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Goodnow Farms Chocolate

Handcrafted Single-Origin Chocolate

Tom & Monica discoverd their chocolate passion in a vintage furniture shop in Los Angeles, sampling single-origin blends introducing them into the realm that is single-origin chocolate. They traveled throughout Latin America searching for the most flavorful beans, and have developed direct relationships with the farmers who grow and harvest them. By dealing directly with farmers, they’re able to ensure that they’re fairly compensated for their cacao, and also that the farming practices they’re using are sustainable.

All of their bars are made here at their 225-year-old farm in Sudbury, Massachusetts. They start with cacao beans and sugar, and perform every step of the chocolate making process in-house, including carefully hand wrapping each bar.

Goodnow Farms has set a record for receiving the most chocolate awards in North American.

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Goodnow Farms Ucayali Peru 70% Dark Chocolate Bar

Ucayali Peru 70% Dark Chocolate Bar

Extremely Well Balanced

Try the bar that just won a Gold Sofi award! The cacao for this multiple-award-winning origin comes from the jungles of Peru.
The Ucayali river is one of the major headwaters of the Amazon, and the farmers living along its shores grow several varieties of fine flavor cacao. They bring the cacao on boats to Goodnow’s partners at Ucayali River Cacao, where the beans are expertly fermented and dried at their new facility.

This extremely well balanced bar is floral and herbal, with notes of lemon verbena and fig.

Goodnow Farms Esmeraldas Ecuador 70% Dark Chocolate Bar

Esmeraldas Ecuador 70% Dark Chocolate Bar

From the Salazar Family of Ecuador

Goodnow makes this multiple award-winning bar with beans from the Salazar family farm in the Esmeraldas region of Ecuador. The Salazars have over one hundred acres of carefully cultivated Nacional hybrid cacao trees. The volume of beans they harvest allows them to ferment and dry the beans themselves and the level of control they have over the cacao varietals they plant, as well as their post-harvest processing, results in beans of exceptional quality and flavor. This is a well-balanced bar with very low acidity, intense berry jam flavors and a long finish.

This bar is made with Goodnow’s own fresh-pressed, Esmeraldas cocoa butter!

Goodnow Farms Boyaca Colombia 73% Dark Chocolate Bar

Boyacá Colombia 73% Dark Chocolate Bar

With Freshly-Pressed Cocoa Butter

This is the first chocolate bar made with cacao beans from Impulsa Bacao in San Pablo de Borbur, Colombia. Goodnow fell in love with their beans and traveled there this past February to meet the farmers and see their brand new fermentation and drying facility.

As with all Goodnow’s bars, they craft this with their own cocoa butter, pressed from the same Boyaca beans they use to make the bar. The flavor profile is toasted marshmallow, graham cracker and honey – think s’mores!

Goodnow Farms Dominican Republic 55% Classic Milk Chocolate Bar

55% Classic Milk Chocolate Bar

With Cocoa from Zorzal, Dominican Republic

In all our years of making chocolate Goodnow Farms hadn’t found milk that was up to our flavor standards, but that changed when we discovered Organic West. Their facility for making dry milk powder is state-of-the-art and results in an exceptionally flavorful milk chocolate.

This is a dark milk bar, meaning there’s less milk than you’d in find mass market milk chocolate bars. Their goal, as always, is to allow the flavors of the cacao to still be apparent. In this case the unique flavors of our Dominican Republic Zorzal Communitario cacao are balanced with rich, creamy milk.

This is a great bar to pair with our Brown Butter bar, which is also made with Zorzal cacao and features fresh Jersey Cream butter from High Lawn Farms dairy.

About Organic West:

Organic West sources from family run dairies on the west coast. All the cows are pasture raised, and their milk is always antibiotic, GMO and rBST free. They buy milk on a regular basis at a stable price, which allows farmers to plan long term. They’re able to do this because their facility allows them to turn the milk into many products, including the organic milk powder we use in this bar.

