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Endorfin – 70% Absinthe Coconut Mylk


70% Organic Dark Mylk Chocolate Bar • Absinthe • Anise and Wormwood

This luscious botanical organic dark absinthe chocolate bar takes its name and flavor from the famed liquor of 18th century Europe. Baudelaire, Van Gogh, and Aleister Crowley all took La Fée Verte – otherwise known as The Green Fairy or Absinthe – as their muse and lover. As elusive as it is bohemian, the character of true absinthe has inspired countless alchemical works of art, poetry, and film since its inception centuries ago. Endorfin’s absinthe chocolate is crafted according to the original recipes from European historical literature, with Grand Wormwood, Anise, Sweet Fennel, Melissa (Lemon Balm), and Mugwort. Endorfin’s have labored extensively to find the purest, unadulterated essential oils of these incredible plants to give you the fullest bouquet of flavor & aroma. As such, only the high notes and aromatics are infused into the chocolate, which contribute a crisp, refreshing flavor experience like no other.

  • Raw , organic, & handmade
  • Dairy free
  • Soy free
  • Gluten free
  • Agave free
  • GMO free
  • No refined sugars

Ingredients: Cacao*, Coconut Sugar*, Coconut*, Essential Oils of Grand Wormwood^, Mugwort^, Anise*, Sweet Fennel*, Lemon Balm*

*Organic ingredient, ^sustainably wildharvested ingredient

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Endorfin’s dairy free dark chocolate bars are organic, vegan-friendly and are hand-crafted with care & integrity in Oakland, California using ethically traded unroasted cacao, coconut mylk, and coconut sugar (a low-glycemic whole food sweetener).

They are committed to making pure, wholesome chocolate with real ingredients, which means every bar produced is approved for vegan, paleo, and/or whole foods diets. All of Endorfin’s chocolate bars are dairy free, soy free, gluten free, agave free, GMO free, and never contain refined sugar. Endorfin’s strives to make the earth a better place one chocolate bar at a time, and are committed to utilizing plant-based biofilms, vegetable-based inks, and compostable/recyclable materials for 100% of their packaging.