Believe it or not, the smooth creaminess of milk chocolate combines beautifully with the salt and delicate crunch of potato chips. The contrast in texture and the balance in flavour make for an extremely enjoyable bar, unlike anything else we’ve tried before.
ABOUT THE MAKER
Charlie Burke, the founder of BOHO, started his chocolate journey in the 1980s, when he opened a small chain of chocolate and confectionery shops in New England, USA. Having always wanted to craft their own chocolate, Charlie and his partner, Suzanne, set out in 2014 to learn how to make the very best bean-to-bar chocolate. They founded BOHO after a trip to South America with Taza Chocolate to visit farmers, cooperatives, and local chocolate makers. The name BOHO is short for Bohemian, which signifies their “organic, artistic, and independent approach to making quality chocolate.”
The beans in this bar have been sourced from Maya Mountain Cacao, one of the earliest centralized fermentery social enterprises. Established in 2010 in the early stages of the Craft Chocolate boom, Maya Mountain works with over 350 cocoa-growing families in southern Belize to process their beans centrally, which allows them to export high-quality cocoa beans to premium-paying craft chocolate makers.
Martina J. –
I really liked the crunchy texture of the potato chips in this bar, and the chocolate is very nice quality. However I didn’t love the fried, slightly oily flavour of the chips in conjunction with the chocolate. I think puffed rice works better!
Richard G. –
Really enjoyed this bar , flavour was a creamy
milk chocolate . Thought the potato chips might be
Overpowering but they were a Great addition .
Alison B. –
AMAZING – absolutely delicious chocolate and the crunch of the crisps gives it the extra special edge