Taza Chocolate Organic Mexicano Disc Stone Ground

(9 customer reviews)

Brand: Taza Chocolate
Item Form: Bar
Flavor: Variety Pack
Unit Count: 10.8 Ounce
Size: 8 Count (Pack of 1)
Ingredients: organic cacao beans, organic cane sugar, organic almonds, organic ground chili, organic cayenne pepper, organic coffee, organic vanilla beans, organic cinnamon, and sea salt.


  • Contains 8 – 1.35oz Mexicano Discs ( Cacao Puro, Chipotle Chili, Cinnamon, Coffee, Guajillo Chili, 85% Super Dark, Salted Almond, and Vanilla)
  • Product Note: Exposure to heat or sunlight may lead to melting/damage of the product. Hence customers are expected to be available during the product delivery
  • Inspired by our passion for Mexican chocolate traditions, we hand-carve granite millstones to make these rustic organic dark Mexican-style chocolate discs bursting with bright tastes and bold textures. Enjoy as a hot or iced chocolate beverage
  • Certified USDA Organic, Non-GMO Project Verified, Kosher Certified, and Direct Trade to ensure quality and transparency for all
  • All-Natural, Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Soy-Free, and Vegan
  • We make our perfectly unrefined, stone-ground chocolate from bean to bar at our Somerville, MA chocolate factory using traditional Mexican stone mills to grind our cacao

9 reviews for Taza Chocolate Organic Mexicano Disc Stone Ground

  1. celeste drake

    These are simply divine! I haven’t finished all of them yet but I have enjoyed the ones I have tried. The Vanilla in particular is amazing.

  2. Amy M

    This was a gift for my teenage daughter. She loved it!

  3. Samantha S

    Because these are true cocoa, they do not have dairy and are a perfect gift for someone who loves hot cocoa, but canā€™t have dairy.They flavors are yummy and packaging is fancy.

  4. Tbommy

    Nicely packaged and taste remarkable but for the tiny patties of chocolate you get they are pretty much a rip-off. Yeah, specialty chocolates can be pricey but while tasty, not THAT special. Won’t buy again unless the price is 1/2 the current price of $2.50 each – they are worth about a dollar each because they are very very small.

  5. AC

    These are interesting. They are chocolate disks with a grainy texture, given to it by the fact Taza stone-grinds their cacao beans. I rather like it – it isn’t comprised of “hard” granules, its more like tiny crystals which give the whole chocolate disk a stiff, gritty bit. The flavors they include are quite good – none of them taste artificial, all of them have some complexity to to them. I rather liked the Vanilla, but the two Chili flavors also stick in mind – a bit of heat, but nothing intolerable.The chocolate quality itself is very good – obviously so far about the usual Hershey fare that they barely occupy the same category. It’s fairly dark – I like 80% plus dark myself and even will snack on baker’s chocolate, so this is fine by me, but if you really stick to the milk chocolates this will be less sweet than you are used to.All in all, would definitely recommend trying at least once, or giving to someone else to they can experience something new.

  6. hippiedippie

    I love them because they taste like freshly ground, pure chocolate. Like chocolate you made yourself. Grainy texture. Which is why some may not love it so much. Some people prefer smooth chocolate (like my fiancĆ© who I got this forā€¦womp womp. More for me I guess!) And of course, it makes for awesome hot chocolate!


    Absolutely delicious!!!

  8. LJ

    It’s not smooth chocolate like a Dove or Lindt bar. It’s gritty. The sugar is not dissolved and the chocolate nibs are still in there too. Flavor is good though I don’t pick up some of the flavors like vanilla. Couldn’t taste it. Just tasted like chocolate. Best way to describe the texture…you know how when you get teeth cleaning at dentist and they put that gritty paste in your mouth? That. So why did I give it a 4? Cause that’s the way this is supposed to be. If you want a smooth chocolate bar, don’t get this. If you want a gritty, stone ground chocolate then this is for you.

  9. Nathan T. Peirce

    It’s a very different chocolate experience. It’s sort of grainy and dark chocolate, but it’s got this sort of crystallized sugar quality (kind of like the inside of some cordials where the liqueur syrup has begun to crystallize). Pretty amazing, if you like earthy, bitter and sweet, complex flavors.

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