This is an award-winning dark chocolate with 82% cocoa content from the Toledo cacao growers from Belize on the East coast of central America. With each slice you can enjoy your dive into Mayan Culture. This dark chocolate bar was made from cacao within grown by Mayan cacao farmers, who live in the middle of the jungle away from the restless Belize City. Josef Zotter and his family spent two weeks in the jungle with the Mayan cacao farmers, where he filmed a documentary on their centuries of cacao knowledge and culture.
At first this chocolate opens up with cream and hazelnut but then progresses through orange blossom, Baileys and a touch of blackberry. It's just such a curious chocolate that we've fallen head-over-heals in love with it.
Weight: 65 g
Zotter has reinvented chocolate with their giant bonbons -- the hand-scooped chocolates which are the hallmark of the chocolate company. Featuring addictive and sometimes adventurous flavor combinations, these chocolates are layers of miracles artfully made; by hand. Sleeved by funky graphic art created by a dear friend, Zotter’s chocolates are not only downright delicious, but also giftable. The company’s focal point is on variety, quality, and innovation with a strong infusion of creativity, sustainability, 100% organic and fair trade quality with physical traceability. Have some guilt-free indulgence.