Looks like Amazon stopped carrying the 88% (Endangered Species) chocolate bars that I was previously buying. They were only $2.40/bar using S&S. Any suggestions for what to replace them with? The supermarket sells them for $3/bar and that seems to be the cheapest option compared to anywhere online. I look for minimally processed chocolate to retain the antioxidants, low sugar (this one was 5g/.5 bar), and no dairy. I would like to be under $3 per bar including shipping. I recently tasted some Taza chocolate and it's fantastic but cheapest is about $4/bar.
If it's for eating as is, Green and Blacks can be inexpensive at big box stores or co-op sales. Dagoba and Scharffen Berger are brands I like too.
If you're cooking with it (coffee or hot chocolate) I switched over to raw cacao powder. It blends better and I end up using less so it's more economical.
I get Dagoba myself. I am satisfied with eating a tiny bit at a time, so a bar lasts me all week. Pairs well with red wine. :) I've noticed Aldi as very high % dark chocolate and it's pretty good! It's German, and I can't recall the brand. I got the 85% and it was excellent.
I eat Ghirardelli 100% cacao baking bars from the grocery store. They're cheap because they are baking chocolate, but for that reason nobody will ever call them "fantastic." They get the job done when you need chocolate, though. Ghirardelli is the best tasting 100%, in my opinion.
It looks like amazon still carries it!