What’s the difference between cacao and cocoa?

Cacao refers to cacao beans that have not been roasted, or the raw material while cocoa is made of beans that have been fermented and roasted.

The higher the cocoa content of a chocolate, the better it is in nutritional value. Did you know that cocoa is also high in antioxidents? More excuse to pick up that bean-to-bar chocolate if you ask us!What is bean-to-bar chocolate?To be truly called a bean-to-bar craft chocolate, the chocolate makers directly source cacao beans and meticulously oversee every step of production, from bean selection to the final chocolate bar.The crