In the 60s, many candymakers were creating pieces affectionately known as "clean up the kitchen" items. Quite simply, they would make items using the bits and pieces left over from other items. They were fun, different, tasty, but never the same. My dad opted to make a simple version of these. The result was something he liked to call Heavenly Hash. I never knew how he decided on the name, but back then, there were lots of smiles and darting glances when customers would ask for a pound of hash. On more than one occassion we had members of the NYPD asking innocently for some hash, and leaving with big grins.
Available in Milk of Dark Chocolate.