In the lush, mountainous region of Alta Verapaz, Guatemala you'll find the indigenous Q'eqchi Maya farmers who grow this magnificent bean. Their heritage, tracing back thousands of years, all the way to chocolate's possible origin in the Ancient Mayan civilization, go into the cultivation of these cacao trees. Clearly they have a bit of experience with cacao. 

Winner of:

Bronze 2023 International Chocolate Awards

Silver 2021 Academy of Chocolate

Silver 2020 Academy of Chocolate

Silver 2019 Academy of Chocolate

bronze 2018 International Chocolate Awards

Bronze 2018 Academy of Chocolate

Bronze 2016 Academy of Chocolate

Silver 2015 International Chocolate Awards


Ingredients: organic cocoa beans, organic cane sugar, organic cocoa butter

Made in a nut free facility, soy free, gluten free, milk free (though made in a facility that used milk powder so may contain traces).

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