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Domori Maxi Cremino

Domori Maxi Cremino

Weight: 300 g

Regular price $32.00
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Direct-Source Cacao

Direct Sourced

A very large block of fine cocoa with gianduja creme paste in the center, crafted in Turin, Italy's chocolate capital. This Italian cremino square is perfect to gift to yourself or to someone you love.

The extraordinary creation is Domori's own house recipe, which combines fine cocoa with fleur de sel, aromatic Tahitian vanilla, and PGI Piedmont Hazelnuts in three velvety layers. The dimensions, however, were imagined by a small group of passionate chocolate lovers.

For bite size pieces, check out Domori Gianduja Cremini). This is an Italian chocolate confection you don't want to miss!

Ingredients: Brown sugar, PGI Piedmont hazelnuts (37%), cocoa paste (7.5%), cocoa butter, salt flour, natural vanilla extract. Emulsifier: soy lecithin.

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Manufactured in a facility which also processes dairy"

Trace Dairy

Manufactured in a facility which also processes peanuts

Trace Peanuts

Contains soy

Contains Soy

Contains treenuts

Treenuts

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

Vegan

Gluten Free

Gluten Free

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Maker

Domori

Domori is a gourmet Italian chocolate maker that focuses on making bars with low production process. They use a low roast profile and medium conch (the stage in which chocolate gets its characteristic taste and mouthfeel from cacao beans) to preserve and maintain the aromas and flavors of the fine cacao beans they feature in their bars. Founded by Gianluca Franzoni in 1997, they are considered one of Europe's finest chocolate makers. Franzoni traveled to Venezuela to help develop a business model to reposition cacao but was ultimately fascinated by cacao itself. He experimented with different varieties to help preserve Venezuela’s biodiversity and even helped prevent the extinction of the Criollo beans. Domori is the first company to use the fine Criollo variety, which is considered the rarest and most prized cacao bean in the world. Their signature 100% Trinitario and unique 70% Criollo strains are an achievement that elevates cacao to a whole new level. The name ‘Domori’ comes from ‘Due Mori’ in Venetian which refers to objects of dark color. Franzoni wanted a name to portray his expressive chocolate company. Venice is considered the land of trades of spices and ideas, and its ‘Due Mori’ representing two bronze statues in the famous Piazza San Marco. Also to Franzoni, the term ‘Due Mori’ is represents two dark beans: cacao and coffee.

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M
Mr. R.B.C.
Best Chocolate Ever

Off the charts good. Very addictive. It's like you've been looking for it for ages and here it is. Incredible.

V
VenezuelanInLA
the middle is too sweet for me

This is a great chocolate to share over coffee or to add it to something plain (i.e.: muesli). By itself, I would only eat the outer chocolate layer. I really like the authentic piedmont flavor. It’s a good investment because it’s very rich and you only need a little piece that can be enjoyed slowly. I like the texture a lot, it’s between a soft toffee and a cold nut spread. The temperatures here are very low so I cannot comment about it’s stability during the Summer months. I am keeping it next to my bed for now instead of the fridge, I divided it into small slices (wrapped individually with food safe plastic film), and it really brightens my night after a long day of work. I will repurchase. Obviously I would prefer they make a darker version, but I wouldn’t change anything about this original version. If the people at Domori are reading this, thank you for making such a good chocolate that transports me to the good old days. This one actually reminded me when I was a kid, it’s like “nucita” but for adults.