Chocolate made from Trinitario cocoa
It got its name from Trinidad, where it originated. After a hurricane on the Caribbean island of Trinidad, where originally only Criollo was grown, the significantly cheaper Forastero from Africa was used for reforestation. However, some Criollo plants survived the storm and crossed with the more robust Forastero plants. The result was the Trinitario, which inherited the positive properties from its parents: the fine aromas of the Criollo and the robustness of the Forastero.