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Pralus - Cuyagua

Pralus – Cuyagua

In the third of their “prestigious vintages” series, Pralus ventures into a bean/origin not so heavily promoted as Porcelana or Chuao: Cuyagua. Indeed, only one other specific instance of this origin has appeared in...
by Alex Rast
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Pralus - Porcelana

Pralus – Porcelana

Pralus jumps onto the Porcelana bandwagon with another offering in what is becoming a crowded field. In many respects, it’s difficult to imagine what Pralus can bring to this party, given that Porcelana’s mild, retr...
by Alex Rast
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Domori – Guasare

Perhaps one of the most eagerly-awaited chocolates ever, Domori’s long-rumoured (seemingly forever!) Guasare finally arrives. Ever since Maricel Presilla’s original New Taste of Chocolate mentioned it, this bean has...
by Alex Rast
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Momotombo chocolates

Chocolates made in Nicaragua

Carlos Mann, founder of Momotombo Chocolate, shares his experiences of making fresh chocolate in Nicaragua
by Susana Cárdenas Overstall
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Maricel Presilla shows her James Beard award at her Zafra restaurant

‘I always find good food, even in the most improbable places’

Q&A with Maricel Presilla, winner of the Outstanding Chef Mid-Atlantic prize given by the prestigious James Beard Foundation. She is a member of the Grand Jury of The International Chocolate Awards taking place in London on May 28
by Susana Cárdenas Overstall
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