Turkish Pistachios in Milk Chocolate (50% Cacao)

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Turkish pistachios are so special and coveted, they win taste awards each year and make it into a wide range of dishes ranging from kebabs to baklava. Naturally they made their way into our homemade milk chocolate recipe as well. 

This bar is a crowd-pleaser, leave it on your desk for a short while to go grab coffee and next thing you know it's gone. But no worries, it's best enjoyed with company so happy sharing! 

Cocoa butter (min 50%), whole milk powder, cocoa oil, natural beet sugar, Turkish Antep Pistachios (22%). Allergen information underlined below.
Product does not contain any further vegetable or animal oils besides naturally occurring cacao oil. 

Allergen Information: Produced in a production facility that handles hazelnuts, almonds, peanuts, pistachio, walnuts and dairy products. 

No Exposure to Heat

It's a proven fact that contact with heat removes polyphenols (antioxidants) from the olive oil while also reducing flavor and body. Zeytin's olives are never in contact with heat and are always cold processed. That is how we produce premium quality extra virgin olive oil bottle after bottle.

First Day Harvest Only!

99% of our olives are green and picked early to achieve the low acidity of 0.6% that makes our products unapologetically Extra Virgin. The only way we know is to pick the best of olives on the first day of harvest and process within hours to sustain the high standards we set for ourselves!

100% Single Sourced

No blends of different grades, seasons, regions and countries. Our product is single sourced and made from a single type of olives enhancing the flavors unique to our brand. Mixing olives and blending oils from different regions are unfortunately common in the industry but not with Zeytin!

Raw and Untouched

Great extra virgin olive oils do not need to be filtered and Zeytin is no exception. Our extra virgin olive oil is the closest experience to picking the olive right from the branch and eating it with no chemical or physical filtering that occurs between harvest, processing and bottling.