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  1. Sol Cacao Colombia Dark 70% Chocolate Bar - 1.86oz

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    Sol Cacao Colombia Dark 70% Chocolate Bar - 1.86oz

    Dark, 70% cacao, Single Origin
    Single Estate San Pablo de Borbur, Colombia beans. Notes of caramel, earthy, and vanilla. 70% cacao. Net wt. 52.7g/1.86oz. Learn More
  2. Crow & Moss Colombia Aruaca Chocolate Bar - 70g

    Crow & Moss Colombia Aruaca Chocolate Bar - 70g

    Dark Single-Origin Chocolate made with Colombian cacao. 70% cacao.
    From the Aruaca River Basin on the border with Venezuala, the farm is owned and run by a second-generation cacao grower named Elizabeth Agudelo. It’s a highly approachable chocolate with a round, full flavor profile, with notes of nectarine, honeysuckle, and cashew. 70% cacao. Net wt. 70g / 2.5oz. Learn More
  3. Crow & Moss Brazilian Santos Coffee Chocolate Bar - 70g

    Crow & Moss Brazilian Santos Coffee Chocolate Bar - 70g

    Chocolate infused with Brazilian coffee. 67% cacao.
    Coffee from the Santos region of southern Brazil blended with Colombian Aruaca cacao.The coffee is dried within the coffee cherry, which deeply infuses the beans with a rich, fruity flavor that pairs especially well with the stone-fruit sweetness of the chocolate. 67% cacao. Net wt. 70g / 2.5oz. Learn More
  4. Honeymoon Chocolates Colombia 77% Cacao Dark Chocolate Bar - 2.2oz

    Honeymoon Chocolates Colombia 77% Cacao Dark Chocolate Bar - 2.2oz

    Single-origin Colombian cacao dark chocolate bar.

    Crafted from Sierra Nevada cacao grown in a harmonious place near the Caribbean coast of Colombia. Cacao Hunters has worked closely with 13 farming families to develop biodiverse cacao agroforestry, and a prosperous way of life alternative to the degenerative monocropping of bananas that is prevalent in this part of the country. Farmers’ degree of technical expertise really stands out as exceptional: farmers are even running their own pollination trials to improve quality and yields, which are currently around 700 Kg/hectare in the region. In addition to excellent growing and processing practices, the cacao from Sierra Nevada tastes delicious.

    Tasting notes: Cranberry, coffee, lemon, pecan.

    Net wt. 2.2oz / 62g.

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  5. Guittard Guittard Quevedo Ecuador 72% Cacao Bittersweet Chocolate Wafers

    Guittard Quevedo Ecuador 72% Cacao Bittersweet Chocolate Wafers - 25Lb box

    $339.75

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    Single Origin, Bittersweet 72% cacao
    Guittard's Quevedo Ecuador 72% Cacao Bittersweet Chocolate Wafers are part of their Single Origin offerings. Guittard Ecuador is made with cacao from Hacienda Rancho Grande in Vinces. The chocolate has a nutty flavor with notes of roasted stone fruit, tobacco and tea tannins, balanced with a touch of astringency and a mild acid finish. Additional floral notes consisting of hints of dried cherries and bananas complement a flavorful chocolate base. Net wt. 11.34 Kg / 25 lb. Learn More
  6. Crow & Moss Ecuador Camino Verde Chocolate Bar - 70g

    Crow & Moss Ecuador Camino Verde Chocolate Bar - 70g

    Dark Single-Origin Chocolate made with Ecuadoran cacao. 70% cacao.

    Camino Verde is a privately owned fermentary located in Duran, just minutes outside Guayaquil, Ecuador. Owner Vicente Norero sources the organic beans on a nearby 381-hectare cocoa estate which he previously owned and managed. He puts his background in microbiology to use with his innovative approach to fermentation, using enzymes and inoculants to achieve unique and exceptional flavors in his beans.

    The moment you tear open the bag, you'll inhale the deep floral aroma of this bar. The texture is fudgy and rich, giving way to deep, earthy flavors like roasted nuts and a lingering, malty finish.

    Tasting Notes: fudge, toasted almond, black tea.

    Net wt. 70g / 2.5oz.

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  7. Guittard Guittard Quevedo Ecuador 72% Cacao Bittersweet Chocolate Wafers

    Guittard Quevedo Ecuador 72% Cacao Bittersweet Chocolate Wafers - 1 Kg Bag

    $32.90

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    Single Origin, Bittersweet 72% cacao, repackaged.
    No soy ingredients, may contain traces.
    Guittard's Quevedo Ecuador 72% Cacao Bittersweet Chocolate Wafers are part of their Single Origin offerings. Guittard Ecuador is made with cacao from Hacienda Rancho Grande in Vinces. The chocolate has a nutty flavor with notes of roasted stone fruit, tobacco and tea tannins, balanced with a touch of astringency and a mild acid finish. Additional floral notes consisting of hints of dried cherries and bananas complement a flavorful chocolate base. 1 Kg / 2.2lb recloseable bag, repackaged by Chocosphere. Learn More
  8. Sol Cacao Ecuador Dark 70% Chocolate Bar - 1.86oz

    Sol Cacao Ecuador Dark 70% Chocolate Bar - 1.86oz

    Dark, 70% cacao, Single Origin
    Single Estate Ecuadorian beans from Cedeño Farm. Coffee notes, spice, earthy. 70% cacao. Net wt. 52.7g/1.86oz. Learn More
  9. Ritual Chocolate Ecuador Camino Verde 75% Chocolate Bar

    Ritual Chocolate Ecuador Camino Verde 75% Chocolate Bar 60g

    Careful sourcing of Nacional cacao from a multitude of growers, give this chocolate its distinguishable, rich, chocolatey flavor.
    75% cacao
    2018 Academy of Chocolate Bronze Winner

    Made with cacao that is carefully fermented and dried by Vicente Norero of Camino Verde in Ecuador. Vicente's unique fermentation techniques, along with his careful sourcing of Nacional cacao from a multitude of growers, give this chocolate its distinguishable, rich, chocolatey flavor. 60g / 2.12 oz per bar.

