Guanaja Cocoa Nibs Dark Chocolate Bar 70%


Guanaja Cocoa Nibs Dark Chocolate Bar 70%

The name Guanaja is a tribute to the first cocoa beans given to the first explorers who landed on Guanaja Island in 1502. Guanaja's balance and bitterness extend harmoniously into toasted notes of cocoa nibs

  • In 1986, Valrhona created the world’s most bitter chocolate, instantly setting a new benchmark for the industry. To create Guanaja’s unique flavour, Valrhona formulated a complex blend of the aromatic profiles found in classic cocoas from Trinidad, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Ghana, Ivory Coast and Madagasca
  • A subtle fusion of fruity and citrusy notes from Grand Cru Manjari and the fruity sweetness of orange
  • Ingredients: Cocoa 73% (min), Sugar 25%, Fat 42%
  • This product may contain traces of nuts and gluten
  • Size: 120g Bar

About Valrhona

As a partner to taste artisans since 1922, a pioneer and a leader in the world of chocolate, Valrhona imagines the best of chocolate at every stage of its value chain to create a fair, sustainable cocoa industry and inspire gastronomy that looks, tastes and does good

The future of cocoa lies in the plantation, which is why they make an on-the-ground commitment alongside their cocoa producer partners. They invest to improve local communities’ well-being and to create the cocoa culture of the future. With Valrhona, everyone has a role to play in cocoa’s sustainable development

Valrhona is constantly pushing back the limits of creativity to expand ethical chocolate’s aromatic palette and spark the next revolution. This approach was what brought about Guanaja (the most bitter chocolate in the world when it was launched in 1986) ,Dulcey blond chocolate (chocolate’s fourth colour) and Inspiration, the first ever fruit couverture.


You may also like

Recently viewed items