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Monsoon Chocolate Mesquite White 45%

Monsoon Chocolate Mesquite White 45%

Weight: 50 g

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Reasons to Love

Bean to Bar

Bean to Bar

Direct-Source Cacao

Direct Sourced

The cocoa butter in this bar is pressed from fine flavor cacao in the country of origin by Camino Verde, just outside of Duran, Ecuador. They then add organic sugar, organic milk powder, organic butter, and ground mesquite pod from the San Xavier Cooperative Farm. This bar contains the equivalent sugar content of a 70% Dark Chocolate.
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Contains dairy

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Manufactured in a facility which also processes peanuts

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Manufactured in a facility which also processes soy

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Manufactured in a facility which also processes treenuts

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Manufactured in a facility which also processes wheat

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Maker

Monsoon Chocolate

Monsoon Chocolate maker Adam Krantz imports cacao from Peru, India and Ecuador and combines them with local ingredients in Arizona to make a delightful selection of chocolate bars and confetions. We are pleased to feature his beautifully wrapped bean to bar collection. Krantz and his team have won a multitude of chocolate awards, and was recently named as one of Food & Wine's Best Chocolate Shops in America list.

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.

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