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Raphio Tanzania 72%

Raphio Tanzania 72%

Weight: 63 g

Regular price $10.00
Regular price Sale price $10.00
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Bean to Bar

Bean to Bar

Direct-Source Cacao

Direct Sourced

Woman Owned

Woman Owned

Chocolate made from Kokoa Kamili beans has very complex flavors with different notes from start to finish. Flavor notes you may taste: maple, toffee, grapefruit.

Awards: 2018 Silver, Academy of Chocolate

Ingredients: Organic cacao beans, organic cane sugar, organic cacao butter

Composition: Cacao beans + cacao butter - 72%, sugar - 28%

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Manufactured in a facility which also processes dairy"

Trace Dairy

Organic Cacao & Sugar


Peanut Free"

Peanut Free

Soy Free

Soy Free

Manufactured in a facility which also processes treenuts

Trace Treenut

Organic refined sugar or alternative sweetener, and no animal products (ie defacto vegan)


Gluten Free

Gluten Free


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Raphio Chocolate

Raphio Chocolate is made from scratch with only organic and natural ingredients. Chocolate maker Elisia hand selects her cacao beans to make pure, healthy chocolate in Fresno, California. Introduced to craft chocolate by her husband in 2014, the simplicity of ingredients used is what inspired Elisia. She wanted to create a minimally processed chocolate bar that was healthy for kids to consume as well. Raphio was inspired by her two sons Raphael and Rio. She wanted to give her sons treats without the harsh sugars and other ingredients involved as well as the desire to promote healthy chocolate especially for parents! Raphio has already earned national and international awards for their chocolate.

Cacao Region

Morogoro, Tanzania

Morogoro is a large state in central Tanzania, known for its hot & humid weather and its large game preserves. The main source of cocoa in the region comes from the Kilombero Valley, the base of a central fermentary called Kokoa Kamili, which was founded in 2012. Since its introduction ot the country in the late 19th century, cocoa in Tanzania has been almost exclusively grown by smallholder farmers, and before the entrance of Kokoa Kamili, these farmers had very little incentive to produce better cocoa.

Cacao Estate

Kokoa Kamili

Started in 2012 by friends Brian LoBue and Simran Bindra, Kokoa Kamili is one of the few African-origin cocoas which have been universally praised around the world. The team, which is based in Tanzania’s Kilombero Valley, has achieved a remarkably consistent post-harvest process, setting a standard in the region by buying wet beans at a premium and fermenting & drying them in a central location. This garners them an exceptionally fruity and rich cocoa, grown right in the nation’s Udzungwa Mountains National Park. Kokoa Kamili now works with nearly 3000 farmers in the region, all of whom get paid a premium immediately for their wet cacao, lessening their workload while also increasing their income.

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Nice bar

Strong citrus taste, very very Tanzania , Lol
I like it!

Rachel G.

This bar had stunning notes of candied 🍋, white 🍯 and Polish milk caramels. The 🍋 was first and bold, a sunshine-y 🌞 flavor! It danced and spun around the white 🍯 notes in a stunning way 😁 White honey is lighter and more floral than most standard honeys. (My favorite is harvested from wild honeybees in the Jammu and Kashmir regions of the Himalayas ❤)

Just when you think the show is over, subtle notes of milk caramel peeks through. Polish milk caramels, or Polish cream fudge, is a lighter, creamier cousin to caramel. A family favorite!

I got more of the caramel notes in the later part of the day and the honey/lemon earlier. When you taste makes a big difference!

David S.

Raphio Tanzania 72%