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Introducing... The Summer Collection

Gift Ideas new flavours Spring and Summer Collection

Summer is here!

We are ready to switch things up with a lineup of bright and bold flavours that embrace all of our favourite things about the season. In celebration of our 10th birthday, we've brought back some must-have favourites and are delighted to introduce some brand new flavours to keep you on your toes!

Ready to explore? Us too! You can shop the full collection here or read all about the flavours below.

Small Bars:

 

New flavours from Summer 2022 Collection from international award-winning chocolatier The Violet Chocolate Co.
Raspberry Pepper Lime – Opposites attract. Ground Black Pepper, tart lime, and sweet raspberries perfectly balance. This flavour was one of the first created and is celebrating 10 years!

Lemon Sea Salt – New to the Summer '22 Collection! Milk chocolate is infused with bright and zesty lemon and a touch of sea salt.

Honey Rosemary – Dark Milk Chocolate infused with Alberta clover honey and fresh organic rosemary. Celebrating 10 years and Canadian Chocolate Awards Gold winner 2013-2016, International Gold 2016


Blueberry Cherry – A cherry-infused 64% dark chocolate surrounds blueberries for a rich and delicious bite of summer! Dairy-free and Vegan friendly.

Chili Mango – 72% dark chocolate gets a sweet and spicy kick with an infusion of chili and mango. Dairy-free and Vegan friendly.

 

Big Bars:

Marble Mocha - A rich and bold coffee-infused 65% dark chocolate drizzled with white chocolate.

London Fog - Earl Grey tea enhanced with delicate notes of citrus and vanilla in milk chocolate. Canadian: 2016 Bronze

Salt & Vinegar Chip - An original flavour that balances the salty and sweet cravings with an added crunch from real chip pieces. A flavour from our original collection brought back to celebrate 10 years! Dairy-free and Vegan friendly.



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