Beau Cacao

Beau Cacao - Dark Chocolate - Serian, Sarawak 78%

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A chocolate bar from a haven of natural landscapes, and an area that is renowned for its Durians “the King of Fruits”. Serian is located ~65 kilometres from Kuching, the capital of Sarawak. People come here to savour exotic delicacies and the farmers’ market is filled with delicious local fruits, vegetables, and jungle produce. If you’ve not already tried it, check out their local Bario rice—sweet, soft, and slightly sticky.

Serian has a temperate tropical climate with temperatures between 23°C and 31°C. There’s rainfall throughout the year, in January when it’s the main cocoa harvest - the temperature feels cooler than what you’d find during May.

Exotic and complex, with tamarind and fresh nut flavours mingling with campfire smoke. Creamy smooth in the mouth, with a hint of malt to finish.

Beau's small-batch chocolate begins with sourcing cacao beans directly from selected small farms in Malaysia. Then they are gently roasted in the French Alps to bring out the nuances of each plantation, before being transformed into chocolate and then set in Beau-designed moulds.

This is better for the farmers, for Beau Cacao, and better for you. Taste the change!


MAKER: Beau Cacao (France). 

COCOA ORIGIN: Serian, Serawak, Malaysia. 



WEIGHT: 55g (1.94 Oz)

PACKAGING: Gold-plated aluminium foil or golden heat-sealable metallic foil, Earth pack box.


Cocoa beans, organic cocoa butter, organic sugar cane.

Keep in a cool, dry place, away from direct light and strong odors. Store at maximum
18 ° C in its original packaging

U.S. Delivery - -

This very fragrant chocolate is made with beans from Peru, more precisely from the region around the Ucayali River. This is a region that has been awarded several times at the International Chocolate Awards, but which remains little known to the general public because, despite the quality of these beans, production is still very limited today. The reason is that the coca plantation there eclipsed that of the cocoa for several years. Working with USAID and Alianza Peru to provide a more profitable alternative to the cocaine market, operator Ucayali River Cacao collects and processes quality beans from a collective of nearly 400 smallholder farmers.  

This line of chocolate products reflects Chaleur's concern for quality and transparency at all stages of production. Their particular touch lies in their choice to bet on the typical aromatic profile of a given terroir.   

Note that nothing has been added to the chocolate and that the fruit flavours you will taste come directly from the bean.

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