Monovarietal 70% dark chocolate bars coming from Domori’s plantations in Africa and South America are perfect for discovering the origins of Domori fine cacao.
Colombia - Teyuna
Chocolate made from Trinitario type cocoa, which bears in its name the charm and mystery of ancient Teyuna. Teyuna is the "lost city" of the Indians, brought to light by archaeologists in 1976 in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Maria, in Colombia. Teyuna is a fark chocolate with a rare sweetness and finesse, with notes of cashew and honey aftertaste, pure goodness from the region of Terralta.
Tasting notes: sweet cocoa, with notes of caramel, cashews and ripe fruits.
Ecuador - Arriba
Dark chocolate Aribba is the best to savour the true essence of Ecuador cocoa Arriba, one of the world's most popular cocoa varieties. Cocoa is from the Hacienda Victoria in Ecuador engaged in the cultivation of aromatic cocoa while preserving the Arriba national variety.
Tasting notes: extraordinary roundness and aromatic notes of dried fruit, white flowers and spices.
Madagascar - Sambirano
Sambirano is a dark chocolate bar with pleasant fruity aromatic notes made with a variety of Trinitario cocoa from the valley of the Sambirano river on the island of Java in Madagascar.
Tasting notes: red fruits, cashews, pepper and cinnamon, accompanied by a pleasant acidity —sweet and round, extraordinary persistence.
Peru - Apurimac
Apurimac is delicate dark chocolate with a fresh taste, making it a sought-after protagonist in Haute pastry productions and cocktails. Taste of social redemption, with Trinitario cocoa coming from local producers in Peru native to the Apurimac River, in the southern part of the country.
Tasting notes: notes of flowers, caramel and cream.
Tanzania - Morogoro
Morogoro is fantastic dark chocolate made with extraordinary cacao from a small region in Tanzania. Chocolate with a strong character and an aromatic profile in which an immediate primary note of cocoa stands out. Cocoa is harvested by the Kokoa Kamili cooperative, which is committed to raising its cocoa quality.
Tasting notes: dominant notes of cocoa and spices with a fruity finish.
Venezuela - Sur del Lago
Dark chocolate from Venezuela, the land considered the world's high-quality cocoa capital. Sur del Lago is dark chocolate with notes of fruit and nuts and supreme chocolate aftertaste. This dark chocolate is made from different cocoa hybrids from Merida, Trujillo, Tachira and Zulia south of Lake Maracaibo in Venezuela.
Tasting notes: Chocolate with a delicate and very fresh aroma with notes of almonds and coffee. Low acidity and astringency, great finesse and elegance and long persistence!
Net weight: 50 g
Storage notes: Keep it in a cool, dry, odourless location at a temperature between 14° and 20°C.
Ingredients: 70% cocoa mass, 30% sugar cane.
Allergens: It may contain traces of milk, soya and nuts.