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Peruvian chocolate bars Tinkiy, 6 x 1.76 oz (50 g)
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Peruvian chocolate bars Tinkiy, 6 x 1.76 oz (50 g)
$32,81
THIS PACK CONTAINS
  • Dark chocolate with 75% of cacao - Kemito, 1.76 oz (50 g)
  • Dark chocolate with 80% of cacao - Paru, 1.76 oz (50 g)
  • Dark chocolate with 75% of cacao - Pirhua, 1.76 oz (50 g)
  • Dark chocolate with 72% of cacao - Willka, 1.76 oz (50 g)
  • Dark chocolate with 75% of cacao - Muña, 1.76 oz (50 g)
  • Dark chocolate with 90% of cacao - Qonopa, 1.76 oz (50 g)
HIGHLIGHTED INGREDIENTS
Peruvian cacao
 
GET TO KNOW THE PRODUCTS AND ITS BENEFITS
  • Dark chocolate with 75% of cacao - Kemito, 1.76 oz (50 g)
Most of the Peruvian territory stands out for its Jungle area—part of the Amazon rainforest. This magical land is surrounded by incredible nature, in which the Ashaninkas live, a Peruvian ethnic group the means “person” or “peasants.” Its existence is pre-Inca, nevertheless, during the Inca empire, they had a cultural and commercial exchange between the Ashaninka community, dominated by the Arawak language, and the Andean community. They are known for their values like union and respect, also, for their ancestor’s customs. Hunting, fishing, and agriculture were meaningful activities for its economy. Nowadays, a lot of Ashaninkas families cultivate coffee, cacao and, achiote for a living. One of their most important principles is respect to nature and people. They don’t believe in violence, but education is considered essential to progress. Moreover, they strongly believe in shamans known as “sheripiari” who can communicate with the forest, mountains, lakes, and rivers. Kemito is the name of this chocolate that means “cacao” in the Arawak language. The Ashaninka community created an association in 2010 called "Kemito ENE and Care" where they drive different activities and projects that allow spreading the production of cacao in communities that surround the Ene river. It is imperative to mention that this community located in the Junin region has cultivated cacao for about 100 years, yet still, the production was rudimentary, and it wasn't oriented to a specific market. This chocolate bar has cacao from the Ashaninkas cultivation which has fruity and nuts notes with a sweet taste. 

