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Pralus - Caracas, 75% dark chocolate bar

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Pralus caracas dark chocolate bar

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Net weight
100g
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  • Description
  • Ingredients
  • Reviews5

Description

Trinitario and Forestero cocoa is used in this blended chocolate bar by Pralus, providing notes of sweet currant and hints of cinnamon.

Fruits are dominant throughout this dark chocolate with very little bitterness or astringency. Top notes of spice. Perfectly balanced and palatable to all dark chocolate lovers.

Pralus Chocolate

Pralus, situated in Roanne, France, are one of the few chocolate houses creating chocolate direct from the cocoa bean. Owner, François Pralus, produces chocolate of exceptional quality, achieving accolades from The Grand Prix d’Excellence International du Chocolat and the Grand Prix du Festival International du Chocolat.

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Flavour profile

Acidity
Bitter
Fruit
Roast

Cocoa content

75%

Cocoa Origin

  • Blend

Cocoa Variety

  • Forastero
  • Trinitario

Ingredients

Pralus Caracas dark chocolate bar ingredients

  • Cocoa (75% Min)
  • Sugar
  • Pure cocoa butter
  • GMO free soya lecithin

May contain traces of nuts and milk

Reviews5

5Absolute perfection!

Looks good, smells good, lasts good (with a fudgey taste) but the flavours are all a bit delicate for me.

Posted 24 May 2012 by Liz

5Absolute perfection!

It is hard to describe the taste as it is so rounded and balanced. It is light and fruity enough but not so light as to be simplistic, it has some depth to it but without bitterness or heaviness. Absolutely delicious and would suit most tastes.

Posted 12 May 2012 by Angelina

5Absolute perfection!

really, really enjoyed this chocolate bar by Pralus. Everything I am finding I like in a good dark chocolate. Lots of deep fruit flavours and a rich body - just like a good Rioja.

Posted 10 June 2011 by Mark

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