This cocoa, whose pods are porcelain-colored, is grown in the Maracaibo region. A chocolate with toasted aromas, then dried fruits complete the vegetable notes, to finish with a flavor of hot chocolate. At the time of the colonies, Porcelana cocoa was called Maracaibo, after the name of the eponymous port from which the beans were shipped. It was renamed Porcelana because of the “porcelain” appearance of its pods.
Ingredients: Cocoa beans, cane sugar, cocoa butter, sunflower lecithin. (May contain traces of milk, nuts, sesame ).