A little brother to ‘Gusta’. The chocolate makers of Coup de Chocolat from Antwerp made another chocolate from cocoa from Colombia, previously from the Sierra de Nevada area, now from Tumaco in Southern Colombia.
This 72% cocoa dark chocolate (cocoa, and cane sugar, nothing more) has a flavor profile that is described by the makers as:
Spicy: Vanilla and Coffee
And again – multinational-free chocolate. We keep finding a description that is quite nice to put on your packaging. They also put a ‘stiff-head chocolate for unstiffened tongues’ on it. That might be more of a standard thing to say in Belgium.
Ingredients: cocoa 72%, cane sugar.
Free from gluten and allergens.
A small chocolate (45 grams) in which you can taste the small scale, and the attention to taste, fair trade. We don’t just say that, the cocoa comes to Amsterdam by sailing ship and from there Coup de Chocolat cycles the cocoa with a large group of cyclists to their chocolate factory in Belgium. Yes, fair chocolate and bicycle transport, that’s the combination. We think it’s great that this bond is so close. And since we are also very happy with both chocolate and bicycles, we are completely behind it.