If you call it ‘the rarest cocoa in the world’ on the packaging, then we ourselves immediately think of the many varieties of cocoa that are also rare and say … we doubt it a bit.
The fact is that Fortunato no. 4 cocoa is special and that a lot of delicious chocolates are made with this cocoa – we immediately think back to the first moment we tasted Fruition’s 68% dark milk chocolate – also made with this cocoa. And that Solkiki may take over the claims of their supplier, the people who grow the cocoa, we may not charge them. Read more at Marañonchocolate yourself.
Anyway, we stick to the facts and that is that this cocoa is made from the famous Fortunato # 4 cocoa grown in Peru and that Solkiki makes this chocolate from only cocoa and cane sugar, so without added cocoa butter.
A powerful (sour) taste sensation, or as Solkiki says: Don’t expect bitterness. Bright floral taste tones. Many people cover honey or dried fruit and raisins in this chocolate with two ingredients. We hope you enjoy this chocolate as much as we do in discovering its secrets “
You can read an extensive review here at Foodaholics. “beautiful in structure, melts nicely and the taste is fantastic and lingers for a long time.
Soon also for sale: the variant of this chocolate with identical cocoa but then added cocoa butter. As soon as this is available we will place a link so that you can order both of them at the same time, nice comparison material! This way you can perfectly see how the amount of cocoa butter influences the taste.
Ingredients: Cocoa beans, cane sugar.
Vegan. May contain traces of soy, nuts and gluten.
Awards: Won silver in the European semi-finals of the International Chocolate Awards in 2016 & 2017.