The Story: Seattle Chocolate is proud to partner with The Museum of Flight to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the very first Moon Landing. On July 20, 1969, the crew of the Apollo 11 stepped foot on the moon for the first time in Earth’s history. With this limited edition truffle bar - made of our creamy milk chocolate with bits of popping candy - we applaud the bravery and tenacity that went into this historic moment. May chocolate be your rocket.
An out of this world chocolate truffle bar made of our creamy milk chocolate with bits of popping candy.
What more could you ask from a nerdy rock shop whose owners love all things science and space?
Rainforest Alliance Certified™ cocoa, Non-GMO, Gluten Free, Kosher Dairy
Milk chocolate (cane sugar, milk, cocoa butter*, chocolate liquor*, soya lecithin, natural vanilla), non-hydrogenated coconut oil, popping candy (cane sugar, lactose, non-gmo corn syrup, cocoa butter, carbon dioxide). Contains milk, soya, and coconut. This product is manufactured in a plant that processes milk, soya, peanuts, tree nuts, egg, and wheat products.
To help celebrate occasions big and small. To inspire random acts of chocolate. To make a small moment sweeter (the truffle on top, if you will). As a woman-owned and powered company, we know that magic happens when everyone has a voice.
Since our founding in 1991, Seattle Chocolate Company has created its signature meltaway truffles and truffle bars in the heart of the Pacific Northwest. The original chocolate factory was destroyed by the 2001 Nisqually Earthquake, but entrepreneur, mother, and investor Jean Thompson has never been one to turn down a challenge. At a make-or-break moment for the company, she stepped up and took the helm as owner and CEO. Jean had little industry experience, but was armed with an unparalleled love of chocolate and a whole lot of grit - and soon turned the company into the colorful, thriving place it is today.
Seattle Chocolates donates 10% of their net profits to Girls, Inc.