Enjoy this curated candy collection from some of our favorite Hispanic-owned candy makers!
Chuao Chocolatier: Was co-founded in 2002 by Venezuelan Master Chocolatier Chef Michael and his brother Richard Antonorsi. Named a Top 10 Chocolatier in North America by Dessert Professional Magazine. Chuao crafts chef-inspired chocolates in an exceptional assortment of flavor combinations, including popping candy and chipotle in rich dark chocolate, crisp kettle-cooked potato chips with smooth milk chocolate, and waffle cone, hazelnuts in milk chocolate topped with sprinkles.
The Xocolate Bar: The Xocolate Bar (pronounced 'shocolate') is a Latina-owned chocolate shop in Berkeley, California. They find inspiration in the San Francisco Bay Area's melting pot of international cultures. As artists-turned-chocolatiers, they strive for beauty as well as deliciousness. We love their unique flavor combos, especially their boozy cocktail truffles in this box!
Tamalitoz by Sugarox: Is the creation of husband & husband team (Jack & Dec). They started their journey opening up a Candy Studio producing small batch runs of hard candy at our first store in Mexico City. They combined traditional European candy making with the sweet flavors of Mexico to represent both of their backgrounds. Tamalitoz are a naturally flavored hard candy pillow filled with a mild blend of chili lime and sea salt. We love getting first the sweet and then the tangy fruit flavor of the candy, with hints of the chili lime, until you reach the center when you get a burst of flavor.
I love this luxurious chocolate bar. It has the right balance of crunch of toasted coconut and soft caramel and chocolate. I always want one of these in my house to satisfy my love of chocolate and coconut. Mayana is the best.