Bronze winner of the Academy of Chocolate Awards 2016 (Category flavoured milk chocolate bar) Great Taste Gold 2017, ICA SILVER for Europe 2017
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Very caramelly, balanced coffee with character and no harsh edges.
We've partnered up with our sustainably-minded friends at Union Hand-Roasted Coffee to create 3 coffee inclusion bars.
The spirit of Union. Union Hand-Roasted Coffee's original House Blend is unmistakably their signature high quality coffee. In this case it's bold intensity infused with a deep natural sweetness. West Coast inspiration brought to life in London, and one of the best-loved blends since 1995. Exquisite coffees from smallholder farms including Cocagi Gashonga in Rwanda, San Jeronimo in Costa Rica and Asprotimana in Colombia.
IN THIS BLEND:
- san jeronimo, costa rica - red bourbon and catuai; honey
- cocagi, gashonga, rwanda -red bourbon; washed
- asprotimana, colombia - red bourbon; washed
Our very rare and important Fortunato No.4 cacao is combined with this fantastic coffee. Notoriously temperamental but delicious when tamed, we hope you enjoy the Solkiki interpretation of the Fortunato No. 4 bean. Into this sophisticated, elegant and chocolate with natural notes of caramel and licorice, we add the coffee to trigger even more flavours during the slick and long luxurious melt. A delicate balance allowing you to taste both coffee AND cacao.
Allergen information: contains no nuts, dairy, wheat, gluten, or soy (nut-free, dairy-free, soy-free, gluten-free). Made in a facility that uses nuts and soy. Vegan friendly.
Each bar is 56gr/ 2oz.
60% Peru, Marañón with House Blend Coffee - Dark Milk
Harvest day on Don Fortunato’s farm is special, since this is the site of the Mother Tree. This tree possesses DNA identical to the genetic marker for Pure Nacional found in the 5,300 entry, world genetic database. Don Fortunato and his wife participate in the harvest and, utilizing machetes, open pods and assist in removing the beans. Sealed buckets with wet cacao beans are transported on Fortunato’s burro from the farm, to the family home, weighed on a digital scale and Don Fortunato is paid immediately before the fermentation process begins that same day.