Dark chocolate likes to be stored within the temperature range of 12-22° C (53-72° F). Temperatures as high as 25° C (77° F) are usually fine. The official melting point of dark chocolate is around 30° C (86° F).
From a health and safety perspective, it will still be viable to eat for several years. From a flavor and aroma perspective, it’s best to eat it within a week or so of opening the bar. If you do want to preserve a bar after opening, store it in a ziplock bag. This can help maintain flavors and aromas for months.
Well, it really depends on who the gift is for and what your price range is. But we do have a few tips.
For orders within the USA we do not include the price as standard. For orders to all other countries we are required to include a shipping invoice for the purpose of customs import process.
Sometimes we make products available for pre-order before they are launched. Other products can only be made to order.
Yes it is. It’s also vegan, gluten-free and certified Organic and Fair Trade.
Yes it is. It’s also certified Organic, Fair Trade, and GMO-free
To’ak’s Harvest editions offer connoisseurs of dark chocolate this same opportunity—to taste not only the land, but also the characteristics of the particular year in which it was harvested.
Aged chocolate is a new phenomenon that To'ak has been pioneering since 2013. The process is grounded in the science of flavor extraction, and draws heavily from long-standing practices in both the wine and whisky traditions.
Our Art Series, Origin bars and Signature bars each weigh 50 grams (1.76 ounces). Our mini bars are packaged in sets of either 9 bars or 18 bars, and each mini bar weighs 3 - 4 grams (0.10 - 0.14 ounces).