Marou Lam Dong 74%
Samuel Maruta and Vincent Mourou met while treking in Vietnam a decade ago and discovered a mutual passion for Vietnam and cacao. So they set up Marou, Vietnam’s first “bean to bar” chocolate maker.
This bar is made from beans grown in the Lam Dong province in the Mekong delta. It’s won numerous awards and we find flavour notes of balsamic, bread and raisins with a black cherry finish.
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Weight 80 g Type of Chocolate Maker Maker Country Cocoa Percentage Bean Origin Icons Ingredients Lifestyle and Diet Dietary Information Certifications
2 reviews for Marou Lam Dong 74%
March 8, 2016
Nice big thick bar, slightly drier texture, fruity, raisiny toasted teacake flavour, very slight roasted coffee bean aroma
February 17, 2014
Wonderful snap, lovely flavour, makes me think of bread and butter pudding. Smooth and melts nicely but flavour a bit too intense - bordering on an olivey taste which makes it taste a little odd
Energy 2476kJ/595kcal Fat 41.3g of which - saturates 26.3g Carbohydrates 47.1g of which - sugars 27.4g Protein 8.68g Salt 0.0075g
- Cocoa, cocoa butter, cane sugar
Allergens coming soon.
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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