Dark Tanzania 72,5%
Raw Organic Tanzania 72,5%
Tavolotta 1 Kg Kokoa Kamili
Coconut Blossom Sugar
The “I Cultivar” collection of Aruntam Sensory Chocolate, chocolate Made in Italy. Chocolate created with organic Tanzanian Trinitario cacao from Mbingu (Kiswahili for Heaven) in the Kilombero Valley, on the edges of the beautiful Udzungwa Mountains National Park. A rural area where Kokoa Kamili works with more than 2000 families of farmers for whom the small cacao plots are the main source of income. Coconut Blossom Sugar, which has a low glycemic index, is extracted from the variety Cocos Nucifera L. The farmers cut the coconut flower buds to stimulate the flower, then the sap drops are collected twice a day (morning and afternoon).
Ingredients: 72,5% min. Cacao. Organic cacao beans, organic coconut blossom sugar, organic cacao butter; Emulsifier: organic sunflower lecithin. May contain traces of nuts and milk. Raw= minimally processed.
Notes: balsamic freshness, with hints of vegetable notes. Marked creaminess, with intense notes of citrus, tropical- and red fruits, molasses, cream and flowers with a finish of nuts.
Certification: organic on request.
Size: 1 kg
Prodotti della stessa Collezione
Bio AlchechengiRead more
Organic Golden Berries
Organic dehydrated Golden Berries (Physalis alkekengi L.). This fruit has a characteristic sweet sour taste and is delicious to taste as a snack, or with your muesli, with yoghurt and in sweet or savoury dishes.
Bio Nibs Napo EcuadorRead more
Organic Nibs Amazonico Napo Ecuador 100%
Cacao Nibs from the “I Cultivar” collection of Aruntam Sensory Chocolate, made of the precious Curaray Amazonico Cacao, an aromatic Cacao from Archidona in the Napo region of the Ecuadorian Amazon forest. It comes from ancient trees, which grow in the “Chacras” the forest gardens of some native tribes. The highly diversified flora of the area enriches the aromatic quality of this cacao.
Arriba Nacional Ecuador 66%Read more
Arriba Nacional Ecuador 66%
Tavolotta 1 Kg
Precious Arriba Nacional cacao from Ecuador. It is said that, in the last century, the producers of good chocolate arrived from Europe to buy cacao. When they went to the port of Guayaquil, they asked the locals where to find the cacao so prized and the answer that was given was: “arriba… río Arriba“, which means “up by the river”. Thus was born the name of Cacao Arriba today synonymous with quality and great organoleptic richness.