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5 Homegrown Chocolate Brands You Need To Sample For A Sugar Rush To Remember

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As we write this list, we’re reminded of one quote that remains in our minds after we gobble up a bar (or 10!) of chocolates, and that is “Life happens, chocolate helps.” If you’re a chocolate lover, then y’all know the sentiment and comfort connected to a bar of chocolate that soothes us even on the darkest of days. We were on the lookout for some homegrown chocolate brands because now is the time to go #VocalForLocal and we stumbled upon these gems, so read on and order up!

1. Chockriti Chocolates

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Chockriti Chocolates specialize in artisanal chocolates that are made from organic cacao sourced from organic cacao farms in South India. The flavours, as well as the packaging, are inspired by the traditions of India. You’ll even find Kaju Katli flavoured chocolates here that are tempting AF! We recommend the 65% Bean To Bar Rooh Afza Indian Chocolate, Tulsi Organic Pepper 65%, Lemongrass 65% and the Belgian Chocolate Bar in Indian Thandai Flavour. Go try!

Price | Rs 100 Onwards
Shop Online Here | https://www.chockriti.com/shop-now
Here’s Their Website | https://www.chockriti.com/?fbclid=IwAR3bdd-PcJNezRKElNIqs1Cwhepd2oQCxEAobVGqNiI9swosa1wHYE2wfEQ
Check Out Their FB Page | https://www.facebook.com/Chockriti/

2. All Things

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This one’s an innovative and contemporary chocolate brand that flawlessly blends the cacao straight from the farms with locally sourced ingredients and brings to you delightful bars of chocolate that’ll keep you craving more. Do try their 64% Dark Single Origin Malabar Forest Chef’s Chocolate, All Things Air and All Things Jaipur when you’re in dire need of something sweet (which is always)!

Price | Rs 180 Onwards
Shop Online Here | https://theallthingsshop.com/collections/all
Here’s Their Website | https://theallthingsshop.com/
Check Out Their FB Page | https://www.facebook.com/allthingschocolates/

3. Hill Wild

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Hill Wild is based out of Ukhrul in Manipur and they’re offering delicious chocolate bars that are infused with regional ingredients like king chilli pepper and pumpkin seeds. Nice! The ingredients are sourced from local farmers and turned into bean-to-bar chocolates that are loaded with heaps of flavour. Order their delectable Plum Chocolate, Sumac Chocolate and the Wild Apple Chocolate which’ll make you drool, fosho!

Price | Rs 160 Onwards
Shop Online Here | https://hillwild.stores.instamojo.com/
Check Out Their FB Page | https://www.facebook.com/hillwild/

4. Mason & Co

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Mason & Co works directly with the farmers and creates mouth-watering bars of chocolate without the use of any preservatives or chemicals. The cacao used by them is grown in the lush farms of Ramil Nadu and Karnataka, which guarantees fine quality. Score the 75% Bittersweet Dark Chocolate Bar, 70% Black Sesame & Raisin Dark Chocolate Bar and much more from Amazon to curb your sweet tooth!

Price | Rs 295 Onwards
Here’s Their Website | https://www.masonchocolate.com/
Check Out Their FB Page | https://www.facebook.com/masonchocolate/

5. Mandara Orchard

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Mandara Orchard offers a range of Menakao chocolates that are originally from Madagascar. Woah! Y’all need to try their Manekao Sugar-Free Dark Chocolate Bar, Dark Chocolate With Cocoa Nibs and Sea Salt, Cocoa Milk Chocolate With Madagascan Vanilla that are going to transport you straight to chocolate heaven!

Price | Rs 365 Onwards
Shop Online Here | https://www.houseofmandara.com/collections/best-dark-chocolates-in-india
Here’s Their Website | https://www.houseofmandara.com/
Check Out Their FB Page | https://www.facebook.com/mandara.orchard

So, why the wait, fellow sugar addicts?! Check out these brands and bite into some gooey chocolat-y goodness!

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