Hoja Verde Ecuador 72%

Hoja Verde – Ecuador 72%

Hoja Verde prides itself on its Fino Arriba cacao beans, grown on small plantations that focus on conservation, and on its locally-made organic chocolate, made for them by Ecuadorian private-label producer TuliCorp.
by George Gensler
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Dandelion – Costa Rica

Not a common origin, and not from an established, well-known manufacturer, thus representing perhaps the ultimate in “experimental” chocolate. Here is a bar that presents very few indications about what to expect. O...
by Alex Rast
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Dandelion – Madagascar

One of several offerings from another new micro-manufacturer in San Francisco. Dandelion appear to be making more of an effort than most, in terms of both conceptual design and careful experimentation before releasing any new c...
by Alex Rast
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Chapon – Chuao – Martin Christy review

When first out of the packet, the aroma is very cheesy, something like a blue bree. After airing a little there is dark tobacco, polished mahogany and a hint of lit matches, which is perhaps an indicator of things to come. On t...
by Martin Christy
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Seventy% supports the International Chocolate Awards
 
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Chapon – Chuao

A Pralus made bar, sold in handy zip-seal packaging by Chapon under their own brand. Like many of the new bars of Chuao coming onto the market, Chapon describe Chuao as ‘criollo’. (See the Manufacturers information ...
by Martin Christy
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