Intrigue Chocolate Co rotates the flavors we make each month depending upon inspiration and ingredient freshness and availability. So we'll just have to wait and see! Here is a link to the flavors we did for 2012, and you'll probably see several of the same in your box for 2013:
We can ship the non-perishable items to Canada, which include the cocoas, beans, and t-shirts. Unfortunately there is no way to guarantee that the chocolate truffles, shipped with cold packs, will arrive within two days when crossing the border. We just couldn't guarantee the quality at that point.
The cocoas and the beans are both vegan options. For the hot cocoa, you use whatever substitute for dairy that you wish. My preference is rice milk, but coconut milk works very well too.
We can and do occasionally make any of the truffles with coconut milk for special orders and friends (in fact it made a great desert option for a vegan Thanks Giving Day, which took a bit of creativity). We don't carry vegan chocolate full time because the chocolate and the coconut milk tend to separate after a couple weeks and must be enjoyed as soon as possible. Although we don't have any here on the kickstarter reward options, you may special order a batch of vegan truffles by emailing Aaron: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our products do not contain gluten, however they are made in a facility where gluten is used for making other products. We are always extra careful about cleaning and prepping our space, but please decide based on your own sensitivity.
There is one exception to this, which is our stout truffle. Our equipment is cleaned thoroughly to take precautions against cross contamination.
There is no corn syrup or corn starch. There is some sugar already in the 70% dark chocolate, some natural sugars in the cream, and we sometimes add a small bit of honey to help certain flavors really shine. All ingredients will be listed for each truffle on the website if there are any specific concerns.
It's been a strict goal of ours to not add additional refined sugar, preservatives, or stabilizers. We believe it affects the flavor in undesirable ways. But this is also what makes the chocolate perishable and in need of refrigeration. A small price to pay in our opinion!
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