Dark Piura 72,5%
Raw Chocolate Piura Peru 72,5%
Tavolotta 1 Kg
Coconut Blossom Sugar
From the collection “I Cultivar” by Aruntam Sensory Chocolate Made in Italy. Dark chocolate created with Nacional Albino single origin cacao from Piura Peru, a cacao with a very high percentage of albino (white) cacao beans, among the rarest in the world. On the northern coast of the country there is, next to the border with Ecuador, the region of Piura, where a cacao of Nacional genetics grows: the Cacao Blanco de Piura, the name comes from the fact that the cacao beans are completely white, because they do not contain anthocyanins. 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. Its harmonious fullness is due to notes of cream, honey, stewed prunes, exotic fruit and molasses with hints of flower and nuts.
Certification: organic on request.
Size: 1 kg
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