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Poco Dolce Artisanal Chocolate Tile Assortment
Perfecting the combination of salt and dark chocolate since 2003, Poco Dolce’s signature Bittersweet Chocolate Tiles are the art of sweet and savory. Each Tile is crafted by hand using only the finest all-natural ingredients, with its own unique inclusions and finished with a pinch of Grey Sea Salt.
Based in San Francisco, Poco Dolce’s mission is to stay on the savory side of sweet.
The Tile Assortment contains the following flavors:
Burnt Caramel Toffee - tastes like the top of a creme brulee or the outside of a toasted marshmallow
Aztec Chile - a blend of cinnamon and two chiles with the crunch of toasted pumpkin seeds goes back to the original South American spices used in the first chocolates
Almond - simply a classic with our double roasted almonds contrasting with the chocolate and Grey Sea Salt
Ginger - crystallized bits of ginger, just strong enough to hold its own with our blend of bittersweet chocolate
Allergen: Contains milk proteins. May contain traces of peanuts or tree nuts.
Our 2008 Silver SOFI Award Winner!
Ingredients: Bittersweet Chocolate (Chocolate Liqour, sugar, Cocoa Butter, Butter, Soy Lecithin, Pure Vanilla), Pumpkin Seeds, Cinnamon, Ground Chile's, Grey Sea Salt. Allergen: Contains milk proteins. May contain traces of peanuts or tree nuts.
Ingredients: Bittersweet chocolate (Chocolate Liqour, Sugar, Cocoa Butter, Butter, Soy Lecithin, Pure Vanilla), Almonds, Grey Sea Salt. Allergen: Contains milk proteins. May contain traces of peanuts or tree nuts.
Ingredients: Bittersweet Chocolate (Chocolate Liquor, Sugar, Cocoa Butter, Butter, Soy Lecithin, Pure Vanilla), Ginger, Grey Sea Salt. Allergen: Contains milk proteins. May contain traces of peanuts or tree nuts.
Our chocolate is 63% and our sea salt is Sel Gris (Grey Sea Salt) from the coast of Brittany
Poco Dolce’s signature Tiles are just under 2 inches and are handmade squares of bittersweet chocolate.
Keep out of sunlight and under 74 degrees F
Do not refrigerate
Shelf-Life is 4-6 months depending on conditions and storage
12oz (340 grams)
Best if used by: May, 2014
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(1) Poco Dolce Artisanal Chocolate Tile Assortment, 12oz
San Francisco, CA
Poco Dolce Confections was started by Kathy Wiley in 2003 as a small San Francisco baking company specializing in regional Italian pastries. Within a year, she discovered a passion for creating hand-made chocolates with unique and exciting flavors. Having a predilection for more savory foods, Kathy experimented by finishing a piece of bittersweet chocolate with a sprinkling of Grey Sea Salt (also known as Sel Gris.) Poco Dolce's bittersweet chocolate Tiles were born.
The name - Poco Dolce - literally translates from Italian as "not too sweet" or "just a little sweet." Applying this idea to their products, Poco Dolce's ongoing mission is to stay on the "savory side of sweet."
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