Goodnow Farms Asochivite Guatemala 77% Dark Chocolate Bar

Asochivite Guatemala 77% Dark Chocolate Bar

Mayan Cacao

The Q’eqchi Maya farmers of Chivite, Guatemala harvest cacao from the wild trees surrounding their village. When Goodnow first visited the village, they were immediately drawn to love their cacao, but the fermentation and drying facility badly needed an upgrade. Working with the farmers and with Cacao Verapaz, Goodnow funded the materials necessary for village to build a brand new fermentation and drying area. They’re now able to provide incredibly high quality cacao on a consistent basis. This bar has delightfully bright fruit flavors of green banana and mango.

Goodnow Farms El Carmen Nicaragua 77% Dark Chocolate Bar

El Carmen Nicaragua 77% Dark Chocolate Bar

Rich & Earthy

Tom & Monica discovered this fine flavor bean after meeting Giff Laube and Jose Enrique Herrera, the owners of Cacao Bisiesto, at their farm just outside the town of Matagalpa, Nicaragua. The beans are named after the town in and around which they’re grown, which is located in Nicaragua’s Central Highlands.

The wet cacao beans (baba) are sent to Giff and Jose who then ferment and dry them at their centralized facility located on their farm, which allows them complete control over the entire flavor development process.

This bar is a dark chocolate lovers dream: deep, rich and earthy with caramel and raisin notes.

Goodnow Farms Almedra Blanca Mexico 77% Dark Chocolate Bar

Almendra Blanca Mexico 77% Dark Chocolate Bar

From Tabasco, Mexico

“Almendra Blanca” translates to “white almond,” as white color of this bean gives the finished bar a lighter look despite its high cacao content.

Farmer Vicente Cacep grows these beans on his family farm in Tabasco, Mexico. As with all Goodnow’s bars this is crafted with our house-made cocoa butter, freshly pressed from the same fine flavor beans they use to make the chocolate. Flavor notes are creamy citrus and hazelnut – great for pairing with a sweet dessert wine.

Goodnow Farms Special Reserve Peru 100% Cacao Dark Chocolate Bar

Special Reserve 100% Cacao Dark Chocolate Bar

With Cocoa from Peru

Goodnow’s incredible Ucayali cacao beans contain such immense flavors they decided to showcase them in this 100% bar. With no sugar, the unique and intense flavors of this very special bean are front and center in every bite.

The core reason Goodnow chose this particular cacao for their 100% bar is because of the expertise at Ucayali River Cacao bring to their post-harvest bean fermentation and drying. These steps are crucial to flavor development, and the folks at Ucayali have mastered both.

Goodnow Farms Special Reserve Ecuador 77% Dark Chocolate Bar with Putnam Rye Whiskey

Special Reserve 77% Dark Chocolate Bar with Putnam Rye Whiskey

With Cocoa from Ecuador

This Special Reserve Blend has a unmatched flavor like no other. Goodnow uses 55 bottles of Boston Harbor Distillery’s distinctive “Putnam Rye Whiskey” to craft this Special Reserve chocolate, creating a memorable whiskey experience you simply will not be able to forget.

They start by steeping nibs from the award-winning Esmeraldas Ecuador bar in whiskey for several days, which allows the nibs to absorb the complex flavor notes of the rye. Since chocolate and water don’t mix, the nibs are dried completely before putting them in stone grinders to create this incredible bar, combined with fresh-pressed single-origin Esmeraldas Ecuador cocoa butter. This exceptional step makes the bar exceedingly smooth & intensely flavorful, as well as keeping true to single origin cocoa.

Goodnow Farms Special Reserve Ecuador 77% Dark Chocolate Bar with Lawley's Rum

Special Reserve 77% Dark Chocolate Bar with Lawley’s Rum

With Cocoa from Ecuador

The incredible flavor and popularity of the Putnam Rye Whiskey bar inspired Goodnow to further their collaborations with Boston Harbor Distillery, this time using their Lawley’s Dark Rum.

Goodnow roasts and winnows the same fine flavor Ecuador nibs used in the multiple award-winning Esmeraldas bar, then soak them in over 50 bottles of Lawley’s Rum. This allows the complex flavors to thoroughly infuse the nibs before they are carefully dried and put in stone grinders. The addition of fresh pressed, single origin Esmeraldas cocoa butter ensures this chocolate is intensely flavorful and exceptionally smooth.

