Cacaosuyo – Piura 70% with Nibs
Cacaosuyo is a chocolate maker with a simple mission: to make the best chocolate in Peru. That’s a lofty ambition, but since 2014, the Cacaosuyo team have devoted the their lives and careers to seeking out rare cacao and transforming unique beans into the best possible chocolate.
This bar is made with just two ingredients, cocoa beans and sugar, with “crunch” added by including some nibs on the bar. The bright and vibrant chocolate is full of fruit with a sherbet edge: sharp citrus and cherries mix with apricot and yuzu. A surprisingly sweet and tropical dark with a pleasant crunchy texture.
Cacaosuyo has crafted this chocolate from rare “piura” cocoa beans they discovered growing deep in the Peruvian rainforest in Piura province, 4 degrees south of the equator. These Piura beans are also known as “Porcellana” (porcelain) because of their distinctive pale white colour when they are first harvested.
Weight 70 g Type of Chocolate Maker Maker Country Bean Origin Cocoa Percentage Lifestyle and Diet Ingredients Dietary Information
3 reviews for Cacaosuyo – Piura 70% with Nibs
January 29, 2021
Excellent drak chocolate and the nibs take it over the edge
November 8, 2018
This is wild! Full of flavours that I can’t describe. Try it!
August 4, 2017
110% ADDICTIVE!! The bar itself has a rich, melty mouthfeel and a powerfully fruity, nutty, and roasted profile; the nibs take it to another level altogether! They're so smoky and have just the right level of crispness to crunch...amazing. We can't stop nibbling--our family normally goes for one little scored piece each at a time, but between us we finished half the bar in a single sitting! A must-try and a definite repeat purchase.
Energy 2418kJ/578kcal Fat 37.9g of which - saturates 24.8g Carbohydrates 51.4g of which - sugars 37.4g Protein 7.7g Salt 0.14g
- Cacao mass, sugar, cocoa butter and cacao nibs
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Cacaosuyo's mission is simple: To produce the best chocolate in Peru by seeking out rare and undiscovered cacao varieties from across the country. Read more about Cacaosuyo