The Taste of Winter Series

Chokola Ayisyen
Chokola Ayisyen
Chokola Ayisyen

Chokola Ayisyen

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If you want to learn Haitian Kreyòl, here’s a start. Chokola Ayisyen means Haitian hot chocolate).
This bar is making a come back this holiday season. It’s inspired by the hot chocolate my manmie (pronounced mummy) used to make for my family, truly magic in a cup.
I haven’t tried them all, but I’m certain there is no hot chocolate on the planet quite like it.

The Haitian chocolate usually comes in a dense round ball made from cocoa beans. Heat it up with milk, and eventually add the brown sugar, cinnamon, anise star, and vanilla. Sometimes, when I’m feeling extra spicy I add some orange zest or cayenne.
It’s organic, rich, natural, locally made, and undeniably De.Lic.Ious!!!

This bar brings on the feel good and the comfort...and we all need that right now!

Saponified oils of Coconut, Olive, Shea Butter, Cocoa Butter and Haitian Castor. Distilled Water, Sodium Hydroxide, Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Fragrance Oil 

Haitian Castor Oil (Lwil Maskriti) is high in vitamin E, minerals, proteins, omega 6, and other beneficial fatty acids including ricinoleic acid which plays a key role in drawing moisture to the skin. I have yet to meet a Haitian that doesn't have a bottle or two of this cultural staple in their home.

NO Palm Oil, NO Parabens, NO Phthalates, NO SLS


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