Heirloom Cacao (4 x 28 g)
Heirloom Cacao Book (4 x 28 g)
The majestic Magdalena river overtakes flatlands and carves through mountain ranges before uniting the Caribbean Sea. Not far from this meeting point, you can find the community of Aracataca, the birthplace of Gabriel García Marquez.
The quaint community, with its colonial structures and tiny bridges, carries on the spirit of magical realism.
Notes of red berries, citrus fruits and brown sugar.
Gold Medal International Chocolate Awards 2015
This is where the jungle meets the snowy peaks of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta. The highest coastal mountain range in the world, the Sierra Nevada stands 5,775 meters above the Caribbean Sea. At the summit, one can see for a distance of 500 km, said to be the longest between any two points on Earth.
Notes of lime, green grapes and lemongrass.
Rio de Oro 73% (Arauca)
The sun warms the Eastern Plains of Colombia and casts a golden glow on the meandering Arauca River. Over 600 species of birds sing and watch over the anacondas. It is in these fertile river banks that the cacao trees grow to a sweet perfection.
Notes of honey, cashew and mandarin.
Perla Negra 74% (Tumaco)
Here the jungle is dense and impenetrable. Weeklong rains sustain the endless greenery. Rivers come to meet the Pacific Ocean, wich reveals unspoiled beaches and humpback whales making the journey to birth their young in the warmer, tropical waters. Situated between Colombia and Ecuador, you will find Tumaco, the Pearl of the Pacific.
Hints of woof, spices, nuts and caramel.