The chocolate "Kallari" - A piece of Ecuador in your hand
Welcome to the world of "Kallari"! This delicious chocolate with a cocoa content of 73% and pieces of dried banana is a real taste sensation. It comes from Ecuador, where it is grown by indigenous Kichwa communities in traditional forest gardens, the "chakras". Immerse yourself in the aromas of the Amazon and enjoy the unique taste of "Kallari".
Kallari - A cooperative with a sustainable tradition
Kallari chocolate is produced by a small farmers' cooperative of Kichwa families in the Amazon lowlands of Ecuador. The members grow traditional crops and cocoa in a sustainable and ecological way, primarily for their own supply. With their deep knowledge and connection to nature, they cultivate their chakras to produce high-quality cocoa and other agricultural products. Cultivation takes place in harmony with natural rhythms and contributes to the preservation of biodiversity.
The perfect combination - cocoa and dried banana
The "Kallari" chocolate with 73% cocoa content and pieces of dried banana offers you a unique taste experience. The dried banana, or "ginya" in Kichwa, gives the chocolate a wonderfully crunchy bite and a slight hint of banana. The combination of the intense cocoa aroma and the fruity sweetness of the banana creates a harmonious flavor composition that will delight you. Every bite lets you feel the exotic rainforest on your tongue and awakens your senses to new delights.
Immerse yourself in the world of "Kallari" and let yourself be enchanted by the unique chocolate with 73% cocoa content and dried banana pieces. With every bar, you support the indigenous Kichwa communities and their sustainable way of life. Enjoy the crunchy pleasure and the fine balance between cocoa and banana. "Kallari" not only brings you an extraordinary taste experience, but also the history and traditions of Ecuador directly to your tongue.
Average nutritional values per 100g
- Energy 2712 kj / 648 kcal
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Country of origin: Ecuador