Ever in the darkest days, chocolate still makes people happy. Whether your interested in the chemical reactions that cause it or just want to decompress from all the chaos in the world right now, chocolate could very well be the answer.
With a year under my belt at American Inheritance Confectionery, I am beginning to realize the importance of staying authentic to who you are and keeping things in line with that. Wanna read more about the power of authenticity, check out this post.
At American Inheritance Confectionery, we proudly stand behind our commitment to sourcing our products from not only Certified Fair-Trade companies, but also companies that are dedicated to ethically and sustainable sourcing. We’ve done our research to ensure that we are indeed providing you a product that isn’t built on the backs of children and/or forced labor.
American Confections are a far cry from the beautiful uniformity of Belgian chocolate. And that pursuit of perfection allowed me to discredit these "ugly" American candies, until I had a realization that changed everything.
Hot chocolate wouldn’t be the same without them. Campfires wouldn’t be the same without them. The Egyptian gods would have been without a delicacy without them. What are they? You guessed it. Marshmallows.
Ever wondered where candy bars came from? Would you believe me if I told you it took 63 years for someone to look at a candy bar and decide it needed peanuts and caramel? Or what if I told you that the government horded large 20-40lbs chunks of chocolates in WWI?