  • Dark chocolate with 80% of cacao - Paru, 1.76 oz (50 g)
The Matsigenka is a Peruvian ethnic group that cultivates cacao chuncho—a variety of cacao use in this chocolate bar—in La Convencion located in the region of Cusco.  The name of this community means “human beings” or “people” in their language (Arawak). According to historical evidence, the appearance of this community backs to the pre-hispanic times where activities like fishing predominated. During the last decades, different activities emerged such as coffee, cacao, and achiote cultivation for commercialization. Among the beliefs of the Matsigenkas, they strongly believe in the existence of five worlds connected with each other: kipatsi, menkoripatsa, inkite, kamavira y gamaaironi. Likewise, they are known for their beliefs in mythology where the moon (a male) is who creates agriculture, tobacco, and venom for fish. Like many Peruvian communities, traditional medicine has been part of them through the years using medical herbs and trusting shamans. Paru is the name of this chocolate bar which means “golden, roasted by the sun or fire”. In this chocolate bar, you might find fruity, herbal, floral, and dried fruit notes. Also, this chocolate does not have cacao butter added and it is not astringent so it can easily melt in our mouth.
  • Dark chocolate with 75% of cacao - Pirhua, 1.76 oz (50 g)
Pirhua is a word in Quechua—the language of the Incas—that means “barn”, which is a root word of Piura, a region in Peru. This light brown chocolate bar is made of cacao from Piura. In this region, cacao has been cultivated for over 100 years and it was known to be the best cacao of the world in 2017. Because of its recognition, Pirhua is made of this cacao with over 10 aromas where you can find notes of panela, mesquite, citric fruits, and honey with a sharp taste.
  • Dark chocolate with 72% of cacao - Willka, 1.76 oz (50 g)
Willka means “archaeological and adventure travel place in the Amazonas region”. This dark chocolate bar holds a mystery within its pleasant taste. The harmony in the flavors and the notes of citric fruits, dried fruits as nuts, and raisins make this chocolate irresistible.
  • Dark chocolate with 75% of cacao - Muña, 1.76 oz (50 g)
The Matsigenka is a Peruvian ethnic group that cultivates cacao chuncho—a variety of cacao use in this chocolate bar—in La Convencion located in the region of Cusco. The name of this community means “human beings” or “people” in their language (Arawak). According to historical evidence, the appearance of this community backs to the pre-hispanic times where activities like fishing predominated. During the last decades, different activities emerged such as coffee, cacao, and achiote cultivation for commercialization. Among the beliefs of the Matsigenkas, they strongly believe in the existence of five worlds connected with each other: kipatsi, menkoripatsa, inkite, kamavira y gamaaironi. Likewise, they are known for their beliefs on mythology where the moon (a male) is who creates agriculture, tobacco, and venom for fish. Like many Peruvian communities, traditional medicine has been part of them through the years using medical herbs and trusting to shamans. Muña is a plant very well known as “Andean mint”. This chocolate bar made of cacao chuncho has the name Muña since this plant is aromatic. Cacao chuncho is a variety of cacao with flavors and diverse aromas that complements well with muña—which can produce a feeling of freshness in the mouth. The texture of this chocolate is creamy due to its high percentage of cacao butter. Likewise, you can find notes of berries, citric fruits, dried fruits, and a herbal taste of flowers like jasmine. Also, you will feel the freshness of muña when tasting this chocolate bar. Additionally, the level of darkness and astringency in this chocolate is very low.
  • Dark chocolate with 90% of cacao - Qonopa, 1.76 oz (50 g)
The Matsigenka is a Peruvian ethnic group that cultivates cacao chuncho—a variety of cacao use in this chocolate bar—in La Convencion located in the region of Cusco. The name of this community means “human beings” or “people” in their language (Arawak). According to historical evidence, the appearance of this community backs to the pre-hispanic times where activities like fishing predominated. During the last decades, different activities emerged such as coffee, cacao, and achiote cultivation for commercialization. Among the beliefs of the Matsigenkas, they strongly believe in the existence of five worlds connected with each other: kipatsi, menkoripatsa, inkite, kamavira y gamaaironi. Likewise, they are known for their beliefs in mythology where the moon (a male) is who creates agriculture, tobacco, and venom for fish. Like many Peruvian communities, traditional medicine has been part of them through the years using medical herbs and trusting shamans. Qonopa—name in Quechua that means “Toritos de Pucara” which is a very well-known ceramic located in Puno that symbolizes protection, happiness, and fertility —is the name of this chocolate bar. The ancestral knowledge combined with the mystic of Peruvian valleys gives us a wonderful cacao bean that allows elaborating a chocolate bar with a high percentage of cacao (90%). This amount of cacao maintains its aroma and flavors of herbal and dried fruits notes low in darkness and astringency.
INGREDIENTS BY PRODUCTS
Dark chocolate with 75% of cacao - Kemito, 1.76 oz (50 g): Cocoa paste (75%) (Theobroma cacao L.), cocoa butter, and sugar
Dark chocolate with 80% of cacao - Paru, 1.76 oz (50 g): Cocoa paste (80%) (Theobroma cacao L.) and sugar
Dark chocolate with 75% of cacao - Pirhua, 1.76 oz (50 g): Cocoa paste (75%) (Theobroma cacao L.), cocoa butter, and sugar
Dark chocolate with 72% of cacao - Willka, 1.76 oz (50 g): Cocoa paste (72%) (Theobroma cacao L.), cocoa butter, and sugar
Dark chocolate with 75% of cacao - Muña, 1.76 oz (50 g): Cocoa paste (75%) (Theobroma cacao L.), cacao butter, sugar and muña
Dark chocolate with 90% of cacao - Qonopa, 1.76 oz (50 g): Cocoa paste (90%) (Theobroma cacao L.) and sugar

SUGGESTED USE
  • Consume directly accompany with fruits, cheese, wine, or pisco.
Keep in a cool dry place at temperatures between 62 °F–68 °F (18 °C–20°C).

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Dark chocolate with 75% of cacao - Kemito, 1.76 oz (50 g)
  • High-quality chocolate bar
  • In 2019, this chocolate bar won a silver medal in the International Chocolate Awards in Peru.
Dark chocolate with 80% of cacao - Paru, 1.76 oz (50 g)
  • High-quality chocolate bar
  • In 2019, this chocolate bar won a gold medal in the International Chocolate Awards in Peru.
Dark chocolate with 75% of cacao - Pirhua, 1.76 oz (50 g)
  • High-quality chocolate bar
  • In 2019, this chocolate bar won a silver medal in the International Chocolate Awards in Peru.
Dark chocolate with 72% of cacao - Willka, 1.76 oz (50 g)
  • High-quality chocolate bar
Dark chocolate with 75% of cacao - Muña, 1.76 oz (50 g)
  • High-quality chocolate bar
  • This chocolate bar won a silver medal in the International Chocolate Awards in 2017. Also, in 2018, this chocolate bar won a silver medal at the same contest through all candidates from the Americas.
Dark chocolate with 90% of cacao - Qonopa, 1.76 oz (50 g)
  • High-quality chocolate bar
  • This chocolate bar won a gold medal in the International Chocolate Awards in 2017. Also, in 2018, this chocolate bar won a silver medal at the same contest through all candidates from the Americas.

Brand
EN-AM003LF
Dimensions
6.5 x 2.8 x 2.4 in, 0.79 lb (0.36 kg)
Expiration date
1 year
Package quantity (oz)
1.76 oz (50 g) x 6
Shipping weight
1.02 lb (0.46 kg)
Product code
EN-AM003L07F021
UPC code
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