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  1. Domori Criollo Puertofino 25g Bar

    Domori Criollo Puertofino 25g Bar

    Dark Bittersweet 70% cacao, Venezuela
    Domori Criollo Line Puertofino Bar. A Criollo that has recently been recovered, and transformed into a challenge that inspired Domori to believe in its potential yield, resistance and structure. A success, represented by a harmonious blend of caramel, tobacco, walnuts, papaya, forest fruits, mushrooms and dates. 70% Cocoa, 0.9oz/25g net wt. Learn More
  2. Domori Trinitario Venezuela Bar

    Domori Trinitario Venezuela Bar 50g

    $6.75

    Dark Bittersweet 70% cacao, Venezuela

    Domori Trinitario Venezuela Bar.

    A cocoa obtained from different Criollo and Trinitario hybrids originating in the Venezuelan states of Merida, Trujillo, Tachira and Zulia south of Lake Maracaibo.

    Delicate and very fresh aroma with notes of almonds and coffee. Low acidity and astringency, fine, pronounced elegance and great persistence. 1.76oz/50g net wt.

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  3. Domori Criollo 70% Chuao 25g Bar

    Domori Criollo Chuao 25g Bar

    Dark Bittersweet 70% cacao
    2018 Academy of Chocolate Gold Winner

    Domori Criollo Line Chuao bar. Chuao is an ancient variety of Criollo that takes its name from the plantations and the Venezuelan peninsula where its genetic material was first identified, and then selected over the centuries. The beans are completely white, lending the chocolate incredible sweetness and roundness with notes of cream, honey and dried fruit. 70% Cocoa, 0.9oz/25g net wt.

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  4. Domori Ocumare 77 70% 25g Bar

    Domori Criollo Ocumare 77 70% 25g Bar

    $6.25

    Single-Plantation Venezuelan Criollo Cacao
    2018 Academy of Chocolate Bronze Winner

    Domori Ocumare 77 bar, made with cacao from the Hacienda San José, Venezuela.

    Easy to recognise among Ocumare beans thanks to its rough cabossa (flesh), the pure variety is cultivated very rarely, because the plant often grows empty beans inside the fruit.

    Notes of apricot jam, cream and dried fruit. Excellent roundedness and persistence, with low acidity and bitterness. 70% Cocoa, 0.9oz/25g net wt.

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