MAROU – Tien Giang 70% | Pack of 10 (50% reduced!)

Enjoy this chocolate in a pack of 10! Attention: The chocolates have a best before date of 06/23.
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The chocolate:

Marou's 70% Tieng Giang is made from rare Vietnamese Trinitario cocoa beans. The flavors are very intense, so much so that you would think there was more to it than just cocoa beans and cane sugar. The bar comes with spicy notes of red fruits, cinnamon, some spiciness and liquorice.

Viet Nam 🇻🇳
Direct Trade:
Dark chocolate
Weitere Eigenschaften:
Lactose-free, without emulsifiers, soy-free, gluten-free
marou schokolade aus vietnam


Vincent Mourou and Samuel Maruta discovered the world of cocoa during a camping trip in the jungles of Vietnam. After visiting a cocoa plantation near Ba Rias province, the two friends decided to start a chocolate company called Marou Faiseurs de Chocolate. With only a few tools, they began roasting the cocoa slowly and at a low temperature in Samuel's kitchen. With their special roast profile, the two wanted you to be able to taste the hard work and terroir of the different regions. Marou manufactures all products in Vietnam and is one of the first "bean-to-bar" manufacturers in Asia.


As the world's second largest coffee producer, Vietnam is probably not known for its cocoa beans. This is also due to the fact that the history of Vietnamese cocoa cultivation is still relatively young: it was not until the early 2000s that the government began to specifically promote the cultivation of the valuable beans in order to expand the agricultural profile of the Southeast Asian country. The impetus for this also came from foreign companies looking for cocoa suppliers from politically more stable countries of origin. In the past twenty years, Vietnam has managed to position itself skillfully in the steadily growing cocoa market. Currently, Vietnam still mainly produces consumer cocoa. Because of their intense and fruity terroir, Vietnamese cocoa beans are now also becoming increasingly popular with manufacturers of fine chocolate.

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