What could be better than a traditional chocolate rabbit made from really good chocolate? We have a basket full of these single origin 75% Brazil bunnies from Dick Taylor. Imagine an Easter treat that isn't primarily sugar! While you're at it we have other treats, from gourmet jelly beans to chocolate covered caramels, European [...]
From our occasional blogger and chocolate enthusiast, Bethany Waller. Ecuador Camino Verde – 70% Bean to Bar. Upon first nibble, this Camino Verde bites back. This bar fills my mouth from the tip of tongue to the throat with the malty overflow of black tea amber just on the brink of being over steeped [...]
Our chocolate blogger, Bethany Waller, will be contributing her tasting impressions of some of our craft chocolate selections. Today’s is Dick Taylor Jamaica Bachelor’s Hall Limited Release 75% Dark Chocolate. You can browse all our available Dick Taylor selections here. Every Dick Taylor bar compels one to journey on a vessel to uncharted waters for [...]
by Chelsea Lin for Seattle Magazine (link) Chocolat Vitale Chocolat Vitale was selling hot chocolate mixes wholesale for years before owner Janet Eicher opened her store east of Ballard/Phinney’s Stumbletown in 2011. Like a well-traveled living room with too many armchairs, it’s a browser’s paradise, with chocolate from around the globe, of course, and [...]
These are the pairings from our September 29 Dick Taylor / H Wines tasting event for Craft Chocolate Week:First flight:Dick Taylor Fleur de Sel – a 74% cacao Dominican Republic chocolate with French sea saltCouly-Doutheil – Brut de Franc sparkling wineSecond flight:Dick Taylor Black Fig – inclusion bar with 70% Madagascar chocolate and black mission [...]
Tonight on CNN – Mike Rowe visits Dick Taylor Craft Chocolate! Our store was the first in the state of Washington to carry their bean-to-bar chocolate. (UPDATE: in case you missed it, see the segment here.) (UPDATE to update: video is no longer there.)
We offer the Dandelion chocolate that is featured in this NY Times guide to Valentine’s gifts: “It’s a winemaker’s approach, and each bar is as distinct from the next as a Chianti is from a Barolo.” See our current selection here.