Fruition – Madagascar 74% Dark Chocolate

By Fruition

(2 customer reviews)


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Fruition Chocolate, based in the Catskill Mountains of New York, was founded in 2011 by Bryan Graham.

Bryan, from an early age, showed an interest in chocolate and food, crediting his grandmother for his love of baking and pastry, from whom he learned how to pick perfectly ripe ingredients and transform them into pies, tarts and jams. At the age of 16, Bryan properly began his culinary journey into the world of baking and pastry when he became an apprentice at the Bear Cafe in Woodstock, NY. It wasn’t long until Bryan was made Assistant Pastry Chef, then promoted to Pastry Chef at the age of 18. Yet it wasn’t until 5 years later that Bryan discovered his intense feelings towards the history and science of chocolate and confectionery making…

This 74% dark chocolate has been crafted from cacao grown on Akesson’s Estate.

Tasting Notes

This fruit-forward dark chocolate is creamy in mouthfeel and delectably playful on the palate. Expect to experience high notes of raspberries and citrus and a grounding chocolate flavour in the finish.

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Weight 60 g
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2 reviews for Fruition – Madagascar 74% Dark Chocolate

  1. Vanessa C.

    Intense fruit I can’t believe how fruity this is! It’s like eating raspberries. If I’m in the mood for something fruity and acidic this really hits the spot.

  2. Paweł F.

    Earthy on the nose. Very thick, slow to melt. A lot of citrus notes on the tongue. Some turn on the finish line. Quite interesting.

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Maker description

Fruition is a small batch bean to bar chocolate maker located in the Catskill Mountains of New York who source their cocoa exclusively from a small Peruvian co-operative. Read more about Fruition

Nutritional info coming soon.

Peanuts (traces), milk (traces), nuts (traces)
Cocoa beans, organic cane sugar