2 Jars of Chocolate Hazelnut Cream with Chili by Orgániko (CT-79-2)

Rich Chocolate Spread with Hot Chili

All Natural

Price: $19.95
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2 Jars of Chocolate Hazelnut Cream with Chili by Orgániko
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  • Artisan version of Nutella
  • A touch of chili powder for pleasant heat
  • Made with extra virgin olive oil
  • Rich, creamy, spreadable
  • Milk chocolate and hazelnut butter
  • Size - 2 x 6.85 oz/200 gr

While chocolate comes in many forms, this jar of organic spreadable chocolate might be one of our absolute favorites. The silky ‘crema de chocolate’ or chocolate cream, infused with Mexican chili, is one of the great confections crafted by artisans at Spain’s own Chocolate Orgániko.

This jar contains creamy, spreadable chocolate mixed with hazelnuts, good Spanish extra virgin olive oil and a bit of Mexican chili. Its consistency is a dream: instantly spoon-able, silky smooth and dippable with fresh fruit or cookies. With a touch of mild heat layered over the insanely rich chocolate, it’s a winning flavor combination. If you’ve tasted Nutella or Nocilla, this spread is far more creamy, and much more complex.

The Spaniards have been known for their chocolate for centuries, and some of the world’s finest is produced on their soil. This particular producer has only been around since 2006, but continues the tradition of cocoa innovation with this chocolate cream.

When we first tasted a few treats from Chocolate Orgániko, we knew instinctively that they produced some of Spain’s finest chocolate creations. It didn’t come as a surprise when they won awards in Germany, then the United Kingdom and even the United States. Their chocolate is outstanding.

Whether you are planning a dinner party or simply wish to taste the best of Spain’s innovative chocolatiers, this organic chocolate spread will impress!

Contains nuts.


Organic cane sugar, organic extra virgin olive oil, organic hazelnut (14%), organic cocoa, organic whole milk powder and organic chili.

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