New Mexican Chocolate Bar



Product Details

5.0mg THC
Spices, Chocolate
Serving Size
1 square
Cacao beans, pure cane sugar, cocoa butter, sunflower lecithin, vanilla beans, New Mexican chipotle powder, cannabis, cinnamon
Nutrition Facts
Total Fat2g

Product Description

Lief Goods' New Mexican Chocolate Bar doesn't have enough of a kick to fulfill the checklist for an authentic Mexican chocolate experience, but it still tastes really good. It's safe for spicy-snack avoiders who would enjoy a hot, steamy bath. The high tends to come on hard and sudden, but as long as you're in a calm environment you'll enjoy this relaxed high.

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Expert Review

In Lieu Of Spicy Kicks, Some Luxurious Vibes

Review by Brianna Wheeler

Oct 31, 2018 · 4 min read

This New Mexican chocolate may only be spicy to the most milquetoast people, but it's still delicious.

I can’t tell you the cultural lineage of the person who developed the flavor profile for Leif Goods’ New Mexican Chocolate Bar, but I can tell you that it seems made for a decidedly caucasian palette. This chocolate bar is about as spicy as I am New Mexican, which is to say, not at all. I was anticipating flavors similar to Ibarra or at least Nestle Abuelita, both popular store-bought brands of champurrado—Mexican hot chocolate bristling with cinnamon, spice, and a complex chili afterburn. But this chocolate bar was just, well, chocolate. That’s not to say that Leif Goods hasn't produced a top-shelf bar. Leif Goods can be counted on to provide a luxurious chocolate experience akin to those you find capping the specialty food aisles in Whole Foods or Bristol Farms. But whoever described this bar as having “a spicy kick” has a painfully limited understanding of how spicy is supposed to kick.

It would only titillate those for whom black pepper can be 'too much.'