AURO – 'Dark chocolate with cocoa nibs 64%'

Reduced as chocolate expires in October 2023.
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The chocolate:

This board is a real treasure of gold! The name Auro derives from AU, the chemical symbol for gold, and ORO, Filipino or Spanish for "gold." The Filipino company has been producing fine bean-to-bar chocolate since 2015 exclusively from directly traded Filipino cocoa beans. These special cocoa varieties can be traced back as far as 300 years! But now enough with the history lesson and get to the table: This chocolate is also worth its weight in gold in terms of taste. Strong dark chocolate meets crunchy cocoa nibs. Rightly awarded by the Academy of Chocolate.


2019 - Bronze at the Academy of Chocolate Awards

Philippines 🇵🇭
Direct Trade:
Dark chocolate with inclusions
Weitere Eigenschaften:
Lactose-free, soy-free, no emulsifiers, gluten-free, kosher
auro schokolade aus philippinen


Auro is a newcomer among the bean-to-bar manufacturers. Founded in 2015, the Filipino company sources its cocoa beans directly from local farmers who are known for cultivating and thus preserving old and special cocoa varieties. Auro pays the cocoa farmers higher prices to ensure high quality beans and improve the farmers' standard of living. Through direct contact, they can improve cultivation and fermentation styles together.


Currently, the Philippine cocoa sector is booming and recovering from the long-lasting low that can be explained by political mismanagement in the 1980s. Many Filipino farmers now dare to resume cocoa cultivation. Also because the government is specifically promoting cocoa cultivation. The Philippines were originally the first Asian country to actively produce cocoa: the first cocoa seeds of the Criollo variety found their way to the islands as early as the 17th century. Unfortunately, the traders back then were the Spanish colonialists and not the Filipinos themselves. Most cocoa is currently grown in the Davao region on the island of Mindanao. Philippine single-origin chocolate was still considered a rarity for a long time. However, some bean-to-bar manufacturers are now offering fine chocolate based exclusively on Filipino beans.

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About Theyo

As a social startup, we not only want to sell the best products, we also want to help create global trade justice. Our goal is to make the chocolate world a better place by distributing responsibly manufactured products and promoting more conscious chocolate enjoyment. The protection of original varieties, biodiversity and fair prices - well above world market prices - are therefore our focus!

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