Bare Bones – Honduras 59% Milk with Ethiopian Coffee
By Bare Bones
This is coffee and chocolate in perfect harmony. The lightly roasted filter coffee and 59% milk chocolate give rise to exquisite tasting notes of dates, fudge and cream.
This is coffee and chocolate in perfect harmony. Lightly roasted filter coffee combined with Bare Bones’s Honduran 59% Milk is a match made in heaven, creating tasting notes of dates, fudge and cream.
ABOUT THE MAKER
Bare Bones Chocolate was founded in Glasgow in 2018 by Lara and Cameron, two craft chocolate lovers who decided to try their hand making their own. The results speak for themselves! Multiple successes at the International Chocolate Awards and Great Taste Awards have followed, and their beautiful packaging, made from recycled paper coffee cups and repurposed food waste, highlights their commitment to great taste while protecting the planet and its people.
The cocoa beans in this bar are a special variety of cocoa named Mayan Red, which was almost extinct when it was discovered in 2006 in three small neighbouring farms in northern Honduras. The XOCO Cooperative, the supplier of these beans, has encouraged farmers since then to plant new Mayan Red trees, and to plant them spaced well apart to ensure the trees can live off the natural nutrients in the rich soil. The cooperative also provides technical support over the lifetime of the trees, and guarantees good prices for the beans once harvested.
The coffee beans used in this bar are grown in Oromia, Guji, Southern Ethiopia on the Guji Highland farm. It’s an heirloom variety, grown over 2000m above sea level and naturally processed. And Bare Bones are keeping it in the family with these beans, which are sourced and roasted (in their shared roaster) by Lara’s dad over at Tin Donkey Coffee!
Weight 70 g Type of Chocolate Maker Maker Country Cocoa Percentage Bean Origin
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