*Silver medal winner at the International Chocolate Awards 2018*
Ch’abil means “nice” or “good” in Q’eqchi Mayan. In the lush, mountainous region of Alta Verapaz, Guatemala, you’ll find the indigenous Q’eqchi Maya farmers who grow a magnificent cacao bean. Their heritage traces thousands of years, back to chocolate’s probable origins in the ancient Mayan civilisation, so clearly they have a bit of experience with cacao trees. This dark milk bar uses cardamom grown in the same region as the beans, with a bit of crunchy cacao nib added for texture.
Sirene carefully select farms growing exceptional cacao beans for their craft chocolate factory in Victoria, Canada, where they are sorted, roasted, winnowed, ground, aged and molded by hand.
A blend of Criollo and other varieties.
Alta Verapaz, Guatemala.
Organic cacao beans, organic cane sugar, whole milk, organic cocoa butter, cardamom
Soy and gluten free