What is Single Origin chocolate?
Origin chocolate is made from cocoa beans grown in a specific country, region or even a specific plantation (estate). It is due to the climate and soil, together with the techniques of cacao farming and harvesting, that origin chocolates each own a signature flavor profile.
Certain countries or regions make beans with outstanding flavor profiles, which earn them the name "fine flavor".
We scouted the world, sourcing beans with extraordinary stories and exceptional flavor potential to offer you a comprehensive range of chocolates and cocoa powders. Read more about them here:
Unique flavor profiles
Discover our 4 fine flavor dark chocolates, each of them with a unique flavor profile
- Madagascar (66% cocoa): Exotic fruit
- Santo Domingo (72% cocoa): Round, a smooth harmony of sweetness and cocoa
- Sao Tomé (70%): Intense cocoa
- Papua New Guinea (73%): Smoked wood
In our brochure, find out about food pairing tips with these Single Origin chocolates, as recommended by our pastry chefs and chocolatiers.
Single Origin milk chocolates
Consumers’ favorite type of chocolate is milk chocolate. Integrating a Single Origin milk chocolate in your range is a sure way to attract more shoppers likely to upgrade their favorite snack.
Discover our range of milk chocolates with distinctive taste profiles, smoothed with the creaminess of milk
Download our 'Single Origin Chocolates and Cocoa' catalog
In this brochure, Barry Callebaut will showcase:
- What is Single Origin chocolate
- Consumers are looking for authentic experiences
- Authentic storytelling
- Fine Flavor Single Origin chocolates
- Available Single Origin Chocolate and Cocoa
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