The "Kallari" chocolate - a hint of Ecuador on your tongue
This exquisite chocolate with a cocoa content of 72% and a unique combination of chili and wild cinnamon will take you on a sensual journey of taste. It is made from high-quality cocoa grown in traditional forest gardens, the "chakras", by indigenous Kichwa communities in Ecuador. Immerse yourself in the aromas of the Amazon and experience the powerful combination of cocoa, chili and cinnamon.
Kallari - a cooperative with a sustainable tradition
Kallari chocolate comes from a small farmers' cooperative of Kichwa families in the Amazon lowlands of Ecuador. The members grow traditional crops and cocoa using sustainable and organic methods, primarily for their own supply. Their knowledge of nature and their connection to the chakras enable them to grow high-quality cocoa. In doing so, they maintain biodiversity and preserve traditional knowledge about cocoa cultivation.
Nina - The fire on your tongue
The chocolate "Kallari" with 72% cocoa content and the fascinating blend of chili and wild cinnamon bears the name "Nina", which means "fire" in Kichwa. This name perfectly describes the strong aromas that this chocolate has to offer. The interplay of sensual chocolate, fiery chilli and the intense taste of wild cinnamon will set your taste buds alight and give you an unforgettable taste experience. Enjoy the hint of spiciness that gently blends with the spicy notes of cinnamon and takes you into a world of taste explosions.
Discover the tempting "Nina" chocolate from "Kallari" with 72% cocoa content, chili and wild cinnamon. With every piece, you not only support the indigenous Kichwa communities, but also their sustainable cocoa cultivation. Let yourself be enchanted by the strong aromas of cocoa, chili and wild cinnamon. "Nina" offers you a unique taste experience that invigorates your senses and takes you on a journey into the diversity of Ecuador.
Average nutritional values per 100g
- Energy 2680 kj / 640 kcal
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Country of origin: Ecuador