Marou, a bean-to-bar maker in Vietnam, recently launched their Provisions Marou line which includes cacao powder, nibs and cacao spread. This post focuses on the cacao powder, that is 100% cacao as well as flavor and thoughts on how single-origin cacao powders might effect baking/recipes.
Provisions Marou Cacao Powder
First, let us start by considering the taste of this particular cacao powder in dry form, mixed with water and then mixed with 2% milk. Continue reading “Marou Provisions Cacao Powder Review and Thoughts on Baking with Craft Cacao Powder”
Today’s chocolate bar reviews feature three of Damson Chocolate’s Vietnamese dark chocolate bars. Damson Chocolate is a bean-to-bar craft chocolate maker located in London, England. Today’s chocolate review post includes Damson’s 70% Lam Dong, 74% Tien Giang, and 80% Dak Lak dark chocolate bars. Side-by-side tasting from bars made from cacao from a single country with different percentages, is a great way to learn about chocolate and figure out what your favorite tasting notes are. Learning never tasted so good!
Damson Chocolate Vietnam Bars pic taken in Port Townsend, WA Continue reading “Damson Chocolate Vietnam Dark Chocolate Bar Reviews of 70%, 74%, & 80%”