dagoba


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dagoba

(ˈdɑːɡəbə; ˈdɑːɡəbɑː) or

dagaba

n
(Architecture) a dome-shaped shrine containing relics of the Buddha or a Buddhist saint
[C19: from Sinhalese dāgoba, from Sanskrit dhātugarbha containing relics]
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DAGOBA Organic Chocolate Xocolatl Drinking Chocolate with Chilies and Cinnamon
Hershey also offers premium chocolate products, primarily in the United States, through the Scharffen Berger and Dagoba Organic Chocolate brands.
Devout Buddhists, both he and his wife Shirani - always by his side sharing his passion for community service - built a Dagoba for the rural community of Nakulugamuwa, in a remote corner of the Matara district.
We are offering a 'Party in a Box' kit of four different chocolates, along with a guide educating consumers on how to pick the right wine in advance," said Susie Burch, senior brand manager for Scharffen Berger and Dagoba, based in Hershey, Pa.
Over the past decade or more, the premium chocolate business has become fiercely competitive, as an ever-larger roster of specialty chocolate bar makers - Theo Chocolate, Dagoba, Equal Exchange, Endangered Species Chocolate and the like - have vied for limited grocery store shelf space.
The tree points to the gleaming white dome of the Katukuliya temple, a Buddhist dagoba nestled in the verdant vegetation of a hill separated from the estate by a thin sliver of lake.
Dagoba Organic Chocolate announced that its complete line of USDA Certified organic chocolate products will be made with cocoa beans from Rainforest Alliance Certified farms.
He says his signature tracks are Rambla, Wicked Fortress, Another Day, Dagoba and 3D-Lovers and he continues to write, produce and remix.
Besides Honest Tea, Burt's Bees (which sold to Clorox) and Ben & Jerry's (now part of Unilever), the list includes such brands as Cascadian Farms (General Mills), Kashi (Kellogg), Stonyfield Farm (Groupe Danone), Tom's of Maine (Colgate-Palmolive), Naked Juice (PepsiCo), Dagoba Chocolate (Hershey's), Green & Black's (Kraft Foods), The Body Shop (L'Oreal) and Silk soymilk (Dean Foods).
But the payoff is grand: I sit down to cumin-grilled Tawanda Farms lamb chops with apricot-jalapeno chutney, assorted Oregon cheeses, fruit, eggplant puree, green olive tapenade, cucumber salad, and red pepper relish with wontons and flatbread; followed by pan-seared king salmon with Oregon wasabi-thyme aioli, lemongrass couscous, and ginger-citrus slaw; and finally topped off with Dagoba chocolate s'mores with homemade marshmallows--each course paired with wine.
I once bartered several packaged bars of dark chocolate I had retrieved from the Dagoba factory Dumpster in exchange for a yoga class.