Craft Chocolate Inclusion Bars

Ethically sourced and organically grown ingredients give this small batch chocolate big flavor.

$35.00

Steven Shipler & Kasey McCaslin created by

Steven Shipler & Kasey McCaslin

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Where've You Bean All My Life?

A satisfying pop at first bite, a complete synthesis of flavor with taste buds, and a smooth, rich cacao finish. Steven Shipler and Kasey McCaslin have three goals with their craft chocolate: work with sustainable farmers, bring out the full potential of each bean, and deliver joy to your palate. It's a simple mission with a complex process. Each batch of cacao is ethically sourced and delivered to their foundry in Phoenix, where the beans are roasted, ground, and mixed with ingredients like cinnamon and cayenne, mint and cashews, tart raspberries, and sea-salted almonds. Once the bars are completed, the chocolatiers call on local Arizona artist Joe Mehl to make the packaging as vibrant and illustrious as what's inside. Handmade in Phoenix.

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Made in Arizona

Steven Shipler & Kasey McCaslin

created by

Steven Shipler & Kasey McCaslin

location

Arizona

We won’t give away all their secrets, but for Steven Shipler and Kasey McCaslin the key to top-notch chocolate is twofold: good sourcing and small batches. Together the Phoenix-based confectioners team up with ethical cacao growers and local farmers to create their unique flavor combinations, which include intriguing ingredients like cayenne and cinnamon, as well as more recognizable pairs like sea salt and almond. Each of their colorful packages is specially designed by local artist Joe Mehl, whose energetic drawings compliment the rich flavors inside.

Handmade Made in the USA
Measurements
Four 2 oz. bars
Notes
Ingredients by Flavor:

Cinnamon Cayenne (70% Cacao): cacao beans, organic cane sugar, organic cacao butter, organic cinnamon and organic cayenne.
Mint & Cashew (60% Cacao): cacao beans, organic cane sugar, organic cacao butter, organic cashews and pure organic mint oil.
Almonds & Sea Salt (60% Cacao): cacao beans, organic cane sugar, organic cacao butter, organic almonds and sea salt.
Red Raspberry (70% Cacao): cacao beans, organic cane sugar, organic cacao butter and organic raspberries.

Made in a facility that processes tree nuts.
Item ID
45135

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