Thursday, March 8, 2012

Endangered Species Chocolate - Review


Mmmmmm! Chocolate!!!!

I have that bad habit of checking out the random shelves in the grocery store and it happened to be the chocolate section’s turn.

The Endangered Species Chocolate bars were the winner that day!
Endangered Species Chocolate - "We donate 10% of net profits to charitable organizations supporting  species and habitat conservation efforts in harmony with humanity"

And I became the winner in the long run!

I have gotten to try a few different chocolate bars.

Dark Chocolate with Cranberries & Almonds – 72% cocoa
Endangered Species Chocolate -All Natural Dark Chocolate with Cranberries and Almonds - "We donate 10% of net profits to charitable organizations supporting  species and habitat conservation efforts in harmony with humanity"
I’m mostly obsessed with cranberries and have been for, oh, just about the last 5 months now. Maybe before that.
This bar is dark with a touch of sweet from the cranberries and a hint of the almonds. Very good!

Deep Chocolate with Deep Forest Mint – 72% cocoa
Endangered Species Chocolate - All-natural Dark Chocolate with Mint - "We donate 10% of net profits to charitable organizations supporting  species and habitat conservation efforts in harmony with humanity"
Do you like thin mints? This is pretty much like that – which basically equals – AMAZING! Maybe a little bit of a darker chocolate taste, but still good.

Smooth Milk Chocolate – 48% cocoa
Endangered Species Chocolate - All-natural Smooth Milk Chocolate
For all of you basic chocolate lovers – this is a very good milk chocolate. It is a bit on the dark side so it has a tinge of the dark chocolate bitterness but I still liked it.
If you are strictly a “milk chocolate only” person – this might not be the bar for you.

And there was the Milk Chocolate with Cherries – YUMMMMM!!!!
Endangered Species Chocolate - All-natural Milk Chocolate with Cherries - "We donate 10% of net profits to charitable organizations supporting  species and habitat conservation efforts in harmony with humanity"
It is a bar with 48% cocoa and is very smooth with sweet/tart cherries – a wonderful combination!
I think I could eat way more than just the one that I had!

The moral of this story – if you are having a chocolate craving – get your Endangered Species Chocolate bars. Not only are they awesome tasting, but they are awesome in that “10% of their net profits are donated to help support species, habitat and humanity”. 

To get more information about Endangered Species chocolate - see this feature post about them. 

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