Turin, who seems to have a Spanish site but not an English one, makes a wide variety of liquor filled chocolates. They produce chocolates filled with Grand Marnier, Jack Daniels, Jose Cuervo Especial, Kahlúa, and Bailey's Irish Cream. On a whim, I decided to try the Bailey's Irish Cream filled chocolates. These are milk chocolate filled with a ganache made with Bailey's. Now, I like Bailey's but I'm not a huge fan; mostly I've used it for cooking (note: Irish coffee is not made with Bailey's) or served it over ice.
Dagoba is a maker of fine organic chocolates. It's an interesting company, though it's now a wholly owned subsidiary of Hershey. Even now, though, Dagoba adheres to the original principles of the founder, Frederick Schilling. Schilling was interested in chocolate production based on sustainability and quality ingredients.
A friend who knows I love chocolate sent this bar as a gift. I was intrigued by the notion of tea-infusedTea Room Green Tea Earl Grey Dark Chocolate bar is 1.8 of 58% cacao dark chocolate. It's organic, all the way, made with unsweetened organic chocolate from Belgium and France, organic cane sugar, organic cacao fat, organic green tea, organic bergamot oil. It does contain soy Lecithin as an emulsifier, and it has the usual warning that it may have been contaminated by peanuts or nut products in production. The chocolate is made in small batches in Napa, California.
This is another "fringe candy" that I associate with drug stores like Walgreen's. They always have an entire aisle devoted to candy, and you have to stock it with something, you know? Why drug stores have entire candy aisles, when grocery stores devote only about 1/8th of an aisle to candy, is just another mystery.