Premium Dark Chocolate Lemon Satin Crème Bar
- Made in the U.S.A.
- 1.53 oz
- Small batches
- No artificial preservatives
Utterly delicious, these bars are made in small batches using premium cream and lemon puree, and covered in fine dark chocolate. You might want to stock up.
Long part of American life, chocolate first arrived in North America in 1641, when crates loaded on a Spanish ship sailed to St. Augustine, Florida. In colonial America, chocolate was exclusively a drink and was affordable to all classes of people, offered at most coffee houses. A food item that could be transported in solid blocks without spoiling, it became a military ration, helping to maintain soldiers’ energy. By the late 19th century, improved methods of processing chocolate changed it from a gritty product into a smooth, melt-on-the-tongue luxury with a pleasing aroma. Thus began the transformation of chocolate from a drink into a confection. By the 1920s, eating chocolate had surpassed drinking chocolate in popularity.