Endangered Species Chocolate

Mmmm…Chocolate.   Personally, I prefer dark chocolate.  I like the snappier texture.  I also like that dark chocolate is generally not as sweet.   It’s not like I’m going to pass up lighter, sweeter, milk chocolate, either.

What’s better than Chocolate?  Maybe chocolate that gives back?  I recently received an assortment of chocolate bars from Endangered Species.  Their treats are gluten free and Kosher.  The dark chocolate is vegan, as well. 

First up was Dark Chocolate with Forest Mint.   I found this one to be okay.  The dark chocolate was alright, the mint flavor wasn’t really there.  At 72% Cacao, this is a strong dark chocolate flavor. 

Next up was Natural Milk Chocolate.  It was creamy, smooth, and sweet. 

Last, but not least, was my favorite of the group.  Dark Chocolate with Cranberries and Almonds.  It was the same dark chocolate of the mint bar, but with small pieces of cranberries and almonds embedded in it. 

Endangered Species Chocolate gives back, too.  They donate 10% of their net profits to conservation programs. All of their ingredients are sourced from ethically traded cacao farms ensuring fair trade, responsible labor practices and sustainable farming.  Pretty cool, eh?

Now if you'll excuse me, I've got some chocolate calling my name.


  1. Wanda Clark says

    The Delicious Dark Collection my daughter would love these. For earth day we spent time together at a craft sale we had a great time. We also planted a tree.

  2. Noelle says

    I love supporting companies that give back. It helps that these are also super cute reasonably priced chocolate bars. I give these as little 'cheer up' gifts all the time. 

  3. moonsword says

    Endangered Species Chocolate is one of my favorite chocolate companies! I always include a few of their Organic Dark Chocolate Bug Bites and Chimp Mints tied onto Christmas presents every year to spread the ESC love!

  4. Cindy B says

    I really love this company and their products.  It's hard to come by in my area ~ wish it was more readily available.

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