Check out our Where to Buy page for a list of all of the stores that carry our chocolate, and please support them when you are in the area - they are all wonderful, locally-owned stores that are a vibrant part of their communities, and they have all been very supportive of us. However, if are unable to visit our shop in Wolfeboro, or any of the other fine stores which carry our chocolate, you can order right from this page with secure payment handled by PayPal.

For nutritional information, please visit our Nutrition page.

Thank you, Sally & Jonathan

Warm Weather Shipping: At this point we are not set up for warm weather shipping (ice packs, insulated boxes, etc.) therefore we will not be accepting chocolate orders to ship between mid-June and mid-September, or until the weather cools down consistently below 75 degrees, otherwise you would end up with a puddle of chocolate and that would not be very satisfying.

Sorry for the inconvenience.

Sally & Jonathan

Allergy Warning:

All of our chocolates are made with equipment that we also use to make nut-based flavors. We do not recommend any of our chocolates for people with severe nut allergies. We are sorry!!!

Mount Pemigewasset - Dark Milk Chocolate with Cashews and Golden Raisins

Named after one of the last Abenaki chiefs to live in the area, Mount Pemigewasset is located at the southern end of Franconia Notch. Carved by glaciers thousands of years ago, the resulting “Indian Head” was not noticed until a forest fire in 1900 burned away the tall pines that obscured his chin. Craggy cashews and golden raisins in a dark milk chocolate are our salute to this other granite profile.

Hand-Crafted with the finest ingredients: Milk and dark chocolates (sugar, cocoa liquor, cocoa butter, whole milk, soya lecithin, natural vanilla), cashews, golden raisins. Approx. 3oz. (85g)

$6.50/bar
Mount Lafayette - Dark Chocolate with Blueberries and Pine Nuts.

Named in honor of the Marquis de Lafayette, the French war hero and aristocrat who fought in the Revolutionary War with George Washington, Mount Lafayette holds its head up as the highest peak in the Franconia Range. As part of the Appalachian Trail, and abounding with spectacular views, it is one of the most popular destinations for hikers in the White Mountains. Our bar is a blend of rich blueberries, tasty pine nuts, lemon zest and a deep dark chocolate.

Hand-Crafted with the finest ingredients: Dark Chocolate (cocoa liquor, sugar, cocoa butter, soya lecithin, vanilla), Dried Wild Maine Blueberries, Toasted Pine Nuts, Lemon Zest. Approx. 3oz. (85g)

$6.50/bar
Mount Monadnock - Dark Milk Chocolate with Cardamom and Pistachios

Mount Monadnock is the most prominent peak south of the White Mountains. At 3165 feet, it dominates the landscape of southern New Hampshire, standing more than 1000 feet above any nearby hills, and more than 2000 feet above the surrounding plains. It is often considered one of the most climbed mountains in the world with over 125,00 visitors a year, and with more than 4000 acres held in conservation by the Society for the Protection of NH Forests, and others, Mount Monadnock is guaranteed to be preserved for generations to come.

Hand-Crafted with the finest ingredients: Milk and dark chocolates (sugar, cocoa liquor, cocoa butter, whole milk, soya lecithin, natural vanilla), toasted pistachios, cardamom, sea salt. Approx. 3oz. (85g)

$6.50/bar
Mount Chocorua – Dark Chocolate with Cocoa Nibs

Mount Chocorua is the eastern most mountain of the Sandwich Range. Named after a 1770’s Sokosis Indian Chief who, legend has it, leapt from the summit uttering a curse on the White Men of the valley. Chocorua had been pursued up the mountain after an Indian raid, and the settlers set fire to the trees and scorched the top, leaving the bare, rocky peak we now know. Mount Chocorua is one of the most photographed mountains in the world, particularly with its perfect reflection mirrored in the still waters of Lake Chocorua.

Hand-Crafted with the finest ingredients: Dark chocolate (cocoa liquor, sugar, cocoa butter, soya lecithin, natural vanilla), cocoa nibs. Approx. 3oz. (85g)

$6.50/bar
Sandwich Notch – Pure Dark Chocolate

First settled in the late 1700’s, the land in Sandwich Notch was found to be abundantly fertile, and farms quickly flourished. By the early 1800’s the Notch was cleared of trees and home to more than 300 families, three schools, a sawmill, gristmill and tavern. Summer church services were conducted at Pulpit Rock, and the Notch Road was a major route for transporting goods from northern farmers to the seacoast. After the Civil War, however, the population dwindled and the woods closed back in. Now only one home from those early days still remains.

Hand-Crafted with the finest ingredients: Dark chocolate (cocoa liquor, sugar, cocoa butter, soya lecithin, natural vanilla). Approx. 3oz. (85g)

$6.50/bar
Kancamagus – Dark Chocolate with Hazelnuts

First opened in 1959, the “Kanc” is a national scenic byway and is considered one of the most beautiful roads in New England. Named for Chief Kancamagus of the Penacook Confederacy, who was forced to flee north after years of trying to maintain peace between his peoples and the encroaching English settlers, the “Kanc” twists over 34 miles, starting along the Swift River in Conway, and climbing to 3,000 feet before dropping back down into Lincoln. Our bar is a classic dark chocolate with a tumble of hazelnuts, like the boulders that dot the route.

