Sirene – Lachua, Guatemala 73% Dark Chocolate
Sirene is a small batch chocolate maker, crafting its chocolate in Victoria, British Colombia, Canada. Taylor Kennedy founded Sirene in 2013 after 18 years at the National Geographic Society. Kennedy was looking for a change in his life and was fuelled by a life-long obsession of wanting to know how life works. The long and particular process that goes into making chocolate became a captivating obsession for Kennedy.
The cacao for this 72% dark chocolate is grown in the lush, mountain-rich department of Alta Verapaz, Guatemala, and cultivated by the indigenous Q’eqchi Maya farmers. This region has a heritage that traces back to cacao’s origin in the Mayan civilisation.
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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