Guittard Old Dutch Milk Chocolate Block - 10 lbs.
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Guittard Old Dutch milk chocolate displays a medium strength chocolate flavor with a lighter milk chocolate appearance.
Perfect for dipping flavored centers, decor molding, and thinning down into a delicious chocolate sauce.
Comes packaged as an 10 lb. chocolate block. We cannot guarantee that any chocolate block will arrive unbroken when shipping.
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- Guittard Old Dutch Milk Chocolate Block
- 10 lb. block
- Contains 34% cocoa solids
- Couverture chocolate
- Certified Kosher
- Standard viscosity
- Certified Non-GMO
- Made in USA
- Ingredients: sugar, cocoa butter, milk, unsweetened chocolate, sunflower lecithin, vanilla
***Hot Weather Warning!!***
We are not liable for products melting during shipping. Due to temperature variations across the country that are out of our control, we cannot guarantee the unmelted or melted status of chocolate products that are shipped during the warm months.
We strongly advise cold packs in shipping (see related items below). Even so, some chocolate may arrive melted. This does not compromise the chocolate, simply remelt and use as normal.
Use and care
Want to know how to temper chocolate? Read all about it on our blog. How To Temper Chocolate
Store at 53-60 F in a dry, well ventilated area with no strong odors. Recommended shelf life is 18 months in an air-tight container.
Ratings & Reviews
"individually wrapped" is for suckers.
by J. Scott
Call me an ignorant savage, but I bought two, some-odd two years ago. Been breaking chipping, and nibbling on it ever since.
<br>Just finishing the last pound, and I gotta say it never got old for me. Flavour/texture beats pretty much everything else I can get my grubby hands on, hands down. Very smooth, and milky, with a hint of caramel, and it doesn't have bitter/sour aftertastes.
<br>The price-per-pound just kills it. Even with shipping, you're only paying half the price, for superior chocolate.
<br>You do need to consult your toolbox to divide the bar, though.