Ontario chocolate named best in the world for 2016

Jul 13 2016, 3:16 pm

Chocolate worth leaving Toronto for.

The town of Almonte, Ontario may only have about 5,000 people living there, but it also has the best chocolate in the world. At least, so says London’s Academy of Chocolate.

For their 2016 awards, the Academy granted Almonte’s Hummingbird chocolate maker the Golden Bean for its Hispaniola 70% bar (50g @ $6.50). In total, just 14 chocolates from around the world earned the prestigious Golden Bean designation.

Best chocolate in the world

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Of course, Hummingbird is no stranger to winning awards for their small batch chocolate:

Best chocolate in the world

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And with this kind of dedication it’s no surprise:

“We craft small batches of dark chocolate directly from cacao beans in our small workshop. We make our chocolate in tiny batches, touching every bean, taking our time to do it right.”

Located just 40 minutes west of Ottawa – a four-hour drive from Toronto – you can also find Hummingbird chocolate in two locations in Toronto:

Of course, luckily for us their online store is always open.

Eric WainwrightEric Wainwright

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