Inspired by the Indigenous cultures of Chaco Canyon in NW New Mexico, this truffle collection features 4 delicious truffles created from fine flavor cacao and local and wild sourced fruits, berries, nuts and spices. Just 10 years ago, 150 pottery vessels were uncovered in Pueblo Bonito, Chaco's largest ruin. These intact vessels, all designed with beautiful black and white designs, had residue that all tested positive for Theobromine, the main ingredient in Chocolate. Since chocolate doesn't grow in the high, cold winter desert it is assumed that that chocolate was a traded commodity with native peoples of the Yucatan in Mexico. Taste history in these decadent chocolate truffles. A unique, tasty and conversational gift from the Southwest
DUE TO DEMAND FOR THIS PRODUCT THERE IS A DELAY IN SHIPPING AND CURRENT PRODUCT IS SOLD OUT. WE ARE EXPECTING MORE PACKAGING BUT DON"T HAVE A DATE FROM THE MANUFACTURER. SUPPLY CHAIN VERY BROKEN THIS YEAR. SORRY.
Some recent testimonials of this collection:
Our unique truffle collection of pottery shards designs taken from actual pottery excavated at the Chaco Canyon site. 4 flavors 2 each in the 8 pc collection. Prickly pear/hibiscus &...
This compact and attractive heart box contains two layers of chocolate totaling 26 pieces. The window box gives a peek at the beautiful chocolates inside. Contains a mix of popular...
This gorgeous heart shape box is filled with a fresh selection of approx 36 of our mixed collection of truffles, including nuts and caramels. During the month of February we...