|Sea Salt Caramel Bites|
|5 Varieties Sea Salt Caramels Identified|
The Sea Salt Caramels Collection can have 8 different varieties in them, milk and dark chocolate pieces with one of four types of sea salt. There are photographs on the back of the box and I used those to identify the pieces. I had 5 varieties in my box -- Milk Chocolate with Mediterranean Salt, one each Dark and Milk Chocolate with Cyprus Flake Salt, and two each of the Dark and Milk Chocolate with Red Alaea Hawaiian Salt. I couldn't identify any Himalayan Pink Salt pieces.
I'm going to look at these in pairs where I had both milk and dark chocolate where I can but I'll start with the Milk Chocolate Mediterranean Salt Caramel. There is a lot of the salt crystals on the top of this milk chocolate piece. I bite it in half trying to break the amount of salt in half as well. The first thing I note is that very thick caramel comes out when I take that bite. The caramel is tangy and buttery and it sticks slightly to my teeth. The chocolate is creamy and I can taste the vanilla as well but the salt is powerful, too, and it lingers in my mouth. I wish I had the dark chocolate version to compare the strength of the chocolate.
|Chocolate Chocolate Chocolate Mediterranean Sea Salt Caramel|
|Chocolate Chocolate Chocolate Cyprus Flake Salt, Dark and Milk Chocolate Caramels|
|Red Alaea Hawaiian Sea Salt Dark and Milk Chocolate Caramels|
|Sea Salt Caramels Collection Box|
I think both of these products from Chocolate Chocolate Chocolate are excellent for the chocolate caramel lovers out there, they are certainly Sacrament Worthy. The collection of sea salt varieties highlights the impact that dark and milk chocolate have on the flavor of any type of candy, caramel, or chocolates.
Tell me! Are you looking forward to celebrating National Sea Salt Caramel Day?