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American Heritage Historic Chocolate Review

This post was sponsored by American Heritage Chocolate as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central. I received complimentary product to facilitate my review.

If you enjoy chocolate like I do, then I have a treat for you. Have you tried American Heritage Historic Chocolate? It is like no other chocolate I’ve ever experienced. It’s no wonder, the recipe dates back to the 18th century!! These old fashioned chocolate bites are the darkest chocolate I’ve ever had with an unexpected spicy kick.

American Heritage Historic Chocolate Review

American Heritage Historic Chocolate offers the deliciously surprising spices of cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla, orange, and even red pepper that aren’t found in modern-day chocolates. Oh, it is something you must experience!

Each piece is individually wrapped – so it makes portion control a little easier and allows you to really appreciate each piece. This isn’t the kind of chocolate that you mindlessly eat, American Heritage Chocolate is the type of chocolate that slows down time as you savor each rich, chocolaty bite.

While enjoying these chocolate bites, it makes me think about how life was in the 18th century and how special something like American Heritage Historic Chocolates would have been back then. I took the photos in this post at the Boy Scout Cabin in Hudson, Ohio. This cabin was built in 1931 for Troop 321.

Hudson Ohio Boy Scout Cabin

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Although built slightly after the 18th century, it is a historic building that I’m familiar with and one helps me to imagine what time was like when the recipe for American Heritage Chocolate was developed. I can just imagine people hanging out near the cabin or cabins like this, savoring this chocolate treat.

American Heritage Historic Chocolate Review

If you want to make someone’s day, share a piece of two with them. Or, better yet, give it as a gift. American Heritage Chocolate was made to give as gifts as it comes in a keepsake muslin bag. Add it to a gift basket, surprise a co-worker, or give to mom this Mother’s Day.

My first thought when I tasted American Heritage Historic Chocolate bites is that they remind me of truffles. I think it is because of how rich the dark chocolate is.  If you are a chocoholic like me, you’ll want to try all of the chocolate recipes  on the American Heritage website including this recipe for American Heritage Chocolate Truffles.

American Heritage Historic Chocolate Review

The possibilities of enjoying this historic chocolate are endless, but the availability is not. You can only find American Heritage Chocolate for through July at your local Cracker Barrel Old Country Store.

American Heritage Historic Chocolate Review

Win 1 of 5 American Heritage Chocolate Prize Packs

You have the chance to enter to win 1 of 5 American Heritage Chocolate Prize Packs! $109.95 value!! Contest ends April 29th!

American Heritage Chocolate Prize Pack Giveaway

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