Solkiki – MARANON 60 – Milk Chocolate
Silver winnner of the International Chocolate Awards 2017, British National Competition (Category milk chocolate bars with an infusion or flavouring)
Silver winner of the International Chocolate Awards 2016, British National Competition (Category milk chocolate bars with an infusion or flavouring)
Silver – International Chocolate Salon,Best Vegan Chocolate 2017
Great Taste Gold Star Winner 2017
Silver winner of the International Chocolate Salon 2017 (best vegan chocolate)
The rarest cacao in the world is combined with a touch of coconut milk and a pinch of pink salt in a long conch that really brings out the natural caramel and licorice notes inherent in the bean, creating a naturally salted caramel dark milk chocolate. There is a light fruity note reminiscent of bananas and banoffee in the chocolate. We hope you’ll enjoy this soft and gentle treatment of this Fortunato No.4 bean from the Marañón valley in Peru.
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.
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Solkiki Chocolatemaker has earned over 60 major international awards for over 20 products. Their micro-batch craft chocolate is made from bean to bar using ultra-premium cacao beans directly-traded with special tropical farms.
~99% of the global chocolate trade uses the same type of cacao: easy to grow, high yield, very poor flavour profile. This is why dark chocolate is typically cheap & tastes bitter: it‘s an industrial product, chemically processed and farmed under horrific conditions. Even Fair Trade is not effective for most cacao famers, so we avoid that industry.
Solkiki assess a lot of fine flavour cacao and source the best via a very short chain. Direct trade protects vulnerable rainforests and wildlife while improving the lives of farming communities and quality of cacao long-term. As a bonus, Solkiki’s minimal-process, bean-to-bar approach creates delicious chocolate! We remove the middlemen and encourage farmers to grow these fickle trees, promoting equality, biodiversity, sustainability, nutrition and flavour.
Our sourcing principle is more than simply paying what the farmers ask.
At Solkiki, direct trade means we work in partnership with farmers and fermenters to improve both quality of cacao and livelihoods, long term.
Making Chocolate Better
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