Chocolate is changing!

Being contacted by the Solkiki team from the future year of 2073, we were trusted with the information that chocolate will be different in the future. The use of dairy has been phased out as an ingredient for chocolate and direct alternatives to dairy aren't as popular anymore. Instead people choose (need to use) sustainable foods that do not need as many valuable resources, like water, to grow, but great flavour is still very much preferred. No need to compromise on flavour. They beamed us back these recipes, which are now available to customers in the present!

White chocolate refers to the inclusion of dairy or a non-dairy equivalent.   These bars from 2073 are not white chocolate!  The lack of dairy or equivalent means these are not legally dark, milk or white chocolate.   These are 'cocoa butter bars'.  This is not a preposterous claim of  a 4th type of proprietary chocolate like the ridiculous Ruby chocolate or the over optimistic Blonde chocolate attempts driven by behemoth marketing departments and oily PR events.

COCOA BUTTER BARS are the 4th type of chocolate.   The designation is free for everyone to adopt, not protected by trademarking.  These bars feature cocoa butter, no cocoa mass, no dairy or equivalent.  Think of them as a new playground for chocolatemakers to explore.  Told you it was changing :)