Cacaoken – White Chocolate
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This is an exceptionally rare single estate chocolate bar from Japanese maker Cacaoken. We only have a very small number of these craft chocolate bars and they will be available for a limited time only.
Cacaoken is short for ‘cacao laboratory’ in Japanese. It crafts all its chocolate bars in its laboratory in Fukuoka. And on top of this it has a farm and research lab in Vietnam. Here it grows cacao and experiments with bean fermentation. The bars all use these Vietnamese cacao beans (sometimes blended with Ghanaian cacao).
As well as plain milk, dark and white bars, Cacaoken also creates chocolate using local Japanese ingredients. Two of its dark milks won Bronze at the Academy of Chocolate Awards 2015. This bar is made from a blend of Vietnamese and Ghanaian cocoa butter, with milk from Hokkaido. The ingredients for this white chocolate bar undergo a long conche in order to even out the natural sweetness of the sugar. Rather than being super sweet, this is a white chocolate bar for grown ups – a mellow white chocolate treat.
This bar received a Silver Award at the 2017 International Chocolate Awards (American · Asia Pacific Semi Final).
Please note this chocolate bar weighs 20g. In Japan Cacaoken only gives three months’ shelf life so please be aware the bars have very short dates.
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Energy 118kJ/28kcal Fat 7.9g Carbohydrates 10.2g of which - sugars 4g Protein 1.4g
- Cacao butter, milk powder, suger
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Cacaoken is short for 'cacao laboratory' in Japanese. It crafts all its chocolate bars in its laboratory in Fukuoka. It sells in coffee stores throughout Japan and also via a caravan that Nakano-san drives around Japan (in which she and her mother, demonstrate how small batch chocolate is crafted) And on top of this it has a farm and research lab in Vietnam. Read more about Cacaoken