When I first moved to Seattle, I had a "real job" at an upscale furniture store. Truthfully, it wasn't very well suited to me, and it didn't last very long. But one of the real benefits of having the job (you know, aside from the money) was the fact that I was next to a store that sold bars by Seattle Chocolates.
Lots of candy will be purchased from Halloween through the holidays. Imagine if every purchase could help a person in need. That is what the Seattle Chocolate Company is doing with its Chocolate Gives Campaign.
Halloween is just around the corner, and what better way to enjoy the spooky season than with a gourmet truffle bar designed for the occasion? "Devil's Delight" by Seattle Chocolate Company is a dark chocolate truffle bar with a peanut butter and crunchy pretzel centre, and it has a fun packaging design to boot. With all sorts of devilish, Halloween-related words printed all over the package, this chocolate bar makes me wish that Halloween would come sooner.
"Easter is upon us and your time is limited for assembling an Easter basket for your spouse/mother/kid. Easter baskets, of course, are traditionally filled with a bunch of candy, and maybe—if you were lucky—a few small gifts. You’re going to have to figure out the “few small gifts” situation on your own, but we’re going to help you out with the chocolate part."
Probably the most "legit" of drugstore heart-shaped choco boxes is the Seattle Chocolates Pink Bubbly box I found at Bartell, which comes with extremely Seattle words worked into the paisley front design: "Woman Owned," "Non GMO," "Hand Packed with Love," "Kosher," "All Natural," and "Gluten Free." Inside, each oblong "dark chocolate truffle with raspberry and bubbles" sna
Every October, we brace ourselves for the barrage of pink. Don't get us wrong, we love the idea of supporting our favorite breast cancer charities by purchasing awesome products, but it's hard to know whether those pink goodies really make an impact. Well no sweat—this year we've done the legwork for you. We've vetted each of these products to find out who they benefit and how much of your purchase actually goes to the charity named.
Seattle Chocolates – Chocolate Truffle Bar – Perfect Peanut Butter
Peanut Butter – one of the things in life that you can’t (or at least I can’t) live without. It is something that pairs well with almost anything imaginable – from chicken to potatoes to the best pairing of all….chocolate. What not better to do then is to pair it with some of the most decadent and rich chocolate truffle bar imaginable and wrap it up in individual packages of joy? This is exactly what Seattle Chocolates did with this next gal.
Chocoholics, rejoice. Consider this fresh, citrusy bar white chocolate for people who shun the stuff. There's even a bonus in the form of the gentle pop of chili powder that comes at the end of each bite. Veracruz Orange in White Chocolate.
Chocolate isn’t typically thought of as refreshing, but this new Lemon Ice bar from Seattle Chocolates really is—candy makers infuse the white chocolate truffle bar with pieces of old-fashioned lemon candy from Chicago. If white chocolate isn’t your thing, the Seattle chocolatiers also make a seasonal Campers’ S’mores bar, the perfect thing to drop in the kids’ summer camp bags. $3 for 2.5 ounces.