Beau Cacao is a handcrafted chocolate maker in London, England that has recently launched their bars. Founded by both Bo San Cheung, and Thomas Delcour, Beau Cacao makes bean to bars from Malaysian cacao beans. Their focus is on making fine chocolate bars with a direct link from growers to consumers, working with small-scale growers, and maintaining transparency of the product.
I ordered this 2014 harvest 73% Asajaya Malaysia dark chocolate bar (200 of 4,500 bars) from the Beau Cacao website (http://www.beaucacao.com/) Continue reading “Beau Cacao 73% 2014 Asajaya Malaysia Dark Chocolate Bar Review”
Original Beans Piura Porcelana Bar Pic Taken by Victoria Cooksey at Alexander’s Castle, Fort Worden, Port Townsend, WA
This Piura Porcelana 75% dark chocolate bar made with rare white cacao from the Piura River Valley, Peruvian Andes is my new favorite Porcelana bar thus far! Continue reading “Original Beans Piura Porcelana 75% Dark Chocolate Bar”
I’ve been wanting to try Chocolate Tree’s Whisky Nibs 69% dark chocolate bar since last year, and I’m happy to report I’ve not been disappointed.
Chocolate Tree is a bean to bar maker located in Scotland. Continue reading “Chocolate Tree Whisky Nibs Dark Chocolate Bar Review”