Dark chocolate 75% from Tanzania, delivering the perfect balance of acidity, intense cocoa bitterness and fruity notes. Mainly concentrated in the area surrounding Lake Malawi, cocoa culture is more than 50% organic and provides some spectacular beans, giving Tanzania its unique reputation. Accounts for only 0.1% of the world's cocoa harvest.
Starting off with a strong smoky taste, this Papua New Guinea dark chocolate exhibits a creamier, rounder character as it explores the palate, displaying hints of cherry and prune and an explicit cappuccino-like finish.
Ghana chocolate 70%. This chocolate has a strong cocoa character with an appealing bitterness, for a deliciously bittersweet chocolate experience. Ghana is the 2nd cocoa producing country in the world, accounting for 17% of the world's cocoa harvest. Our Cocoa Horizons programme runs direct activities on the ground.
This dark organic chocolate made from beans grown in Santo Domingo is an intriguingly dark chocolate with an adventurous perfume of blue fruit, humus and spicy cedar. Its gradually dissipating woody taste will surely entice the more experienced chocolate gourmet.
Cocoa from Ecuador gives this dark chocolate its very strong taste with a broad bouquet defined by its high cocoa content, resulting in an earthy undertone followed by impressions of cinnamon and various tropical fruits.