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Domori Trinitario Venezuela 70%

Domori Trinitario Venezuela 70%

Weight: 50 g

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Direct-Source Cacao

Direct Sourced

A cocoa obtained from different hybrids of Criollo and Trinitario from the Venezuelan states of Sur del Lago, Maracaibo, Merida, Zulia and Tachira. With a delicate and very fresh aroma, with notes of almonds and coffee. Low acidity and astringency, great fineness and elegance, and long persistence.

Manufactured in a facility which also processes dairy

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Manufactured in a facility which also processes peanuts

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Sesame Free

Sesame Free

Manufactured in a facility which also processes soy

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Manufactured in a facility which also processes Tree Nuts

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No animal products, and vegan sugar or alternative sweetener


Gluten Free

Gluten Free


Ingredients: cocoa mass, cane sugar

May contain traces of milk, tree nuts and soy.


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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.

Cacao Region

Sur Del Lago, Venezuela

Translated directly as “South of the Lake,” Sur Del Lago is a region of western Venezuela which touches upon four separate states. The name refers to Lake Maracaibo, and the region as a whole is often referred to as the cradle of criollo cacao, thanks to its many native varietals of fine flavor criollo cacao. Amongst these criollos are the Guasare and Porcelana varietals, some of the rarest cacaos in the world.

Cacao Strain

Sur Del Lago

Sur Del Lago is unusual in that it’s more of a cacao origin type than a cacao strain. Over the centuries, the type “Sur Del Lago”— which translates as “south of the lake”— has evolved as a micro-origin within Venezuela, referring most often to cacao from the region southwest of Lake Maracaibo, near the border with Colombia. The blend of different criollo-influenced native varietals that grow there have been isolated enough that they’ve come to be one of the most highly-prized Venezuelan origins out there. True Sur Del Lago cacao has a high proportion of white beans (indicative of its criollo heritage), and a very nutty character with high potential for complexity.

Customer Reviews

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This chocolate is exceptionally smooth and flavorful. At first I didn’t think it was anything special, but I found myself coming back for more. The flavors develop as you eat it and I think it’s a great chocolate to serve to guests.