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The third chocolate from the series of indigenous peoples: Kuna Panama 90% dark chocolate
The Kuna or Guna are an indigenous people from Panama and Colombia. They live off the coast of Panama on the San Blas Islands and are famous for their colorful Molas costumes with their geometric motifs. The origin of the costumes lay in body paintings that were later woven into the clothing.
In each board you will find a card with a code with which you can plant a seedling in the Mata Atlantica of Brazil and thus contribute to the reforestation of the tropical forest. Enter your code at the link provided and plant a seedling. Fair Cacao is committed to protecting nature in the cocoa growing regions. Get involved!
The chocolate is very mild. It has notes of dark red fruits, nuts and cocoa.
Coppeneur is one of the few Bean-to-Bar Manufacturer in Germany. Oliver Coppeneur travels the cocoa plantations himself and is convinced of the sustainable cultivation and the fair payment of its cocoa farmers. In Bad Honnef he processes the cocoa beans into his chocolate series. The cocoa content ranges from 61% - 100% pure cocoa mass without any added sugar.