Labooko - Dark Chocolate - Madagascar 75%

Zotter
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A chocolate premiere: dark, fine chocolate produced from the very first organic and fair-trade cocoa in Madagascar!

Cocoa from Madagascar is in great demand worldwide. It is also rare, as Madagascar produces the best African cocoa by a mile. Finally, now, this wonderful island's noble cocoa is available in organic and fair trade quality.

This cocoa is cultivated in the legendary Sambirano Valley, Madagascar's main cocoa-growing region, where there are a few big plantations, but also many small cocoa farms. Zotter buys our cocoa beans from CPCS - Cooperative Premium Cacao Sambirano, a union of 170 small farms. The cocoa is grown in volcanic soil, thriving in the island's tropical and humid climate, and is a mixture of Trinitario and Criollo, the world's finest cocoa bean. An exquisite combination, which we gently roast in Zotter's bean-to-bar manufactory, then conche for a relatively short time in order to produce a very distinctive single-origin 75% chocolate. It boasts a strong note of terroir with the cocoa bean's typical range of fruity flavours as well as possessing hints of citrus, red berries and a pleasing acidity accompanied by a little sweetness, courtesy of raw cane sugar.

Features

MAKER:  Zotter, Austria

CACAO ORIGIN: Madagascar

COCOA CONTENT (%): 75%

DIETARY INFO:  Dairy-free, Gluten-free, Alcohol-free, Vegan. 

WEIGHT: 70g (2.46 Oz)

SIZE: W: 120 x H: 54 x D: 13 mm (W: 4.72 x H: 2.1 x D: 0.51 inches)

TASTING NOTES: mild notes of lightly salted lye roll, sweet spice mix, intense mix of fruit: notes of exotic fruit, berries, cherries, peach, watermelon, mildly peppery, fruity finish.

Ingredients

Dark Chocolate 75%°

Ingredients: cocoa mass°*, raw cane sugar°*, cocoa butter°*
Single-origin chocolate with cocoa beans from Madagascar.
Cocoa (cocoa mass and cocoa butter): 75% minimum

*fair traded, fair trade content in total: 100%
°from controlled organic cultivation

May contain traces of all types of nuts, peanuts, milk, sesame and soy