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60% of Cocoa
ORIADO 60% is a unique Valrhona Blended Origin Grand Cru chocolate made of cocoa beans from Peru and the Dominican Republic.
Flavor Profile Balanced
Secondary Notes Vanilla
Hint of Coconut
In an effort to provide full transparency, this is the first time the origins of a Valrhona “Mariage de Grands Crus” are being revealed. The cacao used to make Oriado comes from two places of origin: • Dominican Republic: The island of Santo Domingo is world-renowned for its long cocoa tradition made possible by its fertile soil, which is nourished by regular rain and frequent sunshine. For a decade, we have been curating growing conditions and building strong relationships with the island’s producers to create outstanding cacao. • Peru: Our sourcing specialists selected this exquisite cacao from the Piura region of northern Peru, and they have since forged a genuine co-development partnership with the growers. This "cacao oasis" is able to develop in the middle of an arid environment because of an unusual system of irrigation channels. It is thanks to this exceptional location that we have been able to develop a cocoa with a unique aromatic profile. Made exclusively from the best organic raw materials derived through fair trade (Fairtrade/ Max Havelaar-certified and from organic farming), Oriado is the visible expression of our commitment to the quality and traceability of our cocoa.
Coating – Molding – Bars – Mousses – Ice Cream&Sorbets
Citrus – Red fruits – Coffee – Salt
60% of Cocoa
Cocoa 60% (min), Sugar 39%, Fat 39%. This product may contain traces of nuts. Cocoa beans from Peru and the Dominican Republic*, cane sugar*, cocoa butter*, emulsifier: sunflower lecithin*, vanilla*. (*) Product from Organic Farming. Certified by FR-BIO-01
3kg bean bag - 12164
Cocoa butter, cocoa beans, cane sugar, vanilla are Fairtrade certified, traded, audited and sourced from Fairtrade producers, total 99.6%. For more visit info.fairtrade.net/sourcing
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