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Pump Street Oat Milk 60%

Pump Street Oat Milk 60%

Weight: 70 g

Regular price $10.25
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Reasons to Love

Bean to Bar

Bean to Bar

Direct-Source Cacao

Direct Sourced

We are pleased to release our first dairy-free milk chocolate made with Scottish oats. With a pleasingly fudgy bite and scents of cinnamon, mellow nuttiness and flavors of sweet cream and porridge, this bar offers a genuine alternative for a creamy, milk chocolate. Suitable for vegans.

Ingredients: cocoa beans, cane sugar, organic cocoa butter , Scottish oat powder, minimum 60% cocoa

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Manufactured in a facility which also processes dairy"

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Manufactured in a facility which also processes peanuts

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Soy Free

Soy Free

Manufactured in a facility which also processes treenuts

Trace Treenut

Uses no animal products, but sweetened with non-organic refined sugar

Vegan

Manufactured in a facility which also processes wheat

Trace Gluten

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Maker

Pump Street Chocolate

Pump Street Chocolate is an award winning British chocolate maker in Suffolk, UK. All of their chocolate bars are handcrafted from direct trade beans and natural ingredients. Their bars have won many accolades from the International Chocolate Awards, the Academy of Chocolate and Great Taste. Originally started as a bakery, producing high quality breads and pastries Pump Street decided to take a turn and tackle bean to bar chocolate.

Cacao Region

Cotopaxi, Ecuador

Cotopaxi is an Ecuadorian province smack in the center of the country, just south of the capital city of Quito. The province is perhaps best known for the national park and its volcano of the same name, which draw thousands of visitors each month. A significant portion of the province is indigenous Ecuadorian, most of whom work in agriculture. Corn, potatoes, wheat, and flowers for export are the most common crops in the temperate zones, while cacao, coffee, and sugarcane dominate the province’s most tropical areas.

Cacao Estate

Hacienda Limon

Hacienda Limon is located at the foot of the Andes Mountain Range, between endless plantations of cacao and banana. The climate on the farm is tropical & humid year round, with nutrient-rich volcanic soil thanks to the nearby Cotopaxi Volcano. Owner Samuel von Rütte, together with his wife Anita & four other families, run the 110-hectare plantation, which is dominated by strains of pure nacional arriba cacao varietals. In 2014, one of these varietals was awarded a heirloom cacao designation status, ensuring the protection of variety diversity. No insecticides or fungicides are used on the farm, and only very reduced herbicides (spot application) are ever utilized.

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Alaina T.
Pump Street Does It Again

Pump Street has many bars that get rave reviews (rye crumb, sourdough and sea salt) and so I knew I Pump Street would be an excellent choice for my first taste of oat milk chocolate. Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm. Slightly nutty / oatmeal taste comes through but without being overpowering / very rich. (And in case you're new to Pump Street: Their packages are resealable, which is a handy feature for people who have more restraint than me and only eat 1-2 pieces a day!)