Handmade milk chocolate from an original late 1800s recipe - rich and delicious! As for chocolate history - start with the nibs direct from the tree, ground into a hearty drink by the ancient Olmecs, Maya and Aztecs. Jump ahead a bit and the North American Colonists were drinking a version of the ancient beverage - especially when boycotting British tea. About 100 years later Daniel Peters, a Swiss chocolatier, developed milk chocolate with a pharmacist neighbor - Henri Nestle. Today a version of Peters' chocolate is in an early "kiss" called the Wilbur Bud and this chocolate stack! Around that time, the Quakers of England developed a flat candy bar...and universe of candy possibility unfolded. A stack of two, tied with a keepsake tag AND a card with an historic image on one side and a timeline of chocolate on the other.