Chuao ( Chew Wow) Chocolate Review

Chuao ( Chew Wow) Chocolate Review

I’ve heard in recent news there might be a Chocolate shortage, I certainly hope not because the fine people over at Chuao Chocolatier make amazing flavors of Chocolate. I’ve recently discovered this amazingly yummy chocolate and they were gracious enough to send me full size Samples. Oh my It is so deliciously good how could I have gone all this time with out it. The unusual rich flavors and melt in your mouth taste. Truly Chef Michael knew what he was doing to create such fine chocolate. Each flavor I received is Free of Hydrogenated Fats,No Preservatives .No Artificial colors or flavors, and no Artificial Sweeteners, Of all the wonderful flavors that I received. I would have to say that the Oh my S’mores
oh my smores Was my absolute favorite and I could enjoy the taste of Chocolate with bits of Graham Cracker and Marshmallows on the bottom with each bite,. They have other fine flavors that I’m sure to please each palate, Chocolate Bars
Bon Bons, And yes they have Drinking Chocolate My oh my my mouth is salivating , These would make great Holiday Gifts too. So if you are looking for chocolate this Holiday Season check out Chuao Chocolate

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* About Chuao Chocolate Chuao Chocolatier (pronounced chew-WOW) is the first Venezuelan Chocolatier based in the United States and Southern California’s premier artisan chocolatier.

Founded in 2002 by Master Chef Michael Antonorsi and his brother Richard Antonorsi – the company’s Chairman of the Board; Chuao Chocolatier is known for creatively blending ethically sourced cacao and the finest all-natural ingredients into gourmet handcrafted chocolate.

The Venezuelan born brothers, now San Diego residents, named the company Chuao Chocolatier after the legendary cacao-producing region of Chuao (pronounced chew-WOW) located in central Venezuela. The Antonorsi’s decision was a reflection of their commitment to both high quality and their Venezuelan family heritage. Chocolate is part of their roots, as their ancestors once ran a small family farm that was an important part of the criollo cacao plantation industry.

Initially, the company started with a single boutique in Encinitas, CA featuring a one-of-a-kind confectionery menu of chocolate bars, bonbons, truffles and hot chocolate. Their signature flavor was Spicy Maya, a modern twist on the Mayan’s ancient hot chocolate recipe made with pasilla chile and cayenne pepper. At both of the Southern California Chuao Chocolatier cafes & boutiques, patrons delight in a menu of luscious bonbons & truffles, innovative chocolate bars, luxurious sipping chocolates, exotic gelato and sorbet flavors and decadent seasonal creations.
Unusual flavor combinations are at the heart of Chuao Chocolatier’s unique experience including: Firecracker, a chipotle caramel fudge truffle with popping candy,

a hint of salt, and dark chocolate and Pan Con Chocolate, a dark chocolate bonbon filled with roasted Panko bread crumbs and olive oil ganache with a touch of sea salt.

Chuao Chocolatier has expanded the menu to include numerous drinking Chocolates , pastries, gelatos and decadent seasonal creations. They now own and operate two chocolate cafes in San Diego county.

Today, you can discover Chuao Chocolatier chocolate confections around the United States at fine specialty retailers including Whole Foods Market, Dean and Deluca, and Crate & Barrel, as well as fine restaurants & hotels including Omni Hotels nationwide, La Costa Resort & Spa, Coupa Cafe, and Hard Rock Hotel.

* I have not received any monetary value for my opinion which is %100 my own. We received product(s) for free in exchange for an honest review, which may differ from yours. Regardless, We only recommend products or services We used personally, and believe will be good for our readers.

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