Seeds of Change (organic - kumbayah) has a dark chocolate and flakes of coconut bar:
And while also good, I enjoyed Seattle Chocolate's a bit more. The chocolate was creamier. But if you don't want the sea salt, this bar is an option.
This Lindt bar actually has a coconut filling and milk chocolate, so it is much sweeter than the other two:
Vosges has this neat little assortment of baby bars. I like this because sometimes you really don't want a whole ginormous bar. Especially when you may find you don't even like it!
Two of these bars involve coconut - the Woolloomooloo Bar - described as roasted and salted macadamia nuts, Indonesian coconut (not just any regular coconut, mind you), hemp seeds, and deep milk chocolate:
The other coconut bar is the Naga Bar - sweet Indian curry powder, coconut flakes, deep milk chocolate:
Vosges has great chocolate, but when you add curry - well, the chocolate doesn't matter as much.
Leave it to Lindt to go completely off the reservation and do a white chocolate and coconut bar:
You all know how I love Lindt, but this bar is not for me. Not because it's necessarily bad, but because milk and dark chocolate go so much better with coconut!
I'd have to say my favorite chocolate bar with coconut (where the main ingedient is chocolate, not a coated coconut) is the Seattle Chocolates bar - so creamy, with such a fantastic combination of flavors. And I LOVE the fabulous art deco wrapper!
Lindt's Chocoletti is kind of a hybrid with its coconut filling, but it's pretty great too.
I think the most exciting thing is the variety of choices and the creativity of all the chocolate makers. How great is that? I'm telling you, no matter how bad a day you have, at the end of it, if there's still chocolate out there, everything will be alright. And as long as there is a new chocolate bar to try, there's a reason to carry on!