Chocolat Bonnat is a craft chocolate maker located in France. Besides the fact that the bars are always amazing I also love that they are 3.50 ounces. I feel all giddy opening a bar of that size.
This time I tried the 75% Porcelana which comes from Venezuela. Porcelana is typically listed as a rarer cacao bean from the Criollo variety of beans with delicate flavor characteristics.
Chocolat Bonnat Porcelana bar pictured at the start of the Race to Alaska 2017 in Port Townsend, WA Continue reading “Chocolat Bonnat 75% Porcelana Venezuela Dark Chocolate Bar Review”
This review was first published in my original Blogspot site on 8-1-16.
Criollo cacao beans are rare, and Chuao is an even more rare version of Criollo that comes from the plantation of Chuao in Venezuela. It is limited in quantity, so often makers will do limited edition, or signature, bars of it. Part of the cost of these types of bars is the fact that they are made from very rare beans, and often these rare beans are more susceptible to damage from insects, fungus, etc, which make them harder to grow. Only a couple percent of all chocolate bars are made from rare cacao beans. Continue reading “Amano Chuao Village Venezuela Signature Edition 70% Dark Chocolate Bar Review”