Tosier Chocolate – Bolivia, Alto Beni 70% Dark
Without a foodie background, just a love for dark chocolate and all its health benefits, Tosier chocolate maker is the denouement of Deanna Tilston setting out on a personal journey to learn about and craft her own chocolate. What started out as a self-nourishing endeavour has ultimately ended up as becoming an award-winning chocolate maker. It seems that every element of Tosier chocolate elicits reverence for cacao and chocolate, from sourcing its raw beans to the reason behind the name: ‘Tosier’ dates back to the 18th century with a man named Thomas Tosier having the privilege of being George I’s personal chocolate maker.
Tosier crafts its chocolate in eight kilogram micro batches, which means that a limited number of bars are produced from each harvest; however, producing batches on this sort of scale means Deanna is able to keep a very close eye on every step of the chocolate-making process. It also means that as limited quantities of cacao from each harvest is purchased, no single batch of chocolate Deanna makes will ever be the same. That is the beauty of craft chocolate.
If you are somewhat familiar with Beni Bolivian cacao, then you may recall it being delicate with honey and orange blossom notes. Tosier’s take on Alto Beni cacao does not disappoint. It has a velvety melt with a floral character and buttery finish.
But don’t just take our word for it! Have a look at what the attendees at one of our recent Virtual Tastings had to say about it:
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