These New Local Chocolates Recently Won International Awards
Proof that our local chocolates are really, really good.
Local brand 1919 Chocolate¬†recently garnered its second Silver Award for its 62% Dark Chocolate and a first Bronze Award for the 70% Dark Chocolate from the prestigious¬†Academy of Chocolate 2021 under the Tree-to-Bar category. The Academy of Chocolate identifies and recognizes the best producers and chocolates around the world.
The chocolates are made with cacao beans sourced from a family farm in Malvar, Batangas that is home to fruit-bearing heirloom Criollo cacao trees, some of which are almost 100 years old! Check out all the different chocolate bars and chocolate products from 1919 Chocolate:
62% Dark Chocolate
This is the bar that received the Silver Award from the prestigious Academy of Chocolate 2020 & 2021.
70% Dark Chocolate
A dark chocolate bar that showcases the unique flavor profile of local cacao. This bar also recently won a Bronze Award from the Academy of Chocolate 2021.
Milk & Cereal
Imagine one your favorite childhood flavors turned into a chocolate bar: it has toasted corn flakes folded into white chocolate!
Toasted Milk & Strawberry
Creamy white chocolate is combined with tart strawberries! It's made with cocoa butter, toasted milk powder, raw cane sugar and freeze-dried strawberries.
This is a delicious different take on your usual chocolate bar: you get cinnamon and nutty flavors from the almond and rice milk, and cocoa butter. ¬†
1919 Chocolate also has premium tablea which you may use for hot chocolate, champorado, and for baking, plus a chocolate hazelnut spread made with cacao nibs, raw cane sugar, roasted hazelnuts and salt.
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