No Not you! Us! This is a last minute addition to our holiday chocolates.
This silvery dark chocolate shell in the shape of a Christmas ornament is filled with goodies: salted caramels in tree and ornament shape, dark chocolate stars and Santas. 10 pieces inside $26
For the second year in a row, one of our products is a finalist. The good food awards rewards and recognizes sustainable food producer from around the country. We are very proud to meet their standard of production. Last year our Honey Basil Caramels where chosen as finalist. This year, our Rosemary Almond Brittle is a finalist, we’ll find in January if we won so keep you fingers crossed for us!
See what we are up to this holiday season
Bollywood: dark chocolate with turmeric, curry , mango, coconut and golden raisins
Bubba Bar: dark chocolate with bacon salt, caramelized cashews and oregano
Perfume of Provence: white chocolate with lavender, lemon and sea salt
And the cool weather brings us back to the framers market. It’s one of our favorite way to get our chocolates to you, because we get to meet you! We will at the Northside Farmers Market each Wednesday, at Findlay Market each Saturday and, new this year, the Madeira Farmer’s Market on Thursdays.
Hope to see you all there!
Chocolatiere Shalini Latour, a pastry chef from Montreal, by way of Belgium, by way of India, has the background to work with any combination of flavors imaginable…
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Well we did not win but we are still proud that our Honey Basil Chocolates where finalists for the Good Food Awards 2013. We make them honey and herbs from Carriage House Farm and cream from Snowville Creamery. We are happy that our business practices meet the strong criteria to be a finalist and we will try again next year! Find out more about the Awards here.
Click here to see our appearance on the The List.
Thank you City Beat Staff! Here is what they had to say about us in the best of the city issue:
BEST HANDCRAFTED CHOCOLATES:
OK, eating too many sweets is never a good thing, but you can always feel good supporting Chocolats Latour. Shalini Latour makes fair trade treats using local ingredients and earth-friendly packaging. Plus, cocoa is an antioxidant, so they’re good for your heart! And these aren’t your typical chocolate-covered cherries. Flavors change seasonally, but a few unique examples are pink grapefruit and mint, ancho chile, smoked salt and almonds, orange tarragon caramel and Wild Turkey. Available at various Cincinnati businesses, including Findlay Market on Saturdays. 513-591-0085, chocolatslatour.com.
See the full list of staff picks here
We are happy to let you know that you can procure your chocolate fix in new locations: