Bonajuto has been making chocolate in the Modica, Sicily since 1880. Eating their chocolate is time travel for your chocolate loving tastebuds because they make unconched chocolate, the way it was done before the industrial revolution. They mix and grind cacao with cane sugar and that’s it. The result is a crunchy, slightly bitter, nutty, sweet chocolate experience that stands out amidst the modern creations of more popular chocolatiers.
Each colorful box holds eighteen individually wrapped bite-size squares of chocolate, each a mini-vacation from the mundane (and tasteless) chocolate life we’ve been living.