The sweet molasses and caramel notes of the rum combine perfectly with the berry jam flavors of the single-origin Esmeraldas cacao to create a delicious mix of chocolate and rum flavor.

Goodnow Farms Special Reserve Guatemala 77% Dark Chocolate Bar with Las Palomas Coffee

Special Reserve 77% Dark Chocolate Bar with Las Palomas Coffee

With Cocoa from Guatemala

If you love single-origin flavor, this is the chocolate for you. Goodnow teamed up with renowned single-origin coffee expert George Howell to create this deliciously smooth and flavorful single origin coffee and cacao bar.

The single origin cacao beans used for Goodnow’s multiple award-winning Asochivite chocolate acted as the inspiration behind this bar. The bright fruit flavors of the Guatemalan cacao beans led to the pairing with George Howell’s fruity Las Palomas coffee beans from Guatemala, creating an incredibly fruity chocolate. The “coffee whisperers” at George Howell do a custom brew just for Goodnow, and they soak the Asochivite nibs in the coffee until all of the nuanced flavors of the freshly brewed coffee completely infuse the nibs. The nibs are then carefully dried prior to adding them to stone grinders to make the chocolate blend. The addition of fresh pressed Asochivite cocoa butter not only makes the bar intensely flavorful and exceptionally smooth, but also ensures true single-origin Guatemalan flavor.

Goodnow Farms Special Reserve Dominican Republic 70% Dark Chocolate Bar with Brown Butter

Special Reserve 70% Dark Chocolate Bar with Brown Butter

With Cocoa from the Dominican Republic

The new Brown Butter bar is crafted with locally made, award-winning butter from High Lawn Farm. Goodnow Farms carefully browns High Lawn’s Berkshire Fresh butter, which is made with milk from only Jersey cows, and then pair it with their new cacao origin, Zorzal, from the Dominican Republic.

The sweet, toasty notes of the brown butter pairs perfectly with the cinnamon raisin flavors of the Zorzal Communitario cacao. The butter also gives this bar an exceptionally creamy smoothness. As with all of their bars, this features cocoa butter which is pressed from the same Zorzal beans used to make the chocolate; a truly exceptional flavor experience.

Goodnow Farms Asochivite Guatemala 70% Dark Chocolate Bar with Maple Sugar

Asochivite 70% Dark Chocolate Bar with Maple Sugar

With Cocoa from Guatemala

Goodnow takes their renowned Asochivite Guatemala blend and incorpoates maple sugar for an unforgettable pairing. The bright, fruity flavors of the Asochivite bar are perfectly complemented by the addition of maple sugar sourced locally from Severance Maple in Northfield, MA.

Goodnow Farms El Carmen Nicaragua 69% Dark Chocolate Bar with Coffee

El Carmen 69% Dark Chocolate Bar with Coffee

With Cocoa from Nicaragua

Coffee and chocolate is one of the best taste combinations available. Goodnow adds just enough coarsely ground, lightly roasted beans to give you a satisfying coffee crunch while still retaining the unique flavors of the chocolate. They source their coffee beans from Recreo Coffee and Roasterie in West Roxbury, MA, where husband and wife team Hector and Miriam Morales import beans directly from their family farm in Jinotega, Nicaragua.

Goodnow Farms Almendra Blanca Mexico 60% Dark Chocolate Bar with Almonds

Almendra Blanca 60% Dark Chocolate Bar with Almonds

With Cocoa from Mexico

Goodnow takes their single-origin Almendra Blanca Mexico chocolate, and combines with roasted almonds sourced from Burroughs Family Farm. The combination gives way to a great nutty flavor and satisfying crunch, sure to satisfy the nut lover in you.

Goodnow Farms Colombia 63% Milk Chocolate Bar with Café con leche

Colombia 63% Milk Chocolate Bar with Café con leche

A Limited Release turned Maker’s Choice

When Monica was living in Panama and Costa Rica one of her favorite drinks was Cafe con Leche. This sweet, creamy bar is reminiscent of the experience of drinking this steaming hot drink on warm Latin American mornings.

