% of main ingredient
62% of Cocoa
Macaé 62% is characterized by powerful chocolate taste with notes of dried apricot, roasted cocoa bean and black tea, en hanced with a delicately bitter finish.
Flavor Profile Fruity
Secondary Notes Grilled Dried Fruit
Hint of Dark TeaProduct Information
Eastern Brazil is home to one of the world's richest ecosystems. The Atlantic Forest stretches along the eastern coast and is classified as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. Thriving in the humid coastal regions, this fertile land is where Brazilian farmers have planted Forasteros cacao trees selected through the ages from ancient varieties. The product of long fermentation and slow drying, Valrhona chose this cocoa to create this Grand Cru de Terroir called MACAÉ Pure Brazil. MACAÉ is distinctive for being exceptionally creamy that gives it a fresh and refined taste.
M. LIBÂNIO AGRÍCOLA S.A
13°44’36.1”S / 39°29’24.8”W
Coating – Molding – Bars – Mousses – Cremeux&Ganaches – Ice Cream&Sorbets
62% of Cocoa
Sugar 37%, Fat 38%
3kg bean bag - 6221
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