Goat milk chocolate? Yes, and also from Soeka.
Bean to bar chocolate makers from Berg en Dal. Do nice things with cocoa from Indonesia. Direct trade, supporting the cocoa farmers, making the world a little better. And then they also keep goats at Soeka. You see very often in Indonesia walking around, also on the cocoa plantations where they are fed the leaves. And of course, those goats give milk, and why not make goat milk chocolate out of it? Yes, why not.
Sukkah means to love in Indonesian. And Guus and Lisa van Soeka love chocolate. And from Indonesia. And also goats.
Cocoa bought directly from the Indonesian farmer and made bean to bar chocolate. Local in Berg en Dal – otherwise the first bars were made on the machines of Mesjokke in Nieuwegein – Soeka is still starting up. They also received the prize for ‘the best idea of Berg en Dal’ as a big encouragement, so you can count on them to manufacture the chocolates from bean to bars in the municipality where your chocolate vendors are located. Fun, nice fun.
Oh and then there is also special palm sugar used. You can read more about the ingredients on the website of Soeka.
Ingredients: 34.5% cocoa beans, arenga palm sugar, goat milk powder, cocoa butter.
Allergy note of the maker: product contains lactose. Made at a location where soya and milk (lactose) are processed.