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One word says it all. The chocolate we use comes from a specific region. The unique taste of each chocolate is the result of a special environment, of the soil and climate in which the cocoa grows.  Add to this a method of drying and fermenting the beans that is specific to each region and you obtain a clearly identifiable taste for each origin chocolate.


Cuba (70 %): a strong cocoa taste, hints of roast coffee and spices with a sweet finish

Costa Rica (64 %): aromas of wood and olives mixed with coffee and smoked cocoa

Grenada (67 %): fruitiness of cherries and blueberries, spicy finish

Brazil (55 %): a unique double fermentation of the Forastero cocoa beans, an explosion of savours of exotic fruits

Venezuela (66 %): aromatic bouquet, initial taste of hazelnuts developing towards a fruity taste of black grapes

Ecuador (71 %): unique taste of the “Cacao Nacional”, subtle aromas of red fruits and raisins, with a suspicion of humus

Peru (68 %): strong taste of citrus fruits in the background, slightly acid finish

Colombia (85 %): particular, specific character, round, luscious bouquet of vanilla and banana

Ivory Coast (70 %): very concentrated, slightly spicy flavour, roasted notes, hints of blackcurrant

Ghana (68 %): fruitiness of cherries and blueberries, spicy finish

Uganda (80 %): stunningly intense cocoa flavour accented with a hint of earth and mushroom

Tanzania (75 %): initial bitter but balanced taste, fruity temperament, final touch of vanilla

Madagascar (66 %): strong touch of exotic wood, fruity ginseng and black fruits at the finish

Vietnam (72 %): strong taste of acid cocoa, enriched with notes of wood, citrus and tobacco

Arauca (70%): impressive cocoa taste of the highly select “Fino de Aroma” cocoa beans, perfect balance of fruity notes of bitter grapefruit, subtle sweet touches and acid hints with citric finish


Costa Rica (38 %): slightly roasted aroma, hints of olive and clove

Venezuela (43 %): accent of hazelnuts and almonds, finishing touch of grapefruit

Vietnam (45 %): aroma of passion fruit, hints of flowers and raisins

Vanuatu (44 %): tasty bouquet of hazelnut, coffee and caramel, slightly smoked tobacco finish


Dominican Republic (31 %): delicate aroma of butter, notes of figs and flowers