We’re addicted to Droga Chocolate’s Money on Honey Caramels; which is pretty ironic since Droga is Italian for drug. Founder Michelle Crochet wanted to create a better-for-you caramel using simple ingredients.

Traditional caramels you find in stores are made from corn-syrup, a highly processed ingredient with no nutritional value. Money on Honey instead uses honey with a touch of fresh cream to create their caramel treats.

The Dark Chocolate French Sea Salt is caramel covered in Guittard dark chocolate with a touch of sea salt. It’s dense, chewy, and rich. The Chocolate Brown Rice has crispy brown rice mixed in, creating great texture with rich flavors.

In 2016, Money on Honey Caramels won a Sofi Award (Sofi stands for Specialty Outstanding Food Innovation), a top honor in the specialty food industry. Money on Honey Caramels was chosen by an expert panel of judges from a pool of over 3,200 entries.

Find Money on Honey caramels regionally at Whole Foods or nationally at Starbucks. Visit wwww.drogachocolates.com for more information.

A proceed of every sale of Money on Honey is donated to Project Apis M., a non-profit organization whose mission is to fund and direct research to enhance the health and vitality of honeybee colonies and improve crop production.