Deadly Delicacies from Emporium Black | Coby Michael Ward

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The chocolate was amazing and the subtle taste of the herb-infused honey was noticeable enough that you knew there was more than a trace amount of plant material in them.  The exact amounts are a trade secret, and Seamus is always happy to answer any questions potential customers might have.

The rose flavor was pervasive, not in a bad way.  You could taste and smell the roses long after eating the truffle, an interesting aromatic effect.  The flavor was exactly like the smell of fresh roses, and not artificial at all. The effects of this truffle came on in about an hour as well.

The white chocolate coating of these truffles stands in stark contrast to the blue skull that sits atop it.  The chocolate is rich and smooth, the jasmine flavor is soft and sensual.  This truffle is probably the most “dreamy” of the three.

Emporium Black has other flavors as well, including Brugmansia Bourbon Whiskey and Black Henbane Hazelnut.  I am sure that we can look forward to more fabulous creations!  These treats would be perfect in a group ritual setting.  They are the perfect size for individual consumption and are a great way to work with these plants whether you are new to the Poison Path or looking for a different way to work with already familiar plant spirits.

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Seamus (SHAY-mus) is a retired culinary artist, pastry chef, and chocolatier. He is an artist, occultist and visionary; combining delectable confectionery, […]

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