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CARAÏBE 66% Baking Bag

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Balanced & Velvety Dark Chocolate
66% Cocoa
1kg bag - 2lbs 3oz

Availability: In stock

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CARAÏBE 66% is a Grand Cru Blend made of the finest beans from small plantations in the Caribbean islands. Aromatic with a long finish, its nutty and barely sweet taste reveals the delicate flavors of almonds and roasted coffee.

1kg bag - 2lbs 3oz

This product is Kosher certified (Triangle K - Dairy)

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Dark Chocolate (66% Cocoa Minimum, Pure Cocoa Butter)

Ingredients :

  • Cocoa Beans
  • Sugar
  • Cocoa Butter
  • Emulsifier (Soy Lecithin)
  • Natural Vanilla Extract

This Product May Contain Traces Of Nuts, Milk And Egg Proteins, Gluten And Peanut.

Bake with CARAÏBE 66%:

Wine Pairings

Here’s a chocolate that pairs with both warm and cooler climate Cabernet Sauvignon blends (California and Bordeaux). CARAÏBE is all about roasted nuttiness, not fruit. A light earthy Bordeaux brings out this earthiness in the chocolate making them a great match. A mountain grown (Howell, St. Helena) Californian Cabernet Sauvignon would also make for a fine pairing with its more structure driven style of cassis and baking spices.

Beer Pairings

A very subtle chocolate in aroma and flavor, the mild earthiness and moderate texture will pair with beers that have these slight nuances themselves. Oktoberfest/Marzen beers, made in the spring for fall consumption, will pair with the earthy characteristics without overpowering this more refined chocolate. For a simple complement that may even uncover some hidden flavors of the chocolate, pair this with an English Bitter that, despite what may be implied by the name, is lightly creamy with a gentle earthiness and is not bitter.

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