    Tasting Notes: Graham Cracker, Honey, and Fudge.

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  10. Ritual Chocolate Ecuador Camino Verde Chocolate Bar

    Ritual Chocolate Ecuador Camino Verde 85% Chocolate Bar 60g

    Careful sourcing of Nacional cacao from a multitude of growers, give this chocolate its distinguishable, rich, chocolatey flavor.
    85% cacao

    Made with cacao that is carefully fermented and dried by Vicente Norero of Camino Verde in Ecuador. Vicente's unique fermentation techniques, along with his careful sourcing of Nacional cacao from a multitude of growers, give this chocolate its distinguishable, rich, chocolatey flavor. 60g / 2.12 oz per bar.

    Tasting Notes: Honey & Fudge.

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  11. Sol Cacao Peru Dark 70% Chocolate Bar - 1.86oz

    Sol Cacao Peru Dark 70% Chocolate Bar - 1.86oz

    Dark, 70% cacao, Single Origin
    Single Origin Peruvian beans fron Oro Verde. Sweet floral notes, as well as flavor notes of almonds and walnut. Please note that the chocolate does not contain nuts. 70% cacao. Net wt. 52.7g/1.86oz. Learn More
  12. Ritual Chocolate Peru Drinking Chocolate - 8oz

    Ritual Chocolate Peru Drinking Chocolate - 8oz

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    Single Origin Peruvian-Cacao Drinking Chocolate. Just pure ground chocolate!
    Ritual Chocolate's drinking chocolates are pure artisanally made ground chocolate as in their chocolate bars, but un-tempered for easier melting when making your beverage. Made with pure Nacional cacao, the Peru chocolate is as complex as it is delicate and smooth. This cacao is exceptionally high in cacao butter, which makes this chocolate extra smooth and creamy. Net wt. 8oz / 226g, 75% cacao. Learn More
  13. Honeymoon Chocolates Dark Raspberry 70% Cacao Chocolate Bar - 2.2oz

    Honeymoon Chocolates Dark Raspberry 70% Cacao Chocolate Bar - 2.2oz

    Single-origin Peruvian cacao dark chocolate bar, flavored with raspberries.

    70% Ucayali River Peruvian Cacao with Pure Raspberries and Raw Honey. While the 70% Peru base boasts strong flavors of strawberries, this bar has an additional raspberry zing.

    Ucayali River Cacao is a central fermentary that works with cocoa farmers along the Ucayali River outside of the Peruvian city of Pucallpa. The region has historically been afflicted with unrest from narco-trafficking and the presence of the Shining Path militant group. Ucayali River Cacao has partnered with USAID and Alianza Peru to give local farmers access to an alternate market to cocaine. Working with around 400 smallholder farmers with one to three hectares of land each, Ucayali River Cacao buys wet cacao at a premium price. They have worked with Daniel O’Doherty of Cacao Services to hone their fermenting and drying processes. There are three groups of cacao that can be found in the Ucayali region: various Trinitario clones, CCN-51 and what the locals call “comun”. The comun varieties are similar to Trinitario, lower in bitterness and astringency. Ucayali River Cacao purchases only the comun and Trinitario clone varieties. (meridiancacao.com)

    Net wt. 2.2oz / 62g.

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  14. Guittard Guittard Machu Picchu Peru 66% Cacao Bittersweet Chocolate Wafers

    Guittard Machu Picchu Peru 66% Cacao Bittersweet Chocolate Wafers - 25Lb box

    $339.75

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    Single Origin, Bittersweet 66% cacao
    Guittard's Machu Picchu Peru 66% Cacao Bittersweet Chocolate Wafers are part of their Single Origin offerings. Guittard Peru is made with cacao from the Oro Verde Cooperative in Lamas, San Martin. The chocolate has a bright, fruity flavor with notes of red fruit & unripe mango, underlain with a lingering floral essence. Net wt. 11.34 Kg / 25 lb. Learn More
  15. Honeymoon Chocolates Peru 70% Cacao Dark Chocolate Bar - 2.2oz

    Honeymoon Chocolates Peru 70% Cacao Dark Chocolate Bar - 2.2oz

    Single-origin Peruvian cacao dark chocolate bar.

    A masterful blend of 70% Ucayali River Peruvian Cacao and Raw Honey. It required over 5 years to craft a recipe worthy of the Honeymoon Chocolates name! The current harvest being roasted is the Early 2020 bean- bursting with fruit and fudge notes.

    Ucayali River Cacao is a central fermentary that works with cocoa farmers along the Ucayali River outside of the Peruvian city of Pucallpa. The region has historically been afflicted with unrest from narco-trafficking and the presence of the Shining Path militant group. Ucayali River Cacao has partnered with USAID and Alianza Peru to give local farmers access to an alternate market to cocaine. Working with around 400 smallholder farmers with one to three hectares of land each, Ucayali River Cacao buys wet cacao at a premium price. They have worked with Daniel O’Doherty of Cacao Services to hone their fermenting and drying processes. There are three groups of cacao that can be found in the Ucayali region: various Trinitario clones, CCN-51 and what the locals call “comun”. The comun varieties are similar to Trinitario, lower in bitterness and astringency. Ucayali River Cacao purchases only the comun and Trinitario clone varieties. (meridiancacao.com)

    Tasting notes: Fresh strawberry, caramel, fudge.

    Net wt. 2.2oz / 62g.

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