This post was sponsored by American Heritage Chocolate as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central. I received complimentary product to facilitate my review.
As you may know, I’m a fan of American Heritage® Chocolate (as evidenced here and here and here). That’s why I’m so excited to tell you that American Heritage® Chocolate Bites can now be found in Cracker Barrel® Old Country Stores (for a limited time only). Aren’t those stores the best? I could browse in there for hours (or at least minutes…I’m not a big shopper, you see). Hopefully, this will make it a lot easier for most of you to try this chocolate. My favorite product (and my daughter’s too) that American Heritage Chocolate makes is the chocolate bites. They are a very dark chocolate. Which is totally my thing. The darker the better for me. Plus it has distinct, but not overpowering, notes of cinnamon, nutmeg, chili pepper, orange, anise and vanilla. They are little bites of chocolate that are individually packaged. Perfect to put your purse or as a little after dinner snack.
What’s so different about this chocolate? Well this chocolate is an authentic historic chocolate–it was developed from chocolate recipes in the 1750s. So if you want to know what your ancestors ate during the 18th century you now can! Did you know that George Washington what a chocoholic and drank hot chocolate every day? It’s true. I cannot tell a lie. I feel so connected to him now. I am the exact same way. A day without chocolate is a sad day, indeed. I feel like chocolate is actually more American than apple pie. I mean did they eat apple pie in the 1700s? I’m going with chocolate pie next Thanksgiving.
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