Marou Dak Lak 70%

By Marou

Marou Dak Lak 70%

(3 customer reviews)

£6.95

In stock

Description

Made with cacao from highland district of Ea Kar in Dak Lak province, this is Marou’s new bar for 2015. This is a smooth textured and buttery dark with a bright, fresh flavour. Light green notes reminiscent of sweet peas give way to a menthol freshness. Hints of pepper and spice on the finish, as the initially smooth chocolate melts, producing a more powdery mouth feel.

The chocolate is made in Saigon by two French chocolate makers, Samuel Maruta and Vincent Mourou and a small and dedicated local team. The Marou name – a combination of Samuel & Vincent’s surnames – has rapidly become synonymous with quality, ethically produced chocolate.

Producing chocolate from the bean in the country of origin is a challenging process. The tropical heat needed to grow cocoa makes producing, storing and shipping finished chocolate bars a logistical nightmare. Marou have overcome these obstacles and just a couple of years after they started, they’re already producing some of the best bean to bar chocolate in the world.

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Weight 80 g
Type of Chocolate

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3 reviews for Marou Dak Lak 70%

  1. Rachael T.

    Clean snap as always by Marou and a lovely hard but smooth melt. Gently grassy start releasing a lovely fruity taste balancing out the bars taste. A more powdery textured melt than most other Marou bars and not quite as bold. Lovely bar!

  2. Maris O.

    spicy and delicous

  3. Rachael T.

    Beautiful balance

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Maker description

When two Frenchmen, Samuel Maruta and Vincent Mourou met in Vietnam, they discovered a mutual love of the country and a passion for the local cocoa beans. Read more about Marou

Energy2517kJ/605kcal
Fat43.1g
of which
- saturates29.3g
Carbohydrates45.5g
of which
- sugars28.4g
Protein8.69g
Salt0.009g

Allergens coming soon.

Ingredients
Cocoa, cocoa butter, cane sugar