Trader Joe’s Chocolate Passport, Single Origin Collection


These Trader Joe’s chocolate passport collection single origin chocolates are a fun seasonal item that is perfect as a little holiday gift. They feature high quality chocolates from all over the world and always come in a fun little gift box that looks like you got it a fancy chocolatier. If you love trying chocolates from different places with different flavor profiles and high cacao, you definitely should snag one of these before they go away for the season. Any other place you’d get these they would cost way, way more for this high quality of chocolate. Just keep in mind they are very strong tasting and don’t have as much sugar as you would get from a lower cacao bar………….

  • 260 calories per serving
  • Net Weight: 45g per bar
  • 13 grams of sugar per serving
  • Chocolates from all over the world

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Single Origin Chocolate Bars, Trader Joe’s Chocolate Passport


Trader Joe’s chocolate passports have been around a good while now, usually released seasonally in November for the holiday season. Single origin chocolates can be really pricey, so give these a try as a relatively cheap way to try different high quality chocolate bars. What is everyone’s favorite out of the different countries represented? I really liked the one from Peru, but it could just be because it was the lowest percent cacao bar at 60 percent! And if you can’t make it out to TJs, give these items a try…..

HERSHEY’S Milk Chocolate Bulk Candy, Holiday, 4.4 oz XL Bars (12 Count)

HERSHEY’S, KIT KAT & REESE’S Assorted Milk Chocolate and Peanut Butter Candy, Holiday, Variety Bag (20)



Price: $9.99

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