Chocolate inspired by art. This collection provides Andover Massachusetts artist Michele Bourgeau with a chocolate canvas and a variety of flavor pairings we handpicked to accentuate the expressions Michele’s artwork conveys. Michele’s real-world art is recreated with a cocoa butter pallet to the delight of both chocolate and visual arts connoisseurs.
- These ethereal women joyfully crash their cymbals as harbingers of good news. “Three Graces” is a copper etched and hand water colored print that tells us all to “Celebrate!” Our citrus cymbals of oranges, lemons, and limes are embedded in deep, dark chocolate. Good news to any chocolate lover.
- fine dark chocolate with candied oranges, lemons, limes (contains soy)
- This mischievous visual is inspired by an etched copper plate print entitled “Smokin’ Buddies” and it’s the perfect backdrop for our combination of buttery pecans, sweet brownies, and dark chocolate. Our mischievous brownie buddies are out for an evening stroll, dwarfed by the tall trees of an enchanting southern pecan forest.
- dark chocolate with pecan brownie pieces. (contains milk, soy, eggs, wheat, pecans/nuts)
spice of life
- Entitled “Nesting Instincts”, this relief print was created by the artist through an exploratory process. It was inspired by communal gatherings for big events, like a new life. Pistachios and caramelized almonds unfold with the deceptively unexpected spice of ea sar black pepper from Vietnam and Maldon sea salt. Surprises often come from surprising places.
- dark chocolate with pistachios and salt & pepper caramelized almonds (contains soy, nuts (almonds, pistachios))
- “Let’s Dance” is a collage inspired by the amazing plant world. A pair of sunflowers adorned with sage leaves and red bells dance among the flora. We add smoky mezcal to lead musky sage and candied sweet peppers through an enjoyable dance in milk chocolate.
- milk chocolate with candied sweet peppers, sage, and mezcal (contains soy, milk)
Not only do I love the chocolate blended with the candied citrus I couldn’t stop eating it once I started but I love the unique art on the front of the bar. I’m also honored to know there is such beautiful talent in my daughter’s boyfriend’s aunt! She is the artist of the series!
As a chocolate connoisseur who tried my first truffle from Sze’s in San Francisco over 35 years ago I search out the best dark chocolate in all my travels. Who would think I don’t have to travel far at all for the bar of chocolate so uniquely designed and taste ting! Bravo seriously!
Just received a chocolate art bar in a gift exchange. The bar was beautiful and delicious too!