70% Belize + Raspberry Chocolate Bar
Bean-to-Bar Craft Chocolate from Honeymoon Chocolates
This 2.2 oz. bar is a fan favorite! Honeymoon Chocolates mastered a blend of 70% Maya Mountain Belize Cacao, added in Pure Raspberries and then Raw Honey. While the 70% Belize base boasts strong flavors of Mocha, this bar has an additional raspberry zing. This Raspberry Bar is free of refined sugar, soy, dairy, and gluten.
All cacao used for this bar is sourced at a $3.15/kg farmgate price from Maya Mountain Cacao in Belize.
"Founded in 2010, Maya Mountain Cacao (MMC) put Belize on the craft chocolate map as a pioneer in the centralized fermentery social enterprise model, and the first exporter in the country to produce high-quality, centrally-fermented cacao for the U.S. craft chocolate market. MMC works with 350+ certified organic smallholder cacao farming families in the Toledo and South Stann Creek districts, most of whom are indigenous Q’eqchi’ and Mopan Maya and who have been producing cacao for generations. MMC’s 100% Belizean Maya team centrally processes all cacao at a post-harvest facility where three unique stages of sun drying create optimal flavor. MMC was awarded an Heirloom Cacao Preservation (HCP) designation in 2014, and through genetic testing we know that the majority of cacao cultivated by families in the MMC farmer network are Amelonado-dominant hybrids and other Upper Amazon Forastero hybrids. MMC is focused on being a sustainable, long term and transparent partner to farmers and producing uniquely delicious and sweet cacao that creates real positive impact for the communities of southern Belize. The beans carefully produced by the farmers in Maya Mountain Cacao’s network and fermented by our team offer consistent, rich flavor notes of honey, pineapple, raisin, tobacco, and fudge." (Uncommoncacao.com)
All packaging for this 2.2 oz. bar is compostable. Honeymoon pledges to make an annual donation with each purchase to honeybee research via The Pollinator Partnership- see the back wrapper for more information on how to help save the bees!