Pump Street – Pisa Co-Operative, Haiti 63% Milk
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After a career at IBM, international jet-setter Chris Brennan briefly retired before deciding to pioneer the making of sourdough and other breads in his idyllic countryside bakery in Orford, Suffolk. Chris decided to delve into crafting award-winning chocolate, along with his daughter Joanna, in their eponymous bakery situated on Pump Street.
For this milk chocolate, the cacao is sourced from the Pisa co-operative in Haiti. Indeed, this is Pump Street’s first bar crafted from Haitian beans. Pisa works by purchasing and centrally fermenting wet cacao direct from the farmers, and as a result are able to sell it at a higher price for its higher quality. Thanks to Pisa’s work and focus on quality, the farmers are now earning approximately four-times as much as they would have before Pisa.
This 63% dark milk chocolate is zingy and rich. During the melt, the chocolate bursts of rich lemon curd and buttercream icing amongst a bold chocolate and caramel flavour. This bar is not too sweet, but with Pump Street’s signature creamy texture, this bar is ever so indulgent.
Weight 70 g Type of Chocolate Bean Origin Maker Maker Country Cocoa Content Cocoa Percentage Ingredients Dietary Information
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As makers of both bread and chocolate, UK-based maker Pump St Bakery is a truly unique company. Set up by father and daughter team Chris and Joanna, they really care about making high quality chocolate, managing their production process with a forensic attention to detail. Read more about Pump Street Chocolate