Lachua 73% - Sirene
In the lush, mountainous department of Alta Verapaz, Guatemala a heritage tracing back to cacao’s origin in the Mayan civilization go into the cultivation of these cacao trees. The indigenous Q’eqchi Maya farmers produce a magnificent bean. This bar was originally created as a custom bar for The Chocolate Garage in Palo Alto, CA.
AROMATIC PROFILE: Begins with notes of earthiness, finishes with a berry finish.
INGREDIENTS: Cacao bean (Verapaz) and cane sugar.
ORIGIN: Lachua, Guatemala
2015 Silver medal at the International Chocolate Awards (Americas)
2016 Bronze medal at The Academy of Chocolate Awards (World)
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