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Lake Managua, Nicaragua

Lake Managua, also known as Lake Xolotlán, is a lake in western Nicaragua. Momotombo Volcano is on the lake’s northwestern shore, while the city of Managua, the Nicaraguan capital, lies along its southern shore. Lake Managua has been described by some authors as the most contaminated lake in Central America; it’s been severely polluted by decades of sewage being dumped into it from the city. Cacao has been grown in the region around the lake for millennia, however, and most of the fine flavor cacao sourced from the region is of the criollo varietal known as Chuno.

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Friis-Holm Dark Chuno Triple Turned 70% Friis-Holm Dark Chuno Triple Turned 70%

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Duffy's Nicaragua Juno 70% Duffy's Nicaragua Juno 70%

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