GNF starts with their Boyaca cacao from Colombia, then add organic sugar from The Green Cane Project, organic milk powder from Organic West milk and finally whole Ketiara coffee beans directly sourced from Sumatra by our friends at Barrington Coffee Roasters. The coffee beans are ground fine along with the cacao and sugar during the refining process in our stone grinders. This is an exceedingly smooth bar!

Ketiara is a woman-led cooperative located in the Sumatra Aceh Gayo highland. They are one of the very few cooperatives who do their own exporting, and the also promote women and younger farmers in the coffee business. For more information check out their website.

GNF LOVES working with local companies in Massachusetts and have wanted to work with Barrington since they started. They needed to do justice to the subtle flavors of their light roast coffee, and when they first tasted the Ketiara they knew we had to use it in a bar. Barrington has an incredible selection of directly sourced, single origin coffee with varying roast profiles. You can buy all their coffee on their website, where origins are conveniently organized by both roast and region. We highly recommend trying a few of their single origin coffees side by side to enjoy the distinct and different flavors.

Goodnow Farms Dominican Republic 77% Dark Chocolate Bar with Black Urfa Chili

Dominican Republic 77% Dark Chocolate Bar with Black Urfa Chili

With Cocoa from Mexico

GNF’s Black Urfa Chili bar is another flavorful collaboration with their friends at Burlap & Barrel. Ethan Frisch and Ori Zohar are as passionate about sourcing single origin spices as GNF is about sourcing single origin cacao! They visit the farms personally, trade directly with the farmers, and find unique spices available nowhere else.

GNF has wanted to release a spicy bar for a long time. Most of the chili peppers tried added only heat, and GNF wanted something more. They found it in the Urfa Chili, which boasts many complex flavors due to the fermentation process it undergoes after harvesting. GNF paired it with our single origin Zorzal Communitario cacao from the Dominican Republic.

The Black Urfa Chili used in this bar is sourced by Burlap & Barrel from Southeastern Turkey, just outside the city of Şanlıurfa. It starts as a red, sweet, spicy pepper. After harvesting it’s fermented in the sun where it changes color from red to black and develops its characteristic flavor profile. Much like our chocolate it’s ground between massive granite wheels. Sunflower oil and salt are added during the grinding process. The chilis are grown by farmer Bekir Bey. He and his family spend about ten months a year planning, planting, tending, watering and harvesting these very special chili peppers. For more information visit Burlap and Barrel’s website where you can buy the Black Urfa Chili for yourself!

Goodnow Farms Nicaragua 77% Dark Chocolate Bar with Caramelized Onion

Nicaragua 77% Dark Chocolate Bar with Caramelized Onion

Limited Release

GNF makes only one small batch of each of our Limited Release bars, so try this one before it’s gone! They’ve made some incredibly flavorful Limited Release bars over the years but this one stands out as truly unique.

This smooth and savory bar combines the El Carmen chocolate with caramelized onions sourced from single origin spice masters Ethan Frisch and Ori Zohar of Burlap & Barrel. The carefully dried, caramelized onions are refined along with our chocolate in our stone grinders for maximum flavor development. The intense, melt-in-your mouth onion flavor is umami at it’s best. It’s truly a unique and supremely satisfying flavor experience! As with all our bars these are made with cocoa butter we freshly press from the same beans we use to make the bars.

Goodnow Farms Maker's Choice Guatemala 70% Dark Chocolate Bar with Pure Passion Fruit

Maker’s Choice Guatemala 70% Dark Chocolate Bar with Pure Passion Fruit

Smooth, Rich & Tropical

This passion fruit dark chocolate is a powerful expression of luscious, sweet and tart tropical fruits. The bright, Guatemalan Asochivite cacao pairs perfectly with the tropical citrus flavors of passion fruit, and the freshly-pressed cocoa butter creates a smooth and rich chocolate experience.

Goodnow Farms sources the passion fruit for this bar from Cocoa Supply, a family owned business based in Ecuador. They work directly with their farmers and producers, and pay prices above Fair Trade minimums. They also work with farms to provide training and education.

