A tin holds a board game’s worth of Scrabble-sized pieces of toffee studded with popcorn, covered in chocolate.
The flavor is a little salty, a little corny (in a good way), touched with butterscotch and caramel. The texture is crisp, the toffee popping with each bite, the tiny corn kernels adding to the texture. In a world where chocolatiers are trying any gimmick they can, this is one new combination that really works. Made by the clever chocolate firm Poco Dolce, in San Francisco.