Tony’s Chocolonely is introducing new limited-edition flavors, because the end of Halloween doesn’t mean the end of sweet and savory treats!
While candy might be the most popular during the Halloween season, we’d be lying our socks off if we said we didn’t crave something sweet year round. No shame, really. Who doesn’t love candy? And Tony’s Chocolonely is one of Guilty Eat’s personal favorites after we sampled the chocolates earlier this year. The brand was also quick to release special Halloween treats, which we got to try as well. Now, they are surprising fans once again with unique flavors.
The original chunky bars are a delight! The flavors, generous size, and tasty crunch already helps the candy stand out from other brands. Not to mention, unlike most competition, Tony’s Chocolonely has a very special mission: Creating 100% slave free chocolate.
As you may or may not already know, Tony’s Chocolonely’s vision is to share how many slaves (mostly children) work on cocoa farms in West Africa, but not Tony’s Chocolonely! This brand works hard at trying to stop this by creating slave-free chocolates and encouraging consumers to only purchase slave-free products.
Here are the 3 new flavors Tony’s Chocolonely is introducing:
- Milk Honeycomb Thyme: 32% creamy Belgium Fairtrade milk chocolate with crispy honeycomb, freeze dried thyme and sea salt.
- White Turmeric Chai Coconut: 28% Belgium Fairtrade white chocolate with turmeric chai spice mix and grated coconut.
- Dark Chili Fudge Pink Pepper: 51% Belgium Fairtrade dark chocolate with chili fudge and pink pepper.
It’s important for Guilty Eats to note that we haven’t personally sampled these new flavors, but if they are anything like the originals, they are made with the same quality and taste! From the descriptions, the one I’m more curious to try out is the Milk Honeycomb Thyme. What can I say? How can I resist crispy honeycomb?
Have you tried Tony’s Chocolonely’s candy before or is this the first you hear about it? Let us know in the comments! Visit them online to find a retailer near you that carries the chocolates, or order them online!