Hand-Crafted with the finest ingredients: Dark chocolate (cocoa liquor, sugar, cocoa butter, soya lecithin, natural vanilla), Hazelnuts. Approx. 3oz. (85g)

$6.50/bar
Mount Washington – Dark Chocolate with Dried Cherries

Known as “Agiockochook”, or “Home of the Great Spirit” to the local Abenaki, Mount Washington sits at the head of the Presidential Range. Mount Washington was one of the earliest tourist destinations in the country, with its first trail laid out in 1819 and the Cog Railway built in 1869 to reach the TipTop House and other summit hotels. With our bar we chose to honor the mountain’s namesake, George Washington, and the legend of the Cherry Tree, blending organic tart cherries in a rich dark chocolate.

Hand-Crafted with the finest ingredients: Dark chocolate (cocoa liquor, sugar, cocoa butter, soya lecithin, natural vanilla), organic dried tart cherries. Approx. 3oz. (85g)

$6.50/bar
The Flume – Dark Chocolate with Crushed Coffee Beans

First discovered by settlers in 1808, the Flume is a natural glacial gorge that runs 800 feet along the base of Mt. Liberty in Franconia Notch State Park. Separated by less than 20 feet, the sheer, moss-covered, granite walls tower up to 90 feet over the wooden boardwalk and the water gushing below. With scenic pools, glacial boulders, mountain views and the misty gorge, this hike is one of the most spectacular in the region. For our Flume bar we blended a powerful rush of crushed coffee beans with the clean, crisp flavor of pure dark chocolate.

Hand-Crafted with the finest ingredients: Dark chocolate (cocoa liquor, sugar, cocoa butter, soya lecithin, natural vanilla extract), Black Bear Hibernation Blend coffee beans. Approx. 3oz. (85g)

Try Black Bear Micro Roastery's excellent selection of small batch roasted coffee - you won't be disappointed! They are available in fine stores throughout New England and the US as well as online at www.BlackBearCoffee.com.

$6.50/bar

Mount Moosilauke – Milk Chocolate with Cinnamon & Pecans

At 4,802 feet, Mount Moosilauke is the tenth highest mountain in the state, and the south-western most of the White Mountains “4000 footers”. Its name is an amalgam of two Native American words, “moosi”, meaning bald, and “auke” meaning place, referring to its instantly recognizable table-like ridge of bare rock just below the summit. With a 360° panorama, ranging from the Adirondacks in the west to the Presidentials in the east, many feel Mount Moosilauke offers the finest views in the White Mountains.

Hand-Crafted with the finest ingredients: Milk and dark chocolates (sugar, cocoa liquor, cocoa butter, whole milk, soya lecithin, natural vanilla), roasted pecans, cinnamon. Approx. 3oz. (85g)

$6.50/bar

Willey House – Pure Milk Chocolate

In 1825 Samuel Willey and his family moved to a small house in the heart of Crawford Notch intending to expand it and operate it as an Inn. On the night of August 28, 1826, after a devastating drought, torrential rains raised the Saco River 20 feet overnight, and the family fled the house for higher ground. When friends arrived in the following days, they found the valley buried under a slide of earth and debris. The family was lost but the house was untouched. The Inn operated until 1898, catering to tourists and curiosity seekers who had heard of the Willeys’ tragic fate.

Hand-Crafted with the finest ingredients: Milk and dark chocolates (sugar, cocoa liquor, cocoa butter, whole milk, soya lecithin, natural vanilla). Approx. 3oz. (85g)

$6.50/bar
Old Man of the Mountain – Milk Chocolate with Chopped Almonds

Geologists speculate that the Old Man looked out over Profile Lake and Franconia Notch for more than 12,000 years. He was first discovered by settlers in 1805 but he existed in Native American legend long before that. Nathaniel Hawthorne made him famous with his 1850 story “The Great Stone Face” and Daniel Webster wrote of him “in the Mountains of New Hampshire, God Almighty has hung out a sign to show that there He makes men.” On the morning of May 3, 2003 the Old Man of the Mountain finally gave in to the ravages of time and fell.

Hand-Crafted with the finest ingredients: Milk chocolate (pure cane sugar, full cream milk, cocoa butter, cocoa beans, soya lecithin, vanilla beans) toasted chopped almonds. Approx. 3oz. (85g)

$6.50/bar
Glenn Ellis Falls – White Chocolate with Blueberries

Down a clearly marked trail off of Route 16, at the bottom of a long series of stone steps and shrouded in an ethereal mist, you will find the base of Glen Ellis Falls, one of the jewels of Pinkham Notch. Plunging over the headwall of an ancient glacial valley, the Ellis River drops nearly 64 feet creating one of the tallest and most dramatic waterfalls in the White Mountains.

Hand-Crafted with the finest ingredients: White chocolate (sugar, cocoa butter, dry whole & skim milk, soya lecithin, natural vanilla), dried wild blueberries. Approx. 3oz. (85g)

$6.50/bar
Stack: A complete set of all 12 flavors of White Mountains Chocolate bars.
$70.00/stack

Winnipesaukee Chocolates, 53A North Main Street, P.O. Box 2208, Wolfeboro, NH 03894

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