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Pralus

The Pralus tradition of excellence began in a French patisserie opened by Auguste Pralus in 1948. His son, François, expanded on this tradition in 1991 by venturing into the world of gourmet chocolate. He searched the cocoa growing regions of the world to find the best Criollo, Trinitario and Forestero cocoas. François Pralus (pronounced Pră‑loose) then created his own chocolate from the beans, achieving the peak of flavor and aroma. The result is the Pralus chocolate we now offer, taking you on a journey of unique taste through the world of chocolate and cocoas.

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  1. Pralus Djakarta Bar 100g

    Pralus Djakarta Bar 100g

    Dark 75% cacao, Indonesia
    Fresh and subtle, woody aroma with wild mushrooms, slightly acid and long on the palate. Cocoa origin: Indonesia. 75% Cocoa, 100g/3.5oz. Learn More
  2. Pralus Indonesie Bar 100g

    Pralus Indonesie Bar 100g

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    Dark 75% cacao, Single-Origin.
    Fresh and subtle, woody aroma with wild mushrooms, slightly acid and long on the palate. Cocoa origin: Indonesia. 75% Cocoa, 100g/3.5oz. Learn More
  3. Pralus Melissa Bar 100g

    Pralus Melissa Bar 100g

    Milk 45% cacao, Indonesia. Well balanced, vanilla and caramel aromas
    Good aromatic intensity, well balanced, vanilla and caramel aromas, milk and milky spices. Origin: Indonesia. 45% Cocoa, 100g/3.5oz. Learn More
  4. Pralus Papouasie Bar 100g

    Pralus Papouasie Bar 100g

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    Dark 75% cacao, Single-Origin.
    Persistent aroma, cacao, fruity, slightly acid. Cocoa origin: Papua New Guinea. 75% Cocoa, 100g/3.5oz. Learn More
  5. Pralus Vanuatu Bar 100g

    Pralus Vanuatu Bar 100g

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    Dark 75% cacao, Vanuatu. This cocoa has spicy, smoked, and mild tobacco notes.
    Pralus Vanuato Bar. The cocoa for this bar comes from the West Coast of the Island of Epi, in the island chain of Vanuatu. The cocoa produces spicy, smoked, chewy tobacco notes. 85 farmers produce the annual 3 tons of cocoa, primarily Amelonado (a forastero variety). The unique taste of this chocolate comes from drying the beans on copra mats giving a hint of smokiness. The taste is very long on the palate. Cocoa origin: Vanuato. 75% Cocoa, 100g/3.5oz. Learn More

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