Sirene – Lachua, Guatemala 73% Dark

By Sirene

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£9.95

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    ABOUT THE MAKER

    Sirene is a Canadian small-batch craft chocolate maker, crafting its chocolate in Victoria, British Columbia. Taylor Kennedy founded Sirene in 2013 after 18 years at the National Geographic Society, having become obsessed with the particular and painstaking process required to make great chocolate. Sirene looks at many factors when considering a new cocoa farmer, and considers its relationship with suppliers as one of equals, working together to deliver the best chocolate possible.

    THE BEANS

    The 200 hectares surrounding Lake Lachua, Guatemala, are home to the Q’eqchi’ Maya, who rely on the traditional cultivation of cocoa, honey, cardamom, and corn for their livelihoods. They have partnered with Cacao Verapaz, the Guatemalan division of Uncommon Cacao, to centrally ferment and export their high-quality, fine-flavour beans to the international market.

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    Weight 70 g
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  • Energy181kJ/43kcal
    Fat12g
    of which
    - saturates7g
    Carbohydrates15g
    of which
    - sugars10g
    Protein3g

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    Ingredients
    Cocoa beans, organic cane sugar

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After 18 years at National Geographic - Taylor Kennedy, founder of Sirene, turned his hand to the world of small batch, single estate chocolate... Read more about Sirene

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