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Duffy's Honduras Indio Rojo 72%

Duffy's Honduras Indio Rojo 72%

Weight: 60 g

Regular price $9.50
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Direct-Source Cacao

Direct Sourced

Limited edition. Strong, complex, quality dark chocolate with sweet currants, tangy orange and a raisin & coffee aftertaste. The maker rarely gets these beans in stock - only 25kg some years - and always looking for more. A complex chocolate that almost crosses the line towards savory.

Ingredients: Single origin cocoa beans, organic cane sugar, organic cocoa butter, sunflower lecithin.

*No nuts, gluten, soya or dairy ingredients are used in this bar.

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Manufactured in a facility which also processes dairy"

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Organic Sugar


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)


Gluten Free

Gluten Free


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Duffy's Chocolate

Duffy's Chocolate is a small scale craft chocolate maker in Licolnshire, UK. They make 30 kg small batches of chocolate at a time. Duffy's source all their cacao directly, of particular note is the Indio Rojo chocolate sourced from Honduras. Duffy has won multiple awards for his lineup of single origin bars. The bars are unique as they depend on each year's harvest.

Cacao Strain

Indio Rojo

The name “Indio Rojo'' translates roughly as “Mayan Red,” and is a term used by many indigenous communities in Central America to refer to local cacao varietals which bear red fruits. This name is most commonly used in Nicaragua and Honduras, albeit to refer to different strains. In Nicaragua, an Indio Rojo is a type of trinitario which happens to be red, while in Honduras it’s a more specific Amelonado-heavy strain with some influence from Catongo genetics. The beans are known to be lighter in color than other regional varietals, and produce a more floral flavor than one might expect from beans from this region.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews

Quite sweet for a 72%. Soft and creamy mouthfeel. I taste banana and malted milk. I agree with the "coffee aftertaste" on the label notes. Unique, but a bit on the sweet and milky side for my tastes.

Duffy's Honduras Indio Rojo 72%

Nice snap. Cool mouth feeling. Gentle, aromatic, and sweet palate. Rich and smooth cocoa flavor. Fruit, floral, and coffee scents. The tasting experience starts with raisin, candied orange, and sugary currants flavors followed by subtle vanilla honey notes. The finish is driven by Agalta coffee aroma: tropical fruits, caramel, and sweet chocolate aftertaste.