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Cacao Hunters Elizabeth 71%

Cacao Hunters Elizabeth 71%

Weight: 56 g

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Reasons to Love

BIPOC Owned

BIPOC Owned

Bean to Bar

Bean to Bar

Direct-Source Cacao

Direct Sourced

Made at Origin

Made at Origin

Woman Owned

Woman Owned

The Elizabeth 71% limited edition bar is born from a special cocoa that was discovered in Arauca. This bar is the product of 8 years of work in which they sow cocoa and perfect it until they achieve this 71% chocolate that surprises them with great sweetness and its notes of raspberries and blackberries.

Ingredients: cocoa beans, cane sugar, cocoa butter

May contain traces of milk & nuts

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Manufactured in a facility which also processes dairy"

Trace Dairy

Peanut Free"

Peanut Free

Soy Free

Soy Free

Treenut Free

Treenut Free

Uses no animal products, but sweetened with non-organic refined sugar

Vegan

Gluten Free

Gluten Free

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Maker

Cacao Hunters

Cacao Hunters transforms cacao beans from different corners of Colombia into single terroir chocolate bars. They promote and encourage farmers dedicated to producing wild and heirloom cacao varieties, and help them with their farming practices to improve the fine flavor cacao. Cacao Hunters sustainable practices go beyond producing the best Colombian chocolate by preserving rare varieties of cocoa production. Cacao Hunters, among other Colombian makers have helped change the lifestyle and generate a better quality of life for many people including farmers. In the past, Colombia was ridden with coca farms, creating a harsh and dangerous society. The government decided to implement cacao beans to create a better and safer economy, warding away the crime and drugs into the country. The cacao industry has struggled to take off at first because there has not been much attention to the cacao producers and focusing on the quality. Cacao Hunters mission has helped transform the Colombian cacao industry, making it one of the top producers.Cacao Hunters value the indigenous people of the country that help preserve the quality and nature of their hard work that goes into the cacao farming. They are part of an ongoing research to develop new bars while highlighting new flavor profiles from cacao all over the country.

Cacao Region

Arauca, Colombia

With the exception of the westernmost region, most of Arauca state is comprised of plains, whose soil has shown to be good conditions for growing cacao, banana, cassava, rice, corn, and various other fruits. However, the main economic activity of Arauca is centered around the oil industry, with the state’s Caño Limón oil fields being the second-largest in the country. The name Arauca is believed to derive from the name of the Indigenous Arawak (Arhuaco in Spanish) people, whose descendants still inhabit several regions across Colombia, including much of Arauca state.

Customer Reviews

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Michelle
Delightful surprise!

My experience with Cacao Hunters bars are always top notch. This one is no different. Smelling this bar is an experience all on its own! The aroma is so strong and rich and earthy! When you put the thin bar in your mouth, its immediate dark berry flavor is unmissable. I have not introduced this bar to someone who didn't want more of it! Fantastic, as usual!

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S.N.
5/5

Not my favorite but a solid bar!

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Rachel G.
@cacao.crazy

It was delightful start to finish, and honestly first taste made my heart skip a beat I was so surprised 😝 It tastes just like a bowl of fresh raspberries and blackberries, sweet with the faintest astringency you taste in blackberries. Towards the end I even got a bit of 🍯 and brown sugar.

It's bars like these I share with folks who "hate dark chocolate", just to show them what ✨quality✨ tastes like 😁