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Organic bean-to-bar chocolate in various unique and delicious flavors:
Mexican Spice: Dark chocolate infused with guajillo chile, ceylon cinnamon and garnished with toasted almonds. Ingredients: cacao*, cane sugar*, ceylon cinnamon*, guajillo, chile, almonds (organic).
Peppermint & Nibs: Dark chocolate infused with peppermint oil and garnished with cacao nibs. Ingredients: cacao, cane sugar, peppermint oil, cocoa butter.
Gin & Juniper: Made in collaboration with Leopold Bros. distillery in Denver with an infusion of Belize cacao, Navy Strength Gin, and a juniper sugar garnish. 2018 AoC Silver Winner. 2018 ICA Bronze Winner. Ingredients: cacao, cane sugar, gin, cocoa butter, piloncillo, juniper berries.
Guatemala: Raisin, hibiscus, citrus. Contains cacao*, cane sugar*, cocoa butter*. (*organic).
Whiskey & Nibs: Dark chocolate infused with Deerhammer's single malt whiskey and garnished with whiskey-soaked cacao nibs. Ingredients: cacao*, cane sugar*, whiskey, cocoa butter* (*organic).
Belize: Fig, Raspberry, Tobacco. Contains cacao*, cane sugar*, cocoa butter* ( *organic).
Espresso & Sea Salt: Dark milk chocolate sprinkled with an espresso and sea salt brittle. 2018 Good Food Award Finalist. Ingredients: cacao*, cane sugar*, whole milk powder*, cocoa butter*, espresso*, salt (*organic).
Cafe de Olla: Chocolate bar inspired by traditional Mexican Spice coffee known as Cafe de Olla. Dark chocolate sweetened with piloncillo and infused with coffee and ceylon cinnamon. Ingredients: cacao*, piloncillo*, coffee*, ceylon cinnamon*, cocoa butter* (*organic).
Haiti: This chocolate bar is made with PISA, Haiti cacao and has notes of raisin, malt, and biscuit. 2017 Good Food Award winner. Ingredients: cacao*, cane sugar*, cocoa butter* (*organic).
Denver, Colorado. Cultura is a Latin American inspired bean-to-bar chocolate making company that promotes transparency, sustainability, and accessibility. Specifically inspired by the owner’s own experiences during childhood trips to her family’s hometown in Mexico, Cultura seeks to honor and share the history and cultures of the communities where cacao originated.