Perù Dark Chocolate Bar 70% - 50g
A 50 g chocolate bar with a taste of social redemption, with Trinitario cocoa coming from local producers in Perù.
Native to the Apurimac River, in southern Perù. A hybrid created recently, with notes of flowers, caramel and cream. Very delicate with a discreet acidity and a freshness of taste that makes it a sought-after protagonist in high pastry productions and cocktails.
A delicate freshness and a moderate acidity enrich the sensorial profile of this cocoa from the hinterland of Perù and grown in the lands embraced between the Ucayali and Marañon rivers. It is along the Rio Ucayali that the first European contact with South American cocoa was recorded and it is among the generous waterways of Peru that the wildest cradle of cocoa could reside: precisely these lands could be the origin of all species of Theobroma, the cocoa plant, existing.
The Single Origin of Perù has the flavor of social redemption: the Trinitario cocoa selected by Domori comes from the crops of the Sumaqao cooperative, which groups together small local producers who have been marginalized and redeemed thanks to the cultivation of cocoa in three main areas, Vrae, Ayacucho and San Martin.
Type of cultivation: Trinitario hybrid with a strong presence of Criollo.
Country and region of origin: Perù, with two main geographical centers - the valleys of the Ucayali and Marañon rivers, which flow into the Amazon River. The production areas are divided into 5 Regions: VRAE, Ayacucho, Cuzco, Junin, Ucayali and San Martin.
Tasting notes: Very delicate with moderate acidity and a freshness of taste which makes it a sought-after protagonist in haute patisserie productions and cocktails.
Ingredients: Peru cocoa paste (70%), sugar cane (30%). It may contain traces of soy, milk and nuts.
Pack size: 11,5x11,5x1,5 cm
Storage notes: The product must be stored in a cool, dry, odourless place at a temperature between 14 ° and 20 ° C.
Nutritional facts per 100g:
|Energy||Kcal : 559 - KJ .2322|
|- of which saturated||14.0 g|
|- of which sugars||30.0 g|