NibMor’s Vegan Drinking Chocolate is an Excellent Product

Written by Max Goldberg on July 12, 2012. Follow Max on Twitter: @livingmaxwell.

If you live in New York City and eat organic, there is a very high probability that you are familiar with the brand NibMor. And for good reason.

NibMor makes great tasting chocolate bars, and the company is growing like crazy.

What may not be as well-known is that NibMor produces an excellent vegan drinking chocolate as well.

I first came across this drinking chocolate at the 2011 Expo East trade show in Baltimore and immediately loved it.  The drink is smooth, filling, and satisfying, but not overly rich.

A few other notable aspects of this product:

– I don’t regard it as a hot chocolate substitute. You can use cold or hot water with it. Boiling water is not recommended.

– The primary ingredient, cacao powder, is one of most antioxidant rich foods on the planet.

– The sweetener is palm sugar, which is very low on the Glycemic Index.

– It comes in four flavors: Traditional (palm sugar, cacao powder, sea salt), Mint (palm sugar, cacao powder, mint), 6 Spice (palm sugar, cacao powder, cayenne pepper, cinnamon, fennel, cloves, star of anise, white pepper, sea salt), and Maple (maple sugar, palm sugar, cacao powder, sea salt).

My favorite is 6 Spice because it contains so many herbs and spices that have amazing health benefits.

– It is certified organic, Non-GMO verified, fair trade certified, and certified vegan.

Over the past few years, I have gotten to know the founders of NibMor, Jennifer Love and Heather Terry, and I can assure you that these are two very high quality individuals.

If you’re in the mood to try a different kind of chocolate, definitely give NibMor’s drinking chocolate a try.


The product is available at retail locations nationwide and can be purchased online.


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  1. Good morning Max!
    I just sent NibMor’s a email because it does not appear
    their product line is available to buy anywhere in SF.
    I look foward to tying it! Sounds yummy!
    BTW I let them know I heard about their company via you and included
    a link to your aforementioned post.

    All the best,

    Written by stephanie haughey on July 13, 2012 @ 12:02 pm
  2. Looks like beet juice! Maybe it’s the setting on my screen :) Can’t wait to try it regardless!

    Written by Food Babe on July 13, 2012 @ 3:31 pm
  3. Hi Food Babe,

    I can see why you would say that but let me assure you that there are no beets in that juice!! :-) Just cacao powder and other fantastic ingredients.

    Live well,

    Written by Max Goldberg on July 13, 2012 @ 4:04 pm
  4. Hi Stephanie,

    I really appreciate that and I am sure they’d be thrilled to have it out in your region. It is great!!

    Have a fantastic weekend!

    Live well,

    Written by Max Goldberg on July 13, 2012 @ 4:05 pm
  5. Hello Max,

    Thank you for introducing your readers to Food Babe’s blog
    a while ago. I find her posts meaningful, engaging and inspiring!
    How delightful that you have met.

    BTW I appreciate all your posts and twitter feed links.

    All the best,

    Written by stephanie haughey on July 15, 2012 @ 1:48 am
  6. Hi Stephanie,

    My pleasure! The Food Babe is a good friend of mine and puts out some excellent work.

    Live well,

    Written by Max Goldberg on July 15, 2012 @ 8:24 pm
  7. I noticed the packaging changed and some reviews I read stated that the recipe changed. I’ve looked at both packages from my prior stock and ingredients look the same, did the recipe change?

    Written by Catt on October 19, 2014 @ 12:17 pm
  8. Hi Catt,

    I don’t know if the recipe changed but the packaging definitely did.

    Live well,

    Written by Max Goldberg on October 19, 2014 @ 4:40 pm

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