VaiCacao Ceremonial Assortment Box

This Ceremonial Cacao box is ideal for those who work with Cacao regularly and are interested in discovering new flavours as well as getting in touch with new varieties and origins and experiencing the subtle energies of this plant medicine. It is also the perfect gift for any occasion!

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What's Inside : 
4 x  200g Bags of Single Origin Ceremonial Cacao Varieties. 

Cuyancua, El Salvador : 
Flavour: Intense, dark, earthy flavours initially, with upfront bitterness. The flavour notes develop into green and floral notes reminiscent of orange blossom and jasmine. 

Tree to bar, bean to cup, from the VaiCacao family to yours: take a journey with us to Finca Cuyancua, the beloved family farm, where this Cacao love story was born! This beautiful farm is located in Atecozol, Izalco, a municipality of Sonsonate at 1,312 feet (400 meters) above sea level. Fine flavor trinitario acriollado and DNA test-confirmed criollo cacao trees now grow underneath the tropical rainforest canopy, in community with other plants such as mango, banana, star apple, avocados, oranges, tropical flowers, vanilla, and cinnamon. 

Q'Eqchi, Guatemala :

Flavour: Ripe cherries, cocoa, cardamom, cream.

These magical cacao beans come from deep in the rainforest in Guatemala, from FEDECOVERA -- The federation is one of Guatemala’s leading reforestation organisations. They have been leading by example since 1976, fulfilling their mission to provide a way for farmers to improve their living conditions while honouring and protecting their culture and ecosystem.

Nahua, Costa Rica :

Flavour: The aromatic profile of Nahua cocoa is very balanced, characterised by strong notes of cocoa, yellow fruit and warm cherry aromas, combined with a subtle hint of grapefruit and full-bodied notes of caramel.

Nahua is made up of a network of 430 smallholder cacao farming families, in an area of 800 acres across Guatuso and Upala in the northern part of the country, between the Caño Negro Wildlife Reserve and the Cordillera de Guanacaste mountain range. This area is named for the region’s original inhabitants, an indigenous tribe known as the Maleku, who still reside in the area.

Masaya, Nicaragua :  

Flavour: Soft, sweet, with subtle bread and fermented notes. Initial nutty notes which develop into earthier flavours, with slight notes of wood and bitter walnut. At the finish, some nutty astringency, with flavours of soft green banana.

More than 400 producers cultivate these beautiful, nutty Cacao beans with well-rounded flavours, in a total area of 915 hectares across Matiguas, Rio Blanco, and Muy Muy. The co-op handles the delicate fermentation and drying processes in various harvest centres, and offers agricultural assistance to its farmers to ensure optimum quality beans.


100% Ceremonial Grade Cacao

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