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Goodnow Farms Brown Butter 70%

Goodnow Farms Brown Butter 70%

Weight: 55 g

Regular price $15.50
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Reasons to Love

Bean to Bar

Bean to Bar

Direct-Source Cacao

Direct Sourced

Butter makes everything better, and that's especially true for chocolate! We start with our Dominican Republic bean origin and add local dairy High Lawn Farm's award-winning butter.

Ingredients: Cacao Beans, Organic Sugar, Single Origin Cocoa Butter (Dominican Republic), Butter

*May contain trace amounts of peanuts and tree nuts.

Contains dairy


Manufactured in a facility which also processes peanuts

Trace Peanuts

Soy Free

Soy Free

Manufactured in a facility which also processes treenuts

Trace Treenut

Gluten Free

Gluten Free

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Goodnow Farms

Goodnow Farms chocolate is handcrafted in Massachusetts. All the cacao they use is ethically sourced from small farmers and producers that Tom and Monica have met during their travels throughout Mexico, Central and South America. The cacao is carefully stone ground, and conched in small batches. They also press their own cocoa butter for each bar. They admired the concept of single origin bars and capturing the different taste profiles, and uniqueness through each bar. They discovered their love for real craft chocolate after visiting a vintage shop in Los Angeles. Tom and Monica officially created Goodnow Farms in 2016 but have been crafting their creations since 2008. The pair works hard to engage with the communities where they receive their cacao from to ensure farmers are fairly compensated and practice sustainable farming.

Cacao Region

Tabasco, Mexico

The Mexican state of Tabasco is located in the southeast of the country, bordering the Petén department of Guatemala to the south. Most of the state is covered in rainforest, as well as lots of small lakes, wetland areas, and rivers. While the state's main industry is petroleum extraction & refination, there are several commercially-important crops grown in Tabasco, such as cacao, coconut, oranges, bananas, and sugarcane.

Cacao Estate

Hacienda Jesus Maria

This 80-year-old family farm is located in the Mexican state of Tabasco, a historic cacao-growing region known also for its sugarcane, banana, and coconut. The farm is made up of 70-hectares, 50 of which are cacao, and the rest of which are a mix of coffee, oranges, allspice, bananas, and grazing land. Farmer Vicente Alberto Gutierrez Cacep employs farming and processing practices which take into account the natural growth on his land, and he makes it a point to support community initiatives and local businesses.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
X. H.
Goodnow Farms Brown Butter 70%

My boyfriend enjoys this bar and Goodnow Farms in general

E. R.
A great higher percentage brown butter bar

I gave this as a gift (happily they let me try some too!) and it was well-received. Caramelly and complex with a little bit of nutty astringency, like walnut or almonds with the skins. There are sweeter brown butter bars if that's what you like (try the ones from Fruition and Creo!) but this is great if you like a good dark bar.