Amazonas. The name conjures images of something wild, and in this case, it is how this cacao grows. Awajan natives harvest this fruit from deep in the jungle, using wooden tools to avoid any damage to the fresh beans. The genetics of this bean have yet to be identified since it grows naturally, but the rich flavors of blackberry (& blueberry?) and fresh cream shine in this bar. We invite you to take a walk on the wild side. ALTERNATE: Amazonas. The name conjures images of something wild, which is how this cacao grows. Awajan natives from deep in the Peruvian Jungles harvest this fruit, using wooden tools to avoid any damage to the fresh beans. Rich flavors of blackberry and fresh cream shine in this bar. We invite you to Taste Wild Peru!
Taste Artisan Chocolate utilizes traditional chocolate making methods and modern technologies to craft chocolate that showcases the extraordinary flavor range of the world's best cacao.
Del Oro In the foothills of the Andes stands a small cacao farm. Here the wealth of Ecuador's wild and cultivated cacaos grow surrounded by fragrant orange and lemon groves....
Palo Santo (Cultivagro) Origin: Ecuador Genotype: Profile: Aroma: Notes: Ingredients: Cacao, Organic Cane Sugar, Organic Cocoa Butter, Organic Vanilla Bean
Piura Some of the rarest genotypes of Heirloom cacao grow white. This bar is created using some of those rare white beans. Note the unique color and enjoy notes of...
Made from the flavorful husks of Heirloom cacao beans, Coleman & Davis Cacao Tea is a rich, healthy alternative to coffee, and other teas. Our tea is rich in antioxidants, is mildly caffeinated and contains...