Yes, a fairly famous area, the Maranon valley in Peru. As well-known cocoa beans more often used by excellent chocolate makers from the ‘bean to bar scene’. And also Feitoria do Cacao knows how to make a beautiful dark chocolate in Portugal.
For the story about the bean and the area you can certainly also take a look here at the makers.
They say about the taste: Elegant, complex. Starts with a very fragrant aroma of orange flower, sandalwood and muscat grapes and fills the taste palette with hints of fortified wine, earl gray and a creaminess with a very deep and long aftertaste. An extremely fascinating and even highly surprising taste.
Ingredients: cocoa beans (Peru), cane sugar, cocoa butter.