Taza is a true bean-to-bar chocolate maker located in Somerville, Massachusetts, and is the only maker of 100% stone ground chocolate in the United States. Taza sources organically grown cacao beans directly from small farmer cooperatives ensuring those farmers receive more than fair trade prices for their high quality cacao. Taza is uniquely positioned as one of the only independently owned, socially, and environmentally responsible chocolate makers in the country. Taza Chocolate’s unique texture comes from antique Mexican stone mills. Each millstone is hand-dressed to bring out the maximum flavor potential from the cacao beans. Taza’s chocolate-making process is designed to capture the true flavor of the cacao bean by minimally processing the chocolate every step of the way. By putting care into the entire process, from the sourcing of ingredients from proud farmers, to molding finished chocolate bars, Taza is dedicated to quality, and to serving customers, local communities, and the environment. Taza’s take on the infamous Ibarra disc, this is the simplest, most delicious chocolate you’ll ever taste. Made only with their Mexican stone mills (molinos), this chocolate contains only three ingredients: roasted cocoa beans, cane sugar, and a unique spice. Whip up a rich, authentic taza de chocolate mexicano, or eat it as is! Many varieties are available, each sold separately, including: Cinnamon, Chile, Almond, and Vanilla. USDA organic and Direct tradeTM Certified. Gluten, Soy, and Dairy-free. Varieties Sold Separately.
- Imported from Mexico
- A full bodied bean to bar chocolate
- Comes in a variety of chocolate luscious flavors that will give a definitive flavor to anything you are adding it to!
- A high end chocolate sure to please the most picky chocolate connoisseur
- A lovely item to add to any gift basket or to add to a wine and chocolate tasting
Chcolate Great – Product Detail Lacking
Taza Choclate is great but I thought ordering this I was going to receive a mix of the chocolate disks but in fact the price is for just one. Rereading the full product description I still feel this wasn’t clear. So in the end I thought I ended up paying like $25 ($12 for chocolate and the rest for shipping) for two disks of chocolate that actually cost like $4 each at a store within walking distance. If I had known this was for a single flavor disk and not a variety pack I’d have steered clear of this and just walked down to the corner. Mostly my fault yes but the description of what you will reeive is lacking.