Akesson’s Madagascar White 43%
A luxury white chocolate bar from renowned maker Akesson’s.
Cocoa grower Bertil Åkesson’s father was a Swedish diplomat in Paris before starting a trading company and traveling the world. The family eventually settled in Madagascar in the 1970s and took over various cocoa and spice plantations on the island. Akesson’s 2000 ha estate in the Sambirano Valley in the North-West of Madagascar. The organic cocoa butter in this bar, comes from cocoa beans grown on his Bejofo plantation.
Brand new for 2015, this is Bertil Akesson’s first white chocolate and the first ever single-estate white chocolate. Using cocoa butter that hasn’t been deodorised, give the bars an authentic chocolatey flavour highly unusual in a white chocolate bar.
As you unwrap the bar, inhale the deliciously sweet aroma. Take a bite into the smooth and creamy bar and discover the rich flavour and hints of chocolate smoke.
Weight 60 g Type Maker Maker Country Cocoa Percentage Bean Origin Dietary Information
1 review for Akesson’s Madagascar White 43%
March 4, 2016
This piece of chocolate is the Performing Arts of chocolate, meaning in every palatable sense, it's taste, and flavor sang a beautiful falsetto. Rather than the milk and sugar having a disagreement with being paired with cocoa butter that is true to itself, and unplugged (deodorized), Akesson has developed a way to let these three ingredients sit down and have a meeting thus finding a happy medium so that one or the other won't be upstaged. Akessons white chocolate is definitely top spot, in line with non deodorized competitors that co exist in the world of fine white chocolates. Thank You, and God Bless/Best Regards
Energy 2602kJ/622kcal Fat 47.6g of which - saturates 0.0306g Carbohydrates 36.9g of which - sugars 34.92g Protein 11.42g Salt 0.011g
- Milk, nuts
- Fine organic madagascan cocoa butter 43% min, organic milk powder, organic cane sugar
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