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  1. Michel Cluizel Noir au Cafe Bar - 70g

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    Michel Cluizel Café Grand Cru Guayas D'Equateur Bar - 70g

    Dark Chocolate with Pure Mexican Coffee, 70% Cacao
    High-altitudes and the particularly widespread use of organic farming on the plains of Chiapas imbue its coffee beans with rich aromas and a distinctive flavor discernible by true connoisseurs. These are blended into dark chocolate made from 70% Grand Cru Guayas cocoa from Ecuador, generating notes of roasted cocoa and bringing the taste to an exhilarating vegetal and fruity finish. Net Wt. 70g/2.46oz. Learn More
  2. Michel Cluizel Écorces d'Orange Grand Cru Guayas d'Équateur Bar - 100g

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    Michel Cluizel Écorces d'Orange Grand Cru Guayas d'Équateur Bar - 100g

    Dark Chocolate bar with Orange Peel, 70% Cocoa.
    Orange peels, meticulously selected for their flavorful essence and aroma, express tangy, authentic notes backed by 70% dark Grand Cru Guayas chocolate from Ecuador, sweeping you away on a veritable taste adventure. Net wt.: 100g/3.5oz Learn More
  3. Honeymoon Chocolates Dark Raspberry 70% Cacao Chocolate Bar - 2.2oz

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

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    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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