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  • Cacao solids: 75%
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  • Ingredients:
    • Cocoa
    • Cocoa butter
    • Sugar

This Porcelana-type cacao is harvested in Mexico in the authentic local tradition. The Venezuelan cocoa trees, transplanted to the uplands of the state of Tabasco, have developed rich and savoury flavours that mix with the already-distinctive strong organoleptic characteristics of this cacao. With flavours ranging from the delicate to the conspicuous lightly acid notes, this extremely rare cacao will transport you to unaccustomed taste sensations.

Bonnat – Marfil de Blanco—Chocolate Review Rating: % out of 100 based on 0 reviews.

Bonnat – Marfil de Blanco

Bonnat again confounds the production question with a series of Porcelana-type bars exactly matching a set from Coppeneur. Who is the actual processor of the beans? Or both? It’s unclear. Whatever the case, Bonnat’s Mexican offering is a fine bar no doubt, but adds little to the already-crowded Porcelana field. It’s interesting in its own right but if you are expecting something different from other Porcelanas look elsewhere – this one will offer familiar flavours seen before in the type.


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