Dark milk chocolate made with Criollo cocoa beans from Peru, grown by the Awajun population. With coffee from hand-picked Arabica ground coffee beans from Colombia.
30% cocoa is on the package, but then it is only about the cocoa beans, not the added cocoa butter. Normally chocolate makers include cocoa butter in the percentage. The way Chocolate Makers do it is actually so honest. In the supermarket this would probably be called a 58% milk chocolate
About the cocoa
The cocoa of this bar is grown by the Awajun Indians. The Awajun are traditional hunters and gatherers and live in the jungle of the Amazon rainforest in the north-east of Peru. Cocoa originates from the rainforests of the Amazon. This Criollo cocoa comes directly from the birth ground of the cocoa.
With the income from this organic cocoa, the Awajun Indians can earn a living and are not forced to earn money by selling or cutting wood for agriculture and animal husbandry. This bar contributes to the preservation of the tropical rainforest and the development of sustainable cultivation of cocoa.
About the coffee:
“The organic coffee comes from CooAgroNevada, a women’s coffee cooperative from the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta nature reserve, Colombia and is grown at an altitude of 1,600 meters.
The coffee beans for this bar are taken by wind and weather from the Colombia with the sailing ship Tres Hombres and brought to the quay of Amsterdam. ”
Ingredients: 30% cocoa beans, 18% cocoa butter, 31% sugar, 19.5% milk powder and 1.5% coffee.
All ingredients are from organic cultivation. The bar weighs 90 grams and is packed in wax paper printed with bio ink.
Allergy note of the makers:
Allergy note: may contain traces of lactose/milk and nuts.