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Chocolate Bars
Chocolate Bars

Labooko Brazil 70% / Brazil 60% 

Austria  (Riegersburg)

Percent Cacao 
Brazil 70% (Amazonien): Cocoa mass, cocoa butter, raw cane sugar, salt.
Brazil 60% (Medicilândia): Cocoa mass, raw cane sugar, cocoa butter, salt.

cacao butter, cacao mass, cane sugar, salt
Allergen Info
May contain traces of all types of nuts. 
Weight35g (1.23oz.) 
Size52 x 123mm  (2 x 4.8") 
Purchased FromWorld Wide Chocolates  Strafford, NH 
Year Purchased2010 
Maker CommentsBrazil 70 (Amazonia): The cocoa for this dark chocolate originates from the legendary region Amazonia. It is the largest rainforest area of our planet. It is of great importance to protect this area as far as possible. For this reason we use organic cocoa which supports the diversity of species and furthermore benefits from the excellent soil quality. This chocolate from Amazonia which is mildly roasted, slowly rolled and intensely conched for 32-34 hours is characterized by a tender melt.

Brazil 60 (Medicilândia): Medicilândia is a place which resembles the Wild West. It is located at the Transamazônica, the road which extends itself from East to West throughout Brazil and divides the rain forest. In the vicinity of this windy village the organic pioneers, the family Vronski and Laercio Rodriguez Monta, surprise everyone with their outstanding harvests. At our company this cocoa with a soul celebrates its first premiere abroad as a dark chocolate. 


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Origin  Brazil
The Federative Republic of Brazil is the largest country in South America.

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