The Q’eqchi Maya farmers of Chivite, Guatemala harvest cacao from the wild trees surrounding their village, and handle all of the fermentation and drying themselves. They harvest the beans from ten specific farms, and ferment and dry them using our custom fermentation and drying protocols. The result is extremely bright and fruity beans, and we preserve those qualities through our careful roasting and conching process.

Goodnow Farms Kerala India 77% Dark Chocolate Bar

Limited Release Kerala India 77% Dark Chocolate Bar

Quality Cacao from India

These beans are coming from Dan O’Doherty at Cacao Services, which is the importer of record for GoGround Beans and Spices, based in Kerala, India. Go Ground is a social enterprise founded by Luca Beltrame and Ellen Taerwe, and their central post-harvest center is located in Undumbannoor Village, in the Idukki District of India. Go Ground sources their beans from 150 local farmers, paying prices around 25% higher than the local market price. Their staff consists primarily of nine women employed in bean receipt, quality check, fermentation, drying, storage and packaging operations, while two men purchase and pick up fresh beans a farm gate to ensure ripeness and quality.

Dan is a geneticist who has spent time working with cacao farmers and producers all over the world to help them maximize the flavor and quality of their cacao beans. Goodnow Farms has been lucky enough to spend time with him in both Ecuador and Costa Rica, and have seen firsthand the unique expertise he brings to each origin with which he works. As soon as they tried samples of the GoGround Kerala beans they knew we had to create this Limited Release bar.

Goodnow Farms Semuliki Uganda 77% Dark Chocolate Bar

Limited Release Semuliki Uganda 77% Dark Chocolate Bar

From Semuliki Cacao

Goodnow Farms loved this cacao when they first tried it, and they’re extremely impressed with the fair and equitable way it’s produced. Semuliki cacao is produced by the Latitude Trade Company, a Ugandan registered social enterprise owned and managed by Jeff Steinberg. Originally from the US, Jeff has lived and worked in Sub-Saharan Africa for the past 5 years as a consultant on program design and impact evaluation for companies and public-sector actors working with smallholder farmers throughout the region.

The company employs four core management staff hailing from all corners of the country for procurement and operating the processing facility. Local farmers are engaged for mobilization of farmers and collection of fresh cocoa during harvest days. They also make their own chocolate, adding value and increasing the compensation for farmers.

In each agricultural area, community members and leaders are engaged and paid for their regular assistance in mobilizing farmers as well as coordinating harvest and weighing. Most local farmers have 1-2 hectares of cacao trees either owned as family land or leased from other farmers. Wet cocoa is purchased from over 500 contracted smallholder farmers.

Goodnow Farms Peru 70% Dark Chocolate Bar with Herbaceous Green Sichuan Pepper

Limited Release Peru 70% Dark Chocolate Bar with Herbaceous Green Sichuan Pepper

Like an Electrical Current

The Herbaceous Green Sichaun Dark Chocolate sourced from spice company 50 Hertz is truly unique. Goodnow Farms always pairs the natural flavor notes of the single origin chocolate with different complementary flavors, and this match up is spectacular. The herbal notes of the Peruvian Ucayali chocolate seamlessly meld with and carry the pine, floral and citrus notes of the Green Sichuan Pepper. And, the Ucayali chocolate already had a slightly cooling hit, but the Sichuan really amps it up for a cool breeze in the mouth after the lemon rush!

And, what you’ve heard about Sichuan pepper is true – it gives the same tingly sensation as if you were exposed to a low electrical current! ⚡️ The feeling is actually equal to 50hz, which is the rate at which electrons vibrate on most power grids. Incorporated in the chocolate you get a tingly, buzzing sensation. But don’t worry – the only way this bar will actually shock you is with how intensely herbal it is! Also to note: this bar is not spicy!

The Ucayali cacao used for this bar comes from the jungles of Peru. It’s named after the Ucayali river, one of the major headwaters of the Amazon, and the farmers living along its shores grow several varieties of fine flavor cacao. They bring the cacao on boats to Goodnow Farms’ partners at Ucayali River Cacao, where the beans are expertly fermented and dried at their new facility. They have personally visited the fermentation and drying facility and have met many of the farmers.

