Sultry sea salt, smoky chipotle, and popping candy exploding in ......, Crisp kettle cooked potato chips and a hint of sea salt - mix and mingle in ......, Seductive cinnamon, pasilla chile and warming cayenne bedded in .......
The missing ingredient in all of the above? Chocolate after the team from Chuao launched their new range of unique flavor blends. Crisps, bacon and other meats have all been combined with nuts, spice and herbs to bring some truly unique combinations.
So if you fancy some crispy bacon goodness, a spash of maple syrup and some smoked sea salt. All bathed in creamy milk chocolate.
Chuao was founded in 2002 by two brothers, Master Chef Michael Antonorsi and Richard Antonorsi, and was the first Venezuelan Chocolatier based in the United States.
The brothers pledged to keep unusual flavor combinations at the heart of their business and after gaining notoriety with their Spicy Maya chocolate, a drink which mixes chocolate with pasilla chile and cayenne pepper, the brothers latest offerings show they're sticking to their promise .
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