I first learned about Dagoba organic brand chocolate when a lavender-flavored Dagoba chocolate bar was given out as a favor at a birthday party I attended. The lavender-flavored chocolate bar was totally delicious (I savored it), although since it was the size of a regular candy bar, I avoided buying any additional ones. However, I often saw Dagoba bars in the chocolate aisle at Whole Foods, where I wishfully examined all the interesting and yummy sounding flavors (like lime, mint, and mon cherri) that Dagoba makes (without actually buying them).
Then, on one lucky day, I happened to see a small Dagoba chocolate bar over by the checkout counter called a Dagoba tasting square (note: it was not with the Dagoba bars in the chocolate aisle). The one I bought (and have continued to buy) is called "Pacuare" and has 68% cocoa content, combined with sugar, cocoa butter, and soy lecithin (and is gluten-free). Although the Dagoba Tasting Square does not have calorie information, the bar is labeled as being 9g (~50% bigger than the Trader Joes chocolate wedge). And, the tasting chocolate bar is totally delicious, just as I would have expected based on the other Dagoba chocolates I had eaten.
I have yet to find the Dagoba Tasting Square calorie information elsewhere on the Internet, but I've done my own *estimation*. Based on the calorie statsitics from their other 59% cocoa bars (so this estimate *should* be on the conservative side), I estimate that the 9g Dagoba Tasting Sqaure has approximately 50 calories, 2.8g of fat, and .96g of fiber -- making it one weight watchers point, and certainly something reasonable to add to your daily routine if you love dark chocolate. Remember, I can't guarantee this calculation, but it should be a legitimate estimate.
Dagoba organic dark chocolate tasting squares come in a few different varieties, based on where the cocoa beans come from (Costa Rica, Madagascar, Ecuador, and Peru). The "Pacuare" flavor that I absolutely love is the one from Costa Rica.