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Estate Black dark single estate

beans
Theobroma cacao L, cv. Trinitarian.
Colombia, Sierra Nevada, Arhuaco Plantation.

Beans
Theobroma cacao L, cv. Trinitarian.
Colombia, Sierra Nevada, Arhuaco Plantation.

chocolate factory
France, Bordeaux.

chocolate factory
France, Bordeaux.

Flavors
Grilled: sesame, smoked.
Spicy: liquorice.
Plant: woody.
Aromas
Toasted: sesame, smoked.
Spice: liquorice.
Vegetal: woody.
Ingredients
Cacao beans and cane sugar.
Ingredients
Cocoa beans and cane sugar.
Allergens
May contain traces of nuts and milk.
Allergens
May contain traces amount of nuts and milk.
Weight
56g.
Weight
56g.

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At Taza Chocolate we make stone ground chocolate. Cacao is so complex in flavor that we want to let it shout loud and proud. That is why we do less to bring you more. We stone grind organic cacao beans into perfectly unrefined, minimally processed chocolate with bold flavor and texture, unlike anything you have ever tasted. Taza founder and CEO Alex Whitmore took his first bite of stone ground chocolate while traveling in Oaxaca, Mexico. He was so inspired by the rustic intensity that he decided to create a chocolate factory back home in Somerville, MA. He learned to hand-carve granite mill stones to make chocolate that is less processed, so our Direct Trade cacao can shine. In 2005, he officially launched Taza with his wife, Kathleen Fulton, who is Taza's Chief Design Officer and designed all of the packaging. Taza is a pioneer in ethical cacao sourcing. We were the first U.S. chocolate maker to establish a third-party certified Direct Trade Cacao Certification program. We maintain direct relationships with our cacao farmers and pay a premium above the Fair Trade price for their cacao. We partner only with cacao producers who respect the rights of workers and the environment.

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The ABOCFA cooperative is based in the municipality of Suhum in eastern Ghana. It is recognised for the quality of its structure, which has enabled it to obtain BIO and Fair Trade certification. By helping cocoa farmers to improve their practices and living conditions, ABOCFA has managed to overcome one of the major challenges facing cocoa farmers in the region: fermentation. Ghana does not authorize the sale of freshly harvested cocoa, and each farmer must carry out the fermentation and drying process. ABOCFA has made it possible to introduce and monitor good practice in these processes, thereby enhancing the quality of cocoa from their region.