Askinosie – Davao, Philippines 62% Milk with Liquorice

By Askinosie Chocolate

£9.95

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  • Description

    TASTING NOTES

    This 62% goat’s milk bar enjoys caramel notes and a subtle salty, aniseed sweetness. The pieces of salted black liquorice on the back of the bar lend a pleasant crunch to the silky soft melt.

    ABOUT THE MAKER

    Chocolate maker Shawn Askinosie spent 20 years as a criminal defence lawyer before switching his attention to chocolate in 2005. He travelled across four continents to build relationships with farmers and figure out how they could work together to create the perfect chocolate. Now, he and his team place great emphasis on social responsibility: putting fairness, justice, sustainability, and education at the heart of everything they do.

    THE BEANS

    Shawn first visited Davao in 2008 to find a new bean origin during a worldwide chocolate shortage. Just when Shawn thought he would leave empty handed, he was introduced to one of the region’s premier cocoa bean farmers, Peter Cruz. Shawn found Cruz and the farmers with whom he collaborated had a dedication to excellence that produced consistent, premium quality cocoa beans in this exotic region. Read more about Askinosie’s relationship with Cruz’s cooperative here.

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    Ingredients
    Cocoa beans, organic cane sugar, cocoa butter, goat's milk powder, sea salt, salted black licorice, anise seed

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Based in Springfield, Missouri and founded by former defence lawyer Shawn Askinosie, Askinosie Chocolate is one of the pioneers of the American bean-to-bar movement. Read more about Askinosie Chocolate

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