Goodnow Farms Dominican Republic 71% Dark Chocolate Bar with Spiced Apple Cider

Limited Release Dominican Republic 71% Dark Chocolate Bar with Spiced Apple Cider

Premier Fall Flavors

Goodnow Farms crafts this with fresh Macoun apples they pick from their very own trees, and freshly pressed apple cider from local orchard Honey Pot Hill. The spice is single origin Cinnamon Verum sourced directly from Zanzibar, Tanzania by our friends at Burlap and Barrel. It’s the ultimate medley of fall flavors.

Macoun apples are often hard to find because the trees don’t produce reliable crops each year. Goodnow Farms has several on their farm, two of which are mature enough to produce enough apples for this bar on good years. Luckily this is a good year! The apple is named after horticulturalist W.T. Macoun, who developed it in 1932 by crossing McIntosh and Jersey Black apples. The name can be pronounced as either “Ma-coon” or “McCowan.” As for Goodnow Farms, they have a pretty even split between the pronunciations – luckily both are right! The flavor is sweet, tart and classic New England.

The Cinnamon Verum for this bar is sourced directly by Burlap and Barrel from a cooperative of farmers in Zanzibar. It’s made from the inner bark of the Cinnamomum verum tree, then sun dried and ground. Burlap and Barrel is the exclusive importer of this cinnamon so if you want to try some in your next savory dish check out their online shop.

Goodnow Farms Almendra Blanca Mexico 40% White Chocolate Bar

Limited Release Almendra Blanca Mexico 40% White Chocolate Bar

Premier Fall Flavors

This is an incredibly special chocolate bar! Goodnow Farms makes it using their own freshly pressed single origin cocoa butter, which is something almost no one else can do. The beans they use are our directly sourced Almendra Blanca beans from farmer Vicente Caçep, in Tabasco, Mexico. The distinct single origin flavors of these unique, light colored beans shine through in every bite.

Why is this bar so special? Because almost all cocoa butter is made by a handful of large corporations, pressed from beans of unknown origin and quality, then deodorized to remove all flavor. This is what’s used in most white chocolate bars, so the flavor of the cacao is completely lost. By using their own beans, and never alkalizing or deodorizing, Goodnow Farms is able to retain the unique and special true flavors of the cacao.

Goodnow Farms also uses the same creamy and flavorful organic whole milk powder which we use in their Classic Milk bar, and which they source directly from Organic West Milk.

And for anyone who says white chocolate isn’t chocolate, we respectfully disagree. 😁 If you’re a chocolate lover you need to give this bar a try!

Goodnow Farms El Carmen Nicaragua 77% Dark Chocolate Bar with Zanzibar Black Pepper

Limited Release El Carmen Nicaragua 77% Dark Chocolate Bar with Zanzibar Black Pepper

Like an Electrical Current

This flavor journey is surprising, singular, satisfying & sublime! The deep, rich, earthy El Carmen cacao and bright, lemony and spicy sun dried Zanzibar Black Peppercorns from Burlap and Barrel prove that opposites do, in fact, attract.

Goodnow Farms works closely with their friends at Burlap & Barrel to find the perfect spices to mix with their fine flavor chocolate, and once they tasted the lemony spice of these peppercorns, B&B had to try it with Goodnow Farms chocolate. They found the perfect complement of flavors in the El Carmen cacao, and spent a lot of time figuring out just the right balance between the zesty flavors of the peppercorns and the earthy tones of the El Carmen. The result is chocolate that combines the sweet, caramel notes of the El Carmen with the sharp, lemony flavors of the pepper slowly building and ending with a long, spicy finish.

About the Zanzibar Pepper:

Burlap & Barrel sources these pepper from small farms on the island of Zanzibar (an insular semi-autonomous region which united with Tanganyika in 1964 to form the United Republic of Tanzania), where they’re hand-picked and sun-dried. According to their website these peppercorns are unlike anything else on the planet, and we’re inclined to agree. Try them for yourself on Burlap and Barrel’s website.

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