Made with Belize 75% chocolate and topped with house-made honeycomb toffee. Also known as The Beehive State, it is only logical to include it in the chocolate bars made in Utah. Toffee bits were also made with Utah-local Hollow Tree Honey, which was carefully sourced raw, wildﬂower honey from hives across the Wasatch Mountain range. This honey is full of ﬂoral, nectar ﬂavors that are unique to the array of wildﬂowers growing in the area. Now, this bar is a part of the Hello Chocolate collection.
Davies and Stout spent about a year researching and testing different methods of chocolate making before they launched Ritual Chocolate in Denver, eight years ago. They started with one bar and slowly added more over time. Now, they have an assortment of bars and make everyone at their shop on Iron Horse Drive. Ritual aims to be as sustainable and ethical as possible, and the premium prices on their bars trickles directly down to a living wage paid to the well-respected plantation farmers.