Marou Vietnamese Dark Chocolate
The new kid on the block, Vietnam has crashed onto the chocolate scene and is making a huge impact. Cocoa is believed to have been introduced to Vietnam in the late 1800's by Dr. Alexandre Yersin, an understudy to Louis Pasteur. His venture did not flourish and it wasn't until the 21st century that cocoa started to be cultivated on a more professional level. Cocoa is currently grown by more than 12,000 farmers who typically cultivate on plots of 1 to 3 hectares.
Marou Faiseurs De Chocolate is hands on with small farmers in the Tien Giang province to produce and ferment one of the most exciting cacao beans on the market today.
This chocolate is very limited but incredibly wonderful. It is a full bodied chocolate with flavors of dried tart cherries, brown fruits, orange blossom honey, and warm dessert spices.
This item only ships to Ohio.
Ingredients: Cocoa Bean(71%), Cane Sugar(26%), Cocoa Butter(3%)