy texture and mouthfeel
Smooth and lovely! We have started the Always Hungry? eating plan and it allows you to have up to one ounce of 70% dark chocolate daily. We have tried many brands and found this is the one we both love - smooth and just sweet enough to satisfy.
Great for baking
This chocolate is definitely designed as a darker chocolate. It doesn't have the milky-sweet taste that a lot of chocolate is known for. I knew this going in. This has made some amazing chocolate coatings for me. It definitely has that darker chocolate taste, but that's exactly what I want. I feel great buying it since it's organic and fair trade, so I'm not worried about the farmers not being compensated for my desserts. Good stuff!
- Karey Nolan
My local co-op stopped carrying this, and I've been trying super hard to find it, and I just couldn't justify paying $10+ per bar at other stores until I found it here on Thrive. The price here is amazing - way less than I've ever paid for this chocolate before! I love this stuff, and I'm glad that my Thrive memberships is just saving me so much money.
- D. Shaw
Cocoa + Butter
This is heavenly. The chocolate melts in your mouth with just enough sweetness to be palatable, and the cocoa remains fruity tasting with a slight tang. This has replaced my snacking chocolates :D
Good enough to eat straight
Divina makes some great confections, and this dark chocolate for baking is one of them. I like dark chocolate treats because they have that rich flavor with just enough of a bitter edge to make them interesting. Divina's version is good enough to eat on its own, though it does pack a bittersweetness that is pure because of the 70 percent cacao. Great for chocolate cookies, banana bread and any other chocolate baking I want to make.
- Elisa Swanson
Not So Sweet
This is some great baking chocolate. It's, obviously by the name, not quite as sweet as most types of chocolate, but it does a great job. When you want the focus to be on the general flavor instead of an overwhelming focus on the chocolate you add, this is a perfect solution. It makes some delicious chocolate taste without adding all of the sweetness that most chocolate is known for.
- Traci Langstem
Divine Chocolate is definitely the perfect description for this bittersweet baking chocolate. It is decadent and tastes amazing in my cakes and brownies.
I am a baker by hobby and I am always looking for better products to use in my cakes, cupcakes, and homemade brownies and this chocolate takes the cake. (pun intended) It melts down very easily, smells amazing, and once added to my savory treat is also very tasty. I love that it has such a high cocoa percentage, because the higher the content the healthier it is for you as well. I really love this baking chocolate and plan to stock up so I never get the urge to bake and run out.
- Sarah Jane
I've been looking for a fair trade chocolate to use for holiday baking. Found it! I haven't used it yet but it smells amazing and high cocoa content. I don't think I'll be disappointed.
- Susie B.
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