Craft Chocolates by The Hazy Camper

Published on December 1, 2023 by David Wylie

The Hazy Camper are shown Photo: Jenny Neufeld/the oz.

The Hazy Camper makes great chocolates.

They have a number of different flavours out now, including two seasonal ones. Having enjoyed their Black Forest Chocolate, I had no hesitations picking up Hazy Mint, Vivacious Orange, and Calming Cranberry.

Hazy Mint is my favourite one. It’s reminiscent to chocolate mint Girl Guide cookies. The dark chocolate and mint are in perfect balance.

Calming Cranberry is a close second. The sharp bitterness of the dark chocolate mellows with the chewy sweetness of the cranberry. The cranberries and chocolate offset each other well. It’s infused with Beta-Caryophyllene.

Vivacious Orange was good. The fruit on the back is a bit clumsy and gets stuck in your teeth, but the flavour is there and texture is mostly enjoyable. It’s infused with Limonene.

The effect from the 10mg THC punches up compared to others.

The round chocolates are  stamped with The Hazy Camper’s quartered logo, with a trailer, campfire, compass, and sunshine. It’s not just a pretty design, it’s also functional—helping break the chocolate into four equal parts.

I’ll continue to try new varieties of The Hazy Camper and recommend picking them up yourself.

The fair-trade chocolates cost about $5.