Soklet – Anamalai, India 70% Dark Chocolate

By Soklet

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A wonderfully rich Indian dark chocolate, this 70% bar contains bright fruity notes and subtly spiced hints of nuts.

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This 70% dark chocolate bar from India contains a delightful combination of bright fruity-sweetness and acidity. Rich with hints of nuts and coffee, it’s a great example of all that Indian chocolate has to offer.


In 2015, brothers-in-law Karthikeyan Palaniswamy and Harish Manoj Kumar decided over a few drinks that they would become India’s first ever tree-to-bar chocolate maker. Harish’s family has been growing cocoa on Regal Plantation since 2005, primarily as an “intercrop” to boost the farm’s healthy diversity, and then later as a valuable product in its own right. But they felt it wasn’t getting the recognition its beautiful flavour profile deserved. So they set out to change that – by producing bars full of flavour and brimming with quality.


Every bean in Soklet’s bars started life on their plantations in the foothills of the Anamalai, close to the Indira Gandhi wildlife sanctuary in southern India. Grown without pesticides among the plantation’s other crops – coconut, pepper, nutmeg, and banana – this special Indian cocoa benefits from the diversity of wildlife and assumes a wonderfully nuanced flavour profile, holding onto the subtle aromas from its neighbouring plants.

This bar was featured in our February 2021 subscription box. You can see what Spencer and Mika had to say about it in the video below:

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Weight 50 g

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1 review for Soklet – Anamalai, India 70% Dark Chocolate

  1. Andrew S.

    Not good. Waxy and a fusty taste.

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Maker description

Energy2226kJ / 532kcal
of which
- saturates8.5g
Peanuts (traces), soybeans (traces), milk (traces), nuts (traces)
Cacao beans, cane sugar