Luisa Abram – 81% Amazonia Brasileira

By Luisa Abram

  • spicy
  • dark
  • fudgy


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  • Description

    This 81% dark chocolate is the first bar of our first Brazilian maker, Luisa Abram. Luisa and her family use wild cacao sourced from small cooperatives in the upper basin of the Amazon. To the beans they add nothing but a little organic sugar, giving the true flavour of Amazonian cacao. 

    A darker version of their 70% – we detected similar hints of spice and liquorice but with a great deal intensity. The treacle and burnt sugar flavours are more muted in this bar.


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    Weight 40 g
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  • 2 reviews for Luisa Abram – 81% Amazonia Brasileira

    • Farrah L.

      Farrah L.

      December 28, 2018


    • Matthew W.

      Matthew W.

      April 12, 2016

      The melt of this bar is slow. Unhurried, the flavour builds. First an earthiness, then the dark fruits and liquorice. Slowly melting away with a slight astringency and lingering taste. The same qualities are there as in the wonderful 70% bar, but here they seem blended into a long, meandering flavour journey. Quite a different experience. It is a small bar, but a corner is all that’s required to enjoy its delights, so it has lasted for several days. A bar to be savoured not devoured.

  • Energy2695 JkJ/642kcal
    of which
    - saturates29g
    of which
    - sugars19g

    Allergens coming soon.

    Cocoa mass & organic cane sugar

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Maker description

One of our newest makers, Luisa Abram comes all the way from Northeast Brazil. The maker focusses on dark chocolate only made with cacao from the Amazon rainforest. Named after the youngest daughter in the family, this family business has mastered the talent of making great chocolate. Read more about Luisa Abram

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