This 75% dark chocolate is produced in Saigon by the Vietnamese chocolatier Marou with cocoa beans that are grown in Vietnam, in the Lam Dong Province, in the famous Mekong Delta, situated in the Central Highlands between the cities Madagui and Bao Loc. The cocoa beans are fermented and dried on site by the local cocoa farmers.
This delicious bar is very chocolatey and offers earthy aromas and tasting notes of bread, blueberries, raisins, dates, and balsamic vinegar with a black cherry finish.
If you’d like to learn how to taste chocolate and uncover all its flavors, explore the Chocolate and Cacao Flavor Profile Map from the international institute of chocolate and cacao tasting.
High quality dark chocolate with percentage of cacao of 70% or more can certainly be part of healthy eating habits.