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Raven Rising

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Raven Rising Themed Milk & White Chocolate Blend

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With the first bite of Raven Rising, you'll realize you've never had chocolate quite like this!

Every bar is made using only organic ingredients sourced locally and around Canada - always from indigenous communities wherever possible. The bars are free from any preservatives, which results in an unbelievable taste and texture that only a true premier chocolatier could accomplish.

No matter the flavour you choose - fruity, nutty, toffee or sea salt filled - the ingredients will always be premium and fresh.

Thanks to their spectacular, colourful appearance and great taste, Raven Rising chocolate bars make a sweet gift for any chocolate lover!

Flavour Profile

Creamy milk chocolate base with hand-painted white chocolate embellishments. Every bar is unique and may contain mint, rose, violet and edible gold. This is a must have for milk chocolate lovers.

  • Approximately 1 year shelf life
  • Made with zero preservatives
  • Made using locally and Canadian sourced, organic ingredients
  • Sold individually
  • Not produced in a nut-free facility - may contain nuts
  • First Nations owned and operated

About Raven Rising Chocolates

Created by Red Seal pastry chef and chocolatier Tammy Maki, Raven Rising is located in Sudbury, Ontario. A part of Raven Rising's mission is to create chocolates and pastries with a focus on traditional ingredients sourced, wherever possible, from Indigenous people in Canada and across the world.

Tammy Maki is a proud Saulteaux Ojibwe Kwe from White Bear First Nation in Saskatchewan. A product of the '60's Scoop', she was adopted to a Finnish family in Ontario. She jokingly refers to herself as Finndian.

A portion of proceeds are donated to Orange Shirt Society - a program creating awareness for the impacts of Indian Residential Schools.