What if you spent every day looking for One Beautiful Thing?

Gradients for Your Mouth


Featuring gorgeous gradients of both color and flavor, these amazing bars by the Japan-based brand Little Motherhouse Chocolate are my newest obsession. It is making my mouth sad that I can’t get hold of these things. The bars begin with a base of white chocolate, then they are infused with winning color and flavor combinations like lemon balm into mint, blueberry to ginger, and chestnut to beet root. I’m especially bummed that I won’t get to try their black pepper yuzu combination. Those are two of my most favorite flavors of all time!

The beautiful bars are made from cocoa beans sourced from a single, family-owned farm in Indonesia. They are then colored and flavored with natural elements including fruits, vegetables, teas, and herbs. The packaging is also sustainably sourced. What a wonderful company!

Like me, you can gaze longingly at all of Little Motherhouse Chocolates’ wares on Instagram. Damnit.

Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

16 thoughts on “Gradients for Your Mouth

  1. At first, looking at the illustration, I thought “gum.” When I realized it was chocolate, I thought at first it was only the packaging that was colored. What a novel idea. A flavor gradient and a color gradient in white chocolate. I am curious about these too and would try it if I saw it in a store.

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  2. They appear to be the perfect size!

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  3. My mouth is watering…

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