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GUANAJA 70% Tin Box

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GUANAJA 70% Dark chocolate squares
70% Cocoa
90g - 3.17oz

Availability: In stock

$13.99

Details

GUANAJA develops extraordinary bitterness, revealing a whole aromatic range of warm notes while unveiling flowery notes and an intense flavor that is exceptionally long-lingering. 70% cocoa. This tin box contains 18 Guanaja Grand Cru squares.

90g - 3.17oz

This product is Kosher certified (Triangle K - Dairy)

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Quality

Dark Chocolate (70% 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.

Wine Pairings

Bordeaux’s left bank (aka Cabernet Sauvignon based, with a good amount of Cabernet France and Merlot) is a perfect pairing here. This strong, nutty and fruity chocolate brings out the cassis and dark cherry of the wine. GUANAJA’s mix of flavors blend well with Bordeaux’s blend of grapes. An Australian Shiraz/Grenache blend brings out a tangy yet creamy side of GUANAJA. For the sweeter side, try a slightly sparkling Moscato d’Asti from the region of Piedmont in Italy. The citrus and peach driven fruit and bubbles pop their way into the fruit and nuttiness of the chocolate.

Beer Pairings

This meaty, dark mocha, dry and tannic chocolate deserves a beer just as bitter and almost as bold as it is. A Double Chocolate Stout is rich, full-bodied and concentrated, yet will nicely balance with the intensity and complexity of the chocolate. To counterbalance the 'sauvage' characteristics of the chocolate, a Dark India Pale Ale with strong floral and citrus notes will sweeten and soften the almost harsh finish of this chocolate.

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