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Peter’s Chocolate & Spirits Pairing Flight

Beer & Wine. These adult staples are what are most often displayed in the chocolate pairing game. But lately the other spirits are booming into the mix of popularity. Experience the best of all worlds with these ideal liquor pairings. Experiment with a crafted cocktail or sip the traditional. Either way, experience the chocolate in a whole new dimension.

Original White Chocolate + Dry Gin

Original is lovely with straight dry juniper gin, made better when crafting a classic gin and tonic. Lime and white chocolate on its own would work perfectly but added to this cocktail it infuses beautifully with the juniper notes. The saltiness of pink peppercorn is a welcome addition and lime brings it all to life for a stylish summer cocktail that is sophisticated, elegant and light.

Brenay Milk Chocolate + Cherry Brandy

The silky-sweet vanillin milk chocolate combines mouthwateringly with the satiny cherry brandy. Both dance together beautifully, coating the tongue completely. The cherry brandy wraps warm layers of intense, bright cherry-fruit around the silky-sweet creamy-milk chocolate. A decadent pairing, leaving you wanting more with its lingering, mouthwatering finish.

Broc® Milk Chocolate + Rum

Broc with its super creamy and refined palate, highlighted by creamy, caramel notes, and warmed sweet milky flavors, is a luxurious milk chocolate in its own right.  Pairing with rum adds sophistication to the mix. Pineapple, strawberries and banana are also natural fits with Broc so a tropical rum drink such as a Piña Colada or Strawberry Daquiri would be a fun vibe.

Burgundy® 51% Semisweet Chocolate + Sweet Gin

Another gin companion as the alcohol really enhances the semisweet. The sweetness of the gin cuts some of the bitter in the chocolate and combined, the two showcase a vanilla perfume hit for the nose and a nice, complex botanical bouquet for the palate. The strong cocoa recipe in Burgundy also brings a chocolate-forward finish that leaves a lingering mocha taste in the mouth.

Newport 56% Bittersweet Chocolate + Whiskey

Good whiskey is made from the best grains, in the same way that Newport’s medium dark flavor is sourced from specially roasted beans. Although they come from different parts of the world, these two delicacies can find a new meeting point at your table. A glass of smokey, malty whiskey can lift up Newport’s roast to a new flavor dimension. Add a bit of nutmeg to your chocolate for an extra layer of flavor, and if you’re feeling adventurous, try chocolate and whiskey with honey as well and enjoy on the rocks.

Peter’s Chocolate Charcuterie Board

In recent years, charcuterie and cheeseboards have seen a renaissance of creativity and display and even transitioned into a true artform spread across social media channels. Meats, cheeses, nuts and more are celebrated and showcased in this go-to staple for gatherings.

Ride the creativity wave and add another modern element, chocolate, with these suggested pairings to bring to life some of our favorites Peter’s products.

Gibraltar Bittersweet Chocolate + Hazelnuts + Dried Cranberries

Both hazelnut and Gibraltar have roasted qualities that mix with each other perfectly to enhance your experience. Gibraltar also balances beautifully with tangy and intense dried cranberry — the perfect fruit burst for a dark chocolate.

Newport Bittersweet Chocolate + Parmesan + Honey

Parmesan gives some tanginess to the strong chocolate Newport for a balanced blend of tasting elements intertwining. Bonus! Add honey to the mix to further the sweet intensity.

Burgundy Semisweet Chocolate + Blue Cheddar

The blue cheddar’s salty tang taps the overlooked potential of Burgundy’s winey notes and creates a sensory experience as the savoriness of the blue cheddar fills out in the mid palate.

Broc Milk Chocolate + Smoked Cheddar

The milky notes of the Broc lend well to the smokiness of the cheddar cheese for a combination that really works. Broc’s creamy notes shine as the smokiness of the cheese makes the chocolate flavor linger.

Ultra Milk Chocolate + Pistachios

Ultra’s milky sweetness and uniquely flavored beans mix perfectly with the moreish pistachio nut flavor, blending sweet and salty flavors for a delicate yet crunchy treat.

Original White Chocolate + Wasabi Peas

Feeling more adventurous? Let the umami qualities of wasabi peas click with Original’s creamy flavor and bring some savory heat to the chocolate. A true delight for those who love bold flavors.

Caramel + Green Olives

The single pairing of Peter’s Caramel with salted olives is a divine match. The saltiness of the olive adds an extra umami dimension to an already nuanced chocolate. Feel the flavors moving around your mouth with this ultimate salty and sweet combination.

Peter’s Chocolate & Beer Pairing Flight

Beer has become the obvious staple for your traditional St. Patrick’s Day celebration. But how about adding some additional sweetness to your celebration? We’ve created the below flight of our premium Peter’s chocolates with their most mutually flavorsome toasting companions.

Toast the holiday. Bite. Sip. Enjoy.

Peter’s Original White Chocolate + American Brown Ale

Original White works wonders on a Brown Ale by soothing the bitter and acid, while spotlighting its own smooth, subtle and milky characters. You’ll be left with an overall dessert feel…and that’s a good feeling.

Peter’s Broc Milk Chocolate + Vanilla Porter

These two were meant to be together. Each bite and sip presents a deep taste reserve of chocolate and roast flavor that is paired with a soothing backdrop of caramel. The coupling is divine fate.

Peter’s Burgundy Semisweet Chocolate + Belgian Fruit Lambic

Predominately known for its fudgy flavor, Burgundy also showcases a mouth-watering blend of winey and fruity flavors and finishes with a touch of spice. Pairing with a fruit beer influences those fruity flavors to take center stage and brings a berry burst your palate.

Peter’s Cambra Bittersweet Chocolate + Stout

A foamy pint of stout combined with the elegant intricacies of a bit of Cambra really make the case. Stout’s chocolate and coffee notes blend smoothly with Cambra’s darker flavors, for a refreshing and sweet combination.