Tasting Guide

This page will guide you through the unique aspects of each Taste Artisan Chocolate bar that you taste. Thanks for joining us!


The morning sunrise gives life to wildflowers along the trails of Mt. Timpanogos and inspires this dark milk chocolate bar featuring honeycomb candy made with only the finest, locally-sourced, raw honey.

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Historic Provo

Inspired by festive summer gatherings in Historic Downtown Provo, this dark chocolate features dried tart cherries sourced exclusively from local Utah Valley farmers.

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Radha Krishna Temple

Each spring, thousands gather at the Sri Sri Radha Krishna Temple to celebrate Holi. This festival and the traditional desserts that accompany it inspire a bar featuring a blend of spices, coconut, and almond.

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Bridal Veil Falls

This creamy milk chocolate with hazelnuts and locally-sourced fir oil, reminiscent of a steaming mug of hot cocoa, lauds the wintry mountain air and majestic pines of Provo Canyon’s Bridal Veil Falls.

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Rowley's Red Barn

Crisp fall air through scenic Santaquin orchards brings a harvest of Utah’s finest red cameo apples to Rowley’s Red Barn. These apples, along with traditional fall spices, create a chocolate experience reminiscent of wassail.

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Alpine Loop

Fresh blankets of snow near Tibble Fork on the Alpine Loop inspire rich white chocolate with a blend of holiday spices and local cinnamon rum — a nod to seasonal eggnog.

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