Heirloom Bean to Bar
RAW - UNROASTED
Our latest range of chocolate is Bean to Bar from Heirloom beans. These varieties have been lost, forgotten and found.
With amazing eco conservation and indigenous supporting projects our dedicated partners have rediscovered these sacred treasures and have brought them to Cococaravan.
Because this cacao are so unique we do not roast the beans and work them in to rich chocolate that is free of additives and refined sugars. This way you can fully enjoy the depth of character and the lingering taste notes on your palette.
Laguna Lachuá is a large pristine lake in Guatemala and is home to Q’eqchi’ Maya families. Lachuá communities have planted over 245 hectares of new cacao since 2014, with the shared goal of protecting the Laguna and improving their quality of life.
Very fruity cacao with a depth of flavours and the sense of red fruit or even raspberry
Preserving the ancient Chuncho Cacaos in the Urubamba Valley in Peru
Under the shadows of the Apu Urusayhua, Mother of stone, grow the old and sturdy Chuncho trees, some of which are 200 years old. They grow at an altitude of 1.200m, which is highly unusual for cacao. Peruvian Chuncho in its authentic and in its pure form it is hard to find and even harder to source.
76% Mono Bravo Arriba
Preserving an heirloom Arriba Nacional in the Mache Chindul cloud forest of Esmeraldas. Once a landmark of Ecuador, heirloom Arriba Nacional can be hard to find.
80% Selva Tabasqueño
Grown at the foothills of the Sierra Madre de Chiapas. Fermented and dried with craft, based on a 4000 year old tradition of cacao.
This is a bean with a very harmonious profile and notes of spices, chilli, cocoa, sweet fruit and with hints of biscuit. The flavours of the Selva Tabasqueño is indebted to its lush and diverse terroir and its ancient genetic traits.
100% Selva Tabasqueño, Mexico
Un deniable chocolate. From our top bean the Selva Tabasqueño Grown. This 100% dark chocolate brings the full harmony of flavours of the bean to right. Un-roasted, so no intensity in bitterness, but only in depth of flavour.
Make a warm brew from the husks of raw cacao beans. Uplifting tea, with an herbal and light cacao taste. One bag makes approx. 40 cups of tea