This is a 230g bag of 100%, dark, sugar-free chocolate couverture.
These 100% couverture pistoles made from fine superior cocoa have a mouth-watering, citrus edge and a roasted, fruity flavour, a little like a fruity filter coffee. Although containing no sugar at all, made with nothing but cacao, this is quite easy to eat for such an intense chocolate, the absence of sugar revealing all of the richness of the cocoa. This is perfect for a variety of uses in the kitchen.
Why Cook With Craft Chocolate?
Single-estate craft cooking chocolate tastes better, is easier to work with and is free from additives and preservatives.
Cocoa Runners cooking chocolate packs more flavour into every single bite. So if you’re looking to improve your bakes – for richer cakes, gooier brownies and more intense cookies – you need look no further. Making the simple to swap to single-estate cooking chocolate and cocoa powder couldn’t be easier and it will improve your bakes in an instant.
Easy To Work With
Our cooking chocolate buttons are incredibly easy to work with – they’re designed to melt quickly and evenly, and weighing them out couldn’t be simpler.
We believe in keeping things natural. Just as we choose to bake with simple flours and free range eggs, we believe that cooking chocolate should be free from chemicals and preservatives. Unlike other cooking chocolates, you won’t find any mysterious ingredients listed on the back of our packaging.
Easy To Store
Our cooking chocolate and cocoa are easy to store. So you need never worry about wasting any. All our grab bags of chocolate come in resealable bags, so you can be confident that, so long as you store them in a cool, dry place, the chocolate will remain fresh and ready to use.
Transparent, Fair Sourcing
We believe in telling you about the regions and the farms our cocoa comes from. Our Madagascan cooking chocolate is made by Menakao from cocoa that is harvested from the finest producers in the mineral-rich Sambirano Valley. Menakao is one of only a handful of companies making chocolate at origin in Madagascar. It trades directly with farmers, and by cutting out middlemen it is able to pay the farmers up to five times the premiums that Fairtrade beans would command.
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