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Zotter Chocolates Scotch Whiskey

$11.00 / 2.47oz Bar
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Zotter Chocolates Scotch Whiskey
  • by Zotter Chocolate
  • Austria

Scotch and dark chocolate go together so well that it's a wonder the combo isn't a standard. You've got the sweetness of chocolate and the smokiness of scotch. You've got the oaky, almondy notes of cask and the bitterness of cacao. It seems only natural, then, that filling a chocolate bar with Scotch cream would taste as complex and delightful as Highland Harvest does.

"Nothing beats cheese, but chocolate and booze come close! This whiskey and chocolate combo is one of my favorite desserts to top off a good dinner. I usually will have a glass of my favorite Scotch to go with it and some honey goat gouda.”
Murray’s Marketing Team – New York, NY
Ingredients: cocoa mass, cane sugar, cocoa butter, whisky, rice syrup, butter (cream), dry whole milk, milk, dry skim milk, salt, soy lecithin, vanilla bean powder.  = ORGANIC (ORGANIC CONTROL NUMBER: AT-BIO-402)

Allergens: Milk, Soy

  • This chocolate contains alcohol
  • Pair this chocolate with any cheese you would pair with scotch whiskey – Aged Manchego, , Stockinghall Cheddar, Taleggio, Roomano
  • The combination of chocolate and whiskey give it notes similar to coffee. To lean into this, pair with Gjetost or Gouda.
  • Chocolate is just like cheese as it is best enjoyed at room temperature
  • Scotch whisky must be made in Scotland and is usually made with a malted barley base. It must be aged in oak barrels for at least three years.
  • Zotter Chocolates is an Austrian chocolate company founded in 1987 by Josef Zotter.
  • The company started as a family business and has now evolved into an internationally renowned bean-to-bar producer.
  • Zotter sources only organic and fair-trade beans, which are then roasted, ground, and crafted into unique chocolate bars known for their original flavors, high quality ingredients, and eye-catching, artistic wrappers.
  • Josef Zotter is considered one of the most inventive chocolatiers in the world, and his company pioneered the ‘hand-scooped’ method of making layered chocolate bars.
  • They are dedicated to environmental stewardship and are considered one of the most sustainable companies in Austria.
  • Zotter did not begin importing or selling in the U.S. until 2017.
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