of the rainforest
Cacao beans draw aroma and nuance from the bouquet
of the environment in which they grow.
cacao trees of South America flourish in the shade of native trees
and rainforest. Flavorful
rainforest fruits and vegetation return to rainforest soil, giving cacao
beans grown there a richer, sweeter taste.
by hand to dry on banana leaves that share their sweetness with the
cacao, the cacao develops an even smoother taste, unmatched in the
cacao grows in the sun, lending it a sharp bitter taste that complements
recipes with strong flavors.