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Ideal boxed case to discover the origins of Domori’s cacao. Small chocolate bites coming from Perù, Colombia, Ecuador, Madagascar, Tanzania,...
From the Colombian region of Tierralta, this variety of Trinitario possesses hints of caramel, cashews and ripe fruits. Elegant, aromatic chocolate.
The napolitains are packaged in a 100 g bag, containing about 21 pieces. Each single square is 3.3 x 3.3 cm in size and weighs 4.7 g.
A Trinitarian cacao whose name carries the charm and the mystery of the ancient Teyuna, the "lost city" of the Indios brought to light by archaeologists in 1976 in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Colombia. Rare sweetness and finesse, with notes of cashew nuts and a honey after-taste.
Ingredients: Colombia cocoa nibs, sugar cane. It may contains traces of milk, soy and nuts.
Weight: 100g with each Napolitain 4.7g.
Storage notes: the product must be stored in a cool, dry, odorless location at a temperature between 14° and 20°C.
Nutritional facts per 100g:
|Energy||Kcal : 561.5 - KJ .2334|
|- of which saturated||14.0 g|
|- of which sugars||29.0 g|