Roasted cacao nibs, a rare national variety (Alibacao), a traditional Ecuadorian variety.
Like all Mamano chocolates, it uses cocoa beans grown by cocoa farmers in the Amazon rainforest using traditional agroforestry farming (chakra farming) that is pesticide-free and fertilizer-free.
This is the content of the cocoa beans that are crushed by removing the shells after roasting the dried cocoa beans with the shells. If you eat it as it is, you can enjoy the gorgeous aroma and nut aroma of national species.
You can enjoy it deliciously even if you use it for ice cream, yogurt, cookies, salads, and cooking ingredients. If you put a small amount of sugar and cacao nibs together in your mouth, you can enjoy it as crunchy chocolate ✨