This Chocolate Box Box Benefits the PGH, Red Cross + More
They deliver anywhere within Metro Manila!
The enhanced community quarantine has affected us all, albeit in different ways. Some of us have turned to the comforting power of sweet treats to help deal with their feelings (no shame in that!), others have picked up cooking and baking to exercise their creativity. Regardless of where you fall on the spectrum, you're in for a treat with Auro Chocolate's QuaranTreats.
These are boxes with a preselected set of Auro chocolate-perfect for your eating or cooking needs-that are available for delivery on weekdays, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., anywhere within Metro Manila. There's a 5 p.m. cut-off-on orders every day, and you can pay via Paypal and BDO bank transfer. Aside from helping satiate your chocolate hankerings, purchasing these boxes will also benefit medical frontliners as 20% of the proceeds will be donated to Makati Medical Center, Philippine General Hospital, and Red Cross in the form of chocolate.
Chocolate lovers will want to try the Chocoholic's Kit (P1,350), which gives you an assortment of different chocolates: two pieces each of 77% Dark Chocolate (100 grams), 55% Dark Chocolate (100 grams), 64% Dark Chocolate (50 grams), 42% Milk Chocolate (27 grams), 64% Dark Chocolate with Nibs (27 grams), 55% Dark Chocolate w/ Arabica Coffee (27 grams), and 42% Milk Chocolate w/ Banana Chips (27 grams).
The culinary-inclined, on the other hand, are in for a treat with the Home Baker's Kit (P1,500), which has a bag each of 64% Dark Chocolate Coins (one kilogram), 42% Milk Chocolate Coins (one kilogram), 32% White Chocolate Coins (150 grams), and Cacao Nibs (150 grams)-perfect for all your kitchen experiments. Not even vegans are left behind, as they've also got the Vegan Home Baker's Kit (P1,500), which has a bag each of 77% Dark Chocolate Coins (one kilogram), 55% Dark Chocolate Coins (one kilogram), Tablea (150 grams), and Cacao Powder (150 grams).
Auro Chocolate is a proudly Filipino company that makes bean-to-bar chocolate with cacao beans sourced directly from farming partners in Mindanao. The company was launched in 2015 and has since gone on to change the way we see Filipino chocolate. Aside from bagging international awards, they've also gone on to open a retail store in Tokyo in 2018.
This story originally appeared on Spot.ph.
* Minor edits have been made by the Yummy.ph editors.