Raising the Bar

With so many interesting flavors wrapped in beautifully designed paper, chocolate bars are the newest way to anyone’s heart.

By Hilary Geisbert - February 2015

Chocolate Bars for Valentine's Day

With so many interesting flavors wrapped in beautifully designed paper, chocolate bars are the newest way to anyone’s heart.

By Hilary Geisbert - February 2015



—Photography by David Colwell

1. Chocomize bar ($5.99) at Graul's Market.
2. Sweeteeth bar ($10) at Becket Hitch.
3. Zoe's Chocolate Co. bar ($6.99) at Graul's Market.
4. Divine Chocolate bar ($4) at Ten Thousand Villages.
5. Droga Chocolates Money on Honey caramels ($19/box of 9) at Trohv.
6.
Mast Brothers bar ($10) at Becket Hitch.
7. Seattle Chocolates Total Toffee bar ($3.69) at Ma Petite Shoe.
8. Dear Coco Chesapeake bar ($10.49) at Ma Petite Shoe.
9. Great Bean Bliss bar ($9.99) at Ma Petite Shoe.
10. Sweeteeth bar ($7) at Becket Hitch.
11. Green & Black's bar ($4.79) at Graul's Market.
12. Mast Brothers bar ($10) at Becket Hitch.
13. Divine Chocolate bar ($4) at Ten Thousand Villages.
14. Equal Exchange Chocolates Panama bar ($4.50) at Ten Thousand Villages.
15. and 16. Jcoco bars ($7.99/each) at Ma Petite Shoe.
17. Zoe's Chocolate Co. bar ($6.99) at Graul's Market.
18. Droga Chocolates Money on Honey caramels ($19/box of 9) at Trohv.
19.
Fruition bar ($11.99) at Ma Petite Shoe.
20. and 21. Majani bars ($8.50-$9.50/each) at Curiosity.





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