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Dandelion Camino Verde Ecuador 100%

Dandelion Camino Verde Ecuador 100%

Weight: 56 g

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Reasons to Love

Bean to Bar

Bean to Bar

Direct-Source Cacao

Direct Sourced

These beans come from a sustainable farm and fermentary operated by Vicente Norero in Baloa, Ecuador. They are so naturally well balanced that Cynthia made them into our first 100% bar. We love the tannic beginning and almond butter texture of this pure, bold, chocolatey bar.

Ingredients: Made with just cocoa beans and sugar; no added cocoa butter, lecithin, or vanilla. Free of soy, dairy, eggs, and gluten, and it is made in a factory that does not process nuts.

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Dairy Free

Dairy Free

Peanut Free"

Peanut Free

Soy Free

Soy Free

Treenut Free

Treenut Free

Organic refined sugar or alternative sweetener, and no animal products (ie defacto vegan)

Vegan+

Gluten Free

Gluten Free

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Maker

Dandelion Chocolate

Dandelion is a small batch chocolate maker in San Francisco. Todd and Cameron, the founders have maintained an uncompromising quality with their sourcing, processing, and quality to produce great tasting bars. You'll notice that the majority of their bars are 70% with is done on purpose, so you can taste the unique difference each cacao from different countries have to offer. Both Todd and Cameron were tech geniuses located in Silicon Valley, where they started building their own chocolate equipment in their basement. Right in the middle of the craft chocolate movement starting to take over the country, they decided to tackle the adventure for themselves. Todd and Cameron wanted to produce high quality chocolate bars using only simple ingredients. Today, Dandelion produces over 12,000 bars monthly, and it’s still not enough to meet the demand for this great chocolate maker. Dandelion’s shop also boast wonderful variety of baked goods, hot chocolate and even daily tours of their chocolate factory.

Cacao Region

Guayas, Ecuador

Guayas is a coastal province in western Ecuador, home to the city of Guayaquil, which is both the nation’s largest city and the main port of the country. Thanks in no small part to Guayaquil— undeniably the center of the region’s economy & culture— Guayas is also the most populous province in Ecuador. The majority of its land is dedicated to agriculture, in turn dominated by sugarcane, rice, and various tropical fruits.

Cacao Estate

Camino Verde

The Camino Verde (Spanish for green path) cacao brand started off as a single estate endeavor by fermentation expert & microbiologist Vicente Norero. Over the years it’s evolved into a centralized fermentary in the Duran region, sourcing cacao from a number of nearby farmers in order to process all of it in one place. With Vicente’s deep understanding of fermentation methods, he produces a variety of flavor profiles using both his own cacao and that from nearby farms. While the blend of estates also means a range of unique tasting notes, all Camino Verde cacao is carefully processed and certified organic.

Customer Reviews

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Juli
Nice 100% Bar

Agreed with other reviewers, this one is intense in flavor. I enjoy it with an orange.

A
Abigail
Enjoy

Nothing hard to like in this bar, smooth and nutty.

S
S N.
Intense not Bitter

Dandelion always delivers

c
chris
tasty and intense

this is one of the more intense 100% dark chocolate bars out there. it really needs to be savored and allowed to melt in the mouth to really appreciate it. ideally paired with a bit of warm tea or coffee to help the whole experience. worth a try for the adventurous dark chocolate lover.