Wicked Dark Amaze Chocolate Bar
Wicked Dark Amaze Chocolate BarAdd to My List
2.5 oz / $1.68 per oz
If you find yourself wanting more from your dark chocolate, you've just met your match. This stone ground chocolate from Taza barely even changes the cacao, so its intensity sings loud and proud.
This product is so popular, it just sold out.
We'll notify you when it’s back in stock.
Can you handle the dark side? We're talking chocolate, of course. Not everyone's taste buds jump for joy at the thought of intense cacao, but you came to this page for a reason. And Taza delivers. Their stone ground, wicked dark chocolate is one of the purer bars on the market. Cacao's wonderful, diverse flavor profile comes through in every bite (think: roasted nuts, tart fruit, and coffee). With just a kiss of organic sugar, it's one of those "love at first bite" situations.
AllergensMay contain traces of tree nuts and sesame seeds.
- Direct/Fair Trade
- Sustainable Agriculture
- Recyclable Packaging
- Poverty & Hunger
The paper is recyclable in a curbside bin, but the wax-lined foil should be thrown in the trash for now while the company works on a better solution.
These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.
Hive Five™ Certified
No need to guess what's in your food or how it was made. Our experts vet every product for ingredient integrity, responsible sourcing, and great taste using our own criteria called the Hive Five.
low carbon footprint
How it does good
From farm to factory: Taza does things the right way
While visiting Oaxaca, Mexico, Alex Whitmore tasted stone ground chocolate for the first time. It was love at first bite, and he knew: he wanted in on the chocolate-making game. But as he dug into the trading and processing practices, Alex was disheartened. Cocoa trading is a booming industry, but farmers and workers at the bottom of the chain don’t feel that same financial “boom.” When Alex started Taza, he committed to transparency every step of the way. Farmers are treated as partners, and Taza shares their success by giving back to local charities.
Taza says no to opaque supply chains and low-grade cacao. Instead, they source organic, fair trade cacao, paying farmers a fair wage for their labor.Learn More
supporting key causes
Taza believes in sharing their successes, which is why they donate to various nonprofits and charities. They also send their chocolate to organizations that help low income and at-risk youth.Learn More
More Like This
About the Brand
Taza founder and CEO Alex Whitmore took his first bite of stone ground chocolate while traveling in Oaxaca, Mexico. He was so inspired by the rustic intensity that he decided to create a chocolate factory back home in Somerville, MA. Alex apprenticed under a molinero in Oaxaca to learn how to hand-carve granite mill stones to make a new kind of American chocolate that is simply crafted, but seriously good. In 2005, he officially launched Taza with his wife, Kathleen Fulton, who is Taza's Chief Design Officer and designed all of the packaging. Taza is a pioneer in ethical cacao sourcing and was the first U.S. chocolate maker to establish a third-party certified Direct Trade Cacao Certification program.
*How to use
A couple of squares after dinner will quiet that sweet tooth of yours. But don't worry, it'll be back for more the next day.
What People Are Saying
- dark chocolate
I buy a lot of dark chocolate bars (85-95%) but this one was too chalky for me. Not smooth at all. I guess that’s kind of what they are going for but I did not enjoy and would not recommend. But if dark, chalky chocolate is what you are looking for you may like this bar! Not sweet at all.
If you like dark chocolate this will be your favorite
Bought for a friend, they like it
I love this product! Just don’t want to pay for shipping since I can get it in a local store.