Dick Taylor Craft Chocolate 72% Belize, Toledo Drinking Chocolate (8 oz)
Dick Taylor Craft Chocolate 72% Belize, Toledo Drinking Chocolate lifestyle shot showing mug and chocolate spilled all around

Dick Taylor Craft Chocolate

72% Belize, Toledo Drinking Chocolate

SKU: 41560

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72% Belize - Toledo

Using the finest cacao, and a modern take on traditional European technique, Dick Taylor Craft Chocolate is able to fully realize the potential of the beans they source.


Handcrafted in Humboldt County

Tasting Notes (Aroma / Flavor / Finish): Dried Plum / Tart Cherry / Jasmine

A rich and velvety European style drinking chocolate, handcrafted using ethically sourced cacao beans from the Maya Mountain Co-op in Belize.


Heat 1/2 cup milk in a small sauce pan until steaming (not yet boiling)

Add 1/4 cup drinking chocolate and whisk vigorously over low heat until all chocolate is completely melted, or blend using an immersion blender until all chocolate is uniform in consistency.

Pour into an espresso mug, sip and enjoy.

For a lighter version use water; for decadence, use cream.
Also exceptional in chilies, desserts, mochas, on ice cream, etc.

Ingredients + Benefits

Cacao*, Cane Sugar*

Ingredients may be subject to change. The most accurate and up to date product ingredient list can also found on the product packaging.

Brand Info

Adam Dick and Dustin Taylor became fascinated with the idea of reinventing the chocolate experience. In 2010 they bought some small-scale equipment and began making chocolate.

The most hands-on approach they could take was to start with raw cacao. They then sourced the finest fair-trade cacao and turned the raw ingredients into delicious chocolate in their small factory in Eureka, California. The entire process takes about three weeks, but allows them to make some of the finest chocolate possible. Using organic cacao and cane sugar and not cutting corners in their processes, they are able to leave out vanilla, additional cocoa butter and other emulsifiers in hopes of capturing and highlighting the subtle flavor nuances in the cacao they source from around the world.

Adam and Dustin hope everyone gets as much enjoyment eating their chocolate as they do making it.

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