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HOLIDAY BREAK | All orders will be dispatched Thursday 12th August

Pink Sea Salt 71% - Dark Chocolate

by RAAKA
€5,95

A fruity, complex salted dark chocolate to end all salted dark chocolates. Made with single-origin cacao from Zorzal Cacao, a farm and fermentary within a bird sanctuary in the Dominican Republic, and sprinkled with Peruvian pink salt sourced from Salt of The Earth Co. We think New York Magazine said it best: this bar has a “deep, dark, mysterious flavor with hints of cherry; and a finish as long as a David Foster Wallace footnote.”

Origin:
Zorzal Cacao, Dominican Republic

CACAO CONTENTS 
71%

PROPERTIES
  • Vegan 
  • Direct & transparent Trade
  • Gluten-free
  • Kosher
  • Non-GMO project verified Organic
  • Soy-free
  • Unroasted (RAW)
  • 51g
INGREDIENTS

Organic cacao beans, organic cane sugar, organic maple sugar, organic cacao butter, Peruvian pink sea salt

ABOUT THE BRAND

In a former warehouse in Brooklyn, New York two young guys make progressive chocolate. In the past few years, the number of bean-to-bar makers has risen fast. In 2010 Ryan Cheney and Nate Hodge were daring enough to start their own chocolate brand and next to this they had the courage to put traditional recipes to the test. Today they make price winning chocolates.

Cheney took a year off to learn how to make chocolate. Together with Hodge, he found a method to turn unroasted (virgin) cocoa into their own Raaka bars. Raaka never stops pioneering. They will mature cocoa in old Whiskey barrels or combine chocolate with the flavor of Chinese Chai: the boundaries of traditional flavors get tested.

At Raaka, they also believe that their process should value the community of growers, producers, and makers whose livelihoods depend on cacao and chocolate. It takes an entire village of individuals, literally stretching across cultures and continents, to make every delicious bar.

What makes Raaka so different and unique from any other chocolate makers is their model of Transparant Trade. This means they:

  • Purchase directly from cooperatives and grower organizations that focus on quality, sustainability, field support, market access, and premium prices for farmers.
  • Purchase cacao at stable, premium prices that are higher than the commodity market and Fair Trade prices and protected from market fluctuations
  • Offer transparent pricing, they publish each transaction on their website for verification and accountability