Unlike the Chuao and the 100% from Chapon this is a blend of cocoas that is far more restrained and more of a archetypal 'chocolaty' flavour. On the edges it offers a fairly noticeable coconut profile along with a touch of cherry.
Some have criticised this chocolate, however, I feel this is because its subtlety has been overlooked. This chocolate isn't as acidic or tart as the other single origins in Chapon's stable. Instead it offers a more relaxed experience. One where you wish to lay back into a chocolate rather be jolted by tannins. If you try this chocolate with that mindset then you shouldn't be distracted.
|Dietary||May contain traces of dairy, nuts, soya, gluten.|
|Ingredients||Cacao solids, cocoa butter, sugar, soya lecithin|