To’ak, a luxury chocolate maker in Ecuador, recently sent me their 100% organic cacao powder to sample from their new line of products under the brand name T.cacao.
T.cacao Cacao Powder by To’ak
This 100% organic cacao powder is made from single-origin heirloom Nacional cacao grown in Ecuador from the specific appellation of Piedra de Plata. Continue reading “T.cacao Cacao Powder by To’ak Review”
Sirene Chocolate is a craft chocolate maker located in Victoria, B.C., that makes bean-to-bar bars with direct trade chocolate.
Their Pure Cacao Pur set features two 100% bars so you can compare Kokoa Kamili, Tanzania and Costa Esmeraldas, Ecuador in one sitting. The bars are labeled in an easy to tell one bar from the other, in both written word and by the color of each bar’s foil wrapper (gold and silver).
Sirene Pure Cacao Pur Continue reading “Sirene Chocolate 100% Kokoa Kamili, Tanzania & Costa Esmeraldas, Ecuador Craft Chocolate Bar Review”
This post appeared on my original site on Blogspot on 9-13-16
Sometimes a gal just has to finish off a chocolate bar for lunch, and that’s exactly what I did today. I had one piece left of this Black Science Camino Verde 70% Nacional from Ecuador bar, and I followed it up with a latte chaser. Now that’s my kind of a lunch!
Special attention is paid to the fermentation process of this Nacional bean. Continue reading “Soma Chocolatemaker Black Science Camino Verde 70% Nacional from Ecuador Chocolate Bar”