70% Bolivia Ekeko chocolate from wild cocoa - Bar of Chocolate, France, french chocolate, Chocolate with sugar - Chocolats-De-Luxe

70% Bolivia Ekeko chocolate from wild cocoa

Bean-To-Bar Chocolate

70% Bolivia Ekeko chocolate from wild cocoa

Bean-To-Bar Chocolate

€7.50 *

Prices incl. VAT plus shipping costs

  • 100 g (€75.00 * / 1 kg)
  • 0.12 kg
  • Morin
  • 127-00030

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70% Bolivia Ekeko chocolate from wild cocoa

Bean-To-Bar Chocolate

This cacao grows in the middle of the Cochabamba region in Bolivia. The locals of a cooperative of indigenous peoples from the Amazon basin, the Yuracré and the Chimanes, take care of the harvesting, fermentation and drying of the cacao. The cacao is harvested, but not cultivated, but left to its own devices, growing wild. The natives had to cope with the fact that their resources for living were dwindling due to the ever increasing deforestation of the jungle. So they began to occupy themselves with cacao.

The Yuracaré and Chimanes travel by boat or horseback to the islands and harvest the ripe cacao fruit. They take them to a collection point where they are opened, fermented and dried.

The cocoa beans are carefully sorted on site and later roasted, crushed and conched at Morin, after which they are poured into Chocolate bar. Chocolaterie A. Morin has been around for 4 generations and was founded in 1884.

The slightly woody tasting chocolate has intense aromas of yellow fruits & plums, and followed by hints of honey and warm chocolate.

Ekeko is the god of abundance, fertility and joy in the language of ancient Native American cultures. The small wooden figure with oversized penis has been worshipped for centuries. The Spaniards, however, were disturbed by the provactive representation and unceremoniously gave the figure Andean clothes. The figure is considered a lucky charm, which you have to keep happy so that the luck lasts. Thus, the figure gets cigarettes, alcohol and chickens (for the right choice of bride) and other things, depending on what is desired. Every year in January there is a festival in honor of the Ekeko in La Paz, where the figures are bought and exchanged. A nice name for a chocolate.

The chocolate is a Bean-To-Bar chocolate and a single origin chocolate or origin chocolate.

The 70% Bolivie Ekeko from A. Morin is a very special dark chocolate.


Producer / Distributor
SAS Chocolaterie A. Morin, 640 Chemin du Plan, 26290 Donzière, France
Product type: Bar of Chocolate
Chocolate type: dark chocolate
Bean Origin: Bolivia
Continent of Origin: Chocolate from South America
Cocoa content: 63 %
Cocoa Bean: wild cocoabean, wild cacaobean
made: Bean-To-Bar Chocolate, Single Origin Chocolate
Made in: France, french chocolate
Chocolate with: Chocolate with sugar, plain pure chocolate without ingredients
Packaging: green, white
Sustainability: Organic quality (not certified)
customizable: sleeve, Sticker
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Nutritional values
Nährwerte pro 100g GDA*
*GDA = Guideline Daily Amount: Guideline values for the recommended daily intake, based on a diet of 2,000 kcal daily for an adult woman.
Energy 2,421 kJ
584 kcal
29 %
Total Fat 43.2 g 62 %
of which saturated fats 26.6 g 133 %
Kohlenhydrate 34.6 g 13 %
davon Zucker 30.0 g 33 %
EiweiĂź 8.7 g 17 %
Salz 0.00 g 0 %
Other customers rated 70% Bolivia Ekeko chocolate from wild cocoa

Wild und lecker

Faire Bezahlung indigener Völker für den wilden Kakao. Angenehme Schokoladen- und Fruchtaromen. Daumen hoch!

Martin am 8 March 2021
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