Williamsburg ChocolatesMADE BY MAST BROTHERS IN BROOKLYN, NEW YORK
These bars of chocolate are carefully, lovingly created by the brothers Mast (Rick and Michael) in their Williamsburg warehouse. The exceptional flavor and texture comes from small-batch production which allows them to taste as they go along, making sure each bar is created with perfection. The distinctive paper wrappings are designed in-house or by close friends and family. The packaging is so beautiful these make a perfect gift, but the chocolate is so good you'll want to order some for yourself.
This is the 'house blend' in honor of your favorite borough – though the beans come from around the world. The 73% chocolate is balanced with hints of red wine, tobacco and plum (yes). The paper is printed with rows of grey, white and black sailing flags - tres chic.
INGREDIENTS: cacao, cane sugar. 2.5 oz bar.
For coffee lovers: Freshly roasted, seasonal beans are put under the stone with this 73% dark chocolate which has a buttery texture and crisp notes of fruit and tobacco. Truly delicious and a bit...caffeinated. The paper is a dark red with black motorcycle silhouettes - awesome.
INGREDIENTS: cacao, cane sugar, coffee beans. 2.5 oz bar.
Organic almonds from the Anderson Farm in California headline this classic 73% bar. Almonds are roasted in Frankies Olive Oil and seasoned with Maine sea salt.
INGREDIENTS: cacao, cane sugar, almonds, sea salt. 2.5 oz bar.
NOTE: Produced in a facility that handles tree nuts.
- contains treenuts.
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Cold Product Shipping
This product is temperature-sensitive and requires special shipping and handling, so it arrives in perfect condition:
1) SURCHARGE: There's a additional charge per order which covers the cost of extra packaging and in many cases, expedited shipping. This charge is $8-30 for the Continental US, more elsewhere. The further away from NY, the greater the surcharge.
2) SCHEDULE: Orders with this item are only shipped Monday-Wednesday, so nothing gets stuck on a hot truck over the weekend.
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