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Pralus Cacao Show (Hot Chocolate Mix)

Pralus Cacao Show (Hot Chocolate Mix)

Weight: 250 g

Regular price $26.50
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Bean to Bar

Bean to Bar

Direct-Source Cacao

Direct Sourced

An unctuous cocoa mix for making hot chocolate, this delicious mix is made with 75% ground Madagascar and cocoa powder.

Manufactured in a facility which also processes dairy

Trace Dairy

Manufactured in a facility which also processes peanuts

Trace Peanuts

Sesame Free

Sesame Free

Contains soy

Contains Soy

Manufactured in a facility which also processes Tree Nuts

Trace Tree Nut

No animal products, but sugar of uncertain origin


Gluten Free

Gluten Free


Ingredients: organic cocoa powder (21%) fat, acidity regulator, E 50li, organic crushed black chocolate (organic Madagascar cocoa, 75% minimum, organic sugar, organic cocoa butter, emulsifier, sunflower lecithin.

May contain traces of milk, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat and eggs.


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    True chocolate has rich, nuanced flavors. Like wine it can vary by the variety of cacao beans, and where it's grown.


    Chocolate makers that source cacao at high standards beyond Fair Trade, and produce responsibly.


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François Pralus

François Pralus is a French chocolate maker has been making chocolate since 1991. He has one of the most diverse line of single origin bars. Each bar highlights the unique taste profile from each origin country, taking you on a flavor adventure from around the world. Pralus also owns a plantation in Madagascar, so they have direct control of the quality of the beans they choose and has mastered cultivating the reputable Criollo bean. As a Master Chocolate Maker, he is one of the few makers in France to manufacture his own chocolate. The name Pralus has been around for over half a century when his father Auguste Pralus made a prominent household name in the confection world. He opened a store in 1948 and has been recognized with many awards and merits. Since then Pralus has set the bar high for his sense of creativity and skilled chocolate making.

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
rassweiler, j.
Pralus Cacao Show (Hot Chocolate Mix)

Makes good chocolate mousse when added to heavy whipping cream, with vanilla or almond extract.

Theresa B.D.
Creamy goodness in a cup!

I have to say, I love the way the cocoa blends smooth and it was just a consistent creaminess and decadent flavor , until the last drop 🙂

Not sure how to use this

It's hard to review this product because it has no instructions with it. No guide on how much mix to use with how much milk, nothing. I made it with the same ratio I do other chocolates and it was really intense and bitter. I had to add sugar to it, which I don't usually do with hot chocolate mixes. I think I'd enjoy it more if it came with a recipe.

Brent T.
Very strong, rich cocoa mix

Pralus Cocoa Show hot chocolate mix is delicious, exactly as I always expect of Pralus chocolates. It has an exceptionally - strikingly - deep dark color and strong, rich flavor. And, surprisingly, it is very low in sugar; I’ve never had another hot chocolate mix with sweetness anywhere near this low level of sweetness. My only complaint is that, for me anyway, it tastes [too] powdery. Maybe I did something wrong, maybe I didn’t heat&stir it enough, maybe I’m just improperly comparing it against hot chocolate made by dissolving solid chocolate (given it’s been a while now since I made hot chocolate using cocoa powder). But that’s why I put 4 stars not 5, since I think it tastes great.