Grown, harvested, fermented and dried at the Montserrat Cocoa Farmer's Co-operative Society in the fertile "chocolate soil" of the Gran Couva region of Trinidad. This region plays a very important part in modern chocolate because it was here that the second most prevalent strain, Trinitario, was born. It was the result of a mid-15th century weather event, or perhaps a pest infestation or mold.
Bean Origin: Gran Couva, Trinidad
Ingredients: 2 - Cocoa Beans, Cane Sugar
Cocoa Content: 70%
Allergy Information: We do not put anything besides cacao and cane sugar through our machines. There is no soy or nut product in any of our products.
Tasting Notes: Earthy, with black olive notes. The flavors are released with an effect not unlike a truffle, filling not just your mouth but your whole face with flavor. It is as though the lengthy flavor profile permeates your entire head. If you eat more, you will dream the flavor.