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Qantu Chocolate Jean Duya 32% w/ Piedmont Hazelnuts (Limited Edition)

Qantu Chocolate Jean Duya 32% w/ Piedmont Hazelnuts (Limited Edition)

Weight: 50 g

Regular price $13.00
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Reasons to Love

Bean to Bar

Bean to Bar

Direct-Source Cacao

Direct Sourced

Jean Duya is the guest of honor at Qantu.

Here is there version of the historic Gianduia, this Italian heritage to the chocolate world! First the hazelnuts. They are from Piedmont in Italy as tradition dictates. Yes! Those with a caramel heart! Then their milk chocolate adds a burst of light and softness to this creation. The result, a velvety aromatic Gianduia, a journey straight to northern Italy!

Ingredients: Piedmont PGI hazelnuts, cane sugar, cocoa beans, whole milk powder, cocoa butter

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Contains dairy

Dairy

Manufactured in a facility which also processes peanuts

Trace Peanuts

Soy Free

Soy Free

Contains treenuts

Treenuts

Gluten Free

Gluten Free

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Maker

Qantu

Qantu is a chocolate maker based in Montreal. Qantu was started by Elfi and Maxime in 2016. This pair fell in love with bean to bar chocolate after researching cocoa after their first plantation visit in 2014. The immense passion and pride of the cocoa producers inspired them to create bean to bar chocolate. Qantu focuses on Peruvian cacao for the moment, which is where Maxime and Elfi met over a decade ago in Elfi’s home country. The name “ Qantu” (pronounced “Kantu”) derives from the name of the national flower of Peru and Bolivia. The word comes from the native language of the Peruvian Andes, Quechua, it represents a symbol of unity and hospitality.

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