NEW CHOCOLATE ?
Ruby chocolate is the first new chocolate in 87 years! This new Belgian chocolate is naturally pink and has unique fruity notes. Our bars are named after some of the world's culinary capitals and display the finest ingredients from those regions… all presented in Flair's signature millennial-pink boxes.
TOKYO Ruby Chocolate Bar
“Tokyo” provides you an experience reminiscent of traditional Japanese tea service. With hints of floral and red fruits of ruby chocolate, smoky notes and crunchiness of an ancient genmai rice, and rich earthiness of hand-milled matcha tea. Experience with us a few moments of Japanese tradition with this rare pairing.
PARIS Ruby Chocolate Bar
We present you the king of all figs! Our fig is treated like royalty by artisan fruit growers that bring this fig to peak ripeness before it is harversted and dried, leading to multiple layers of flavors. One bite of our fig, you won't fall for another one.
NEW YORK Ruby Chocolate Bar
FINE DINING IN A BAR! "The City That Never Sleeps" is our lovely hometown and also home of an exciting fine dining scene. This bar captures that excitement with the tangy Fuji apple and the fruity ruby cacao, while keeping its elegance and balance with the Belgian dark chocolate pearls and cocoa nibs.
It is absolutely delicious. This naturally pink chocolate is very smooth and has a sweet taste that’s not too sugary. I love the dried apple bits. It gives the chocolate bar some texture but I wish they would put more apples in.I look forward to this special treat every month.
My husband is the chocolate gourmand in our house. He received the Flair Ruby Chocolate 3-Set for Valentine’s Day this year and was immediately smitten with every variety, so much so that he rationed each bar to make it last longer. He says that Flair Ruby Chocolate is the best he’s ever had. So he’s getting an Easter surprise. More Ruby chocolate! It’s truly a uniquely smooth and subtle taste experience. In addition, we discovered that Flair's customer support is attentive, uncomplicated, and responsive. Along those lines, I would welcome an uncomplicated, unadorned Ruby Chocolate Bar option and hope you’ll consider it.
I for one did like the New York, and I think my two granddaughters liked that one too.
This was a Valentines gift for my chocoholic husband. It was a huge success. Though I was iffy on the Tokyo as a bit too exotic, he loved all three varieties and said they were the best chocolate he’s ever tasted. So Bravo on this breakthrough! (I am curious if you plan to release a simple bar for purists. I liked the plain chocolate in between the adornments.)
Once bitten, very hard to stop. You are definitely on to something
I bought the Belgian Ruby 3 set for my better halves birthday as she is a chocolate lover ! She loved the unique flavors and pink is also her favorite color !
I heard a little boy say this the other day when looking at a big scoop of ice cream with sprinkles and it reminded me of my kids when they were younger and how I felt when I tasted these bars. These bars are delicious, unique and beautiful. For us, they came right on time. For my parents in Minneapolis? Fed Ex couldn't get it there until after Valentine's Day even though I ordered well in advance of the two day delivery. However, they too loved it when they tried it. So different! FLAIR Team gets an A+. I can't give the same grade to Fed Ex, even though I know all delivery services are hurting.
I got the set for a Galentine’s item and it was a huge hit!
Awesome,,,, the ruby chocolate is soooo good that I bought more to share with my friends. Highly recommended. I have try everyone of them and I can't choose only one they are all delicious.
I only loved dark chocolate until I tasted the ruby chocolate. It is not too sweet nor too bitter. The combination of dried fruits, nuts or crispy rice and dark or white chocolate pearls works well. I cannot stop eating them. I had to give some away and now my friend ordered some. However, I was curious if ruby chocolate would be good by itself or maybe a tad bit simpler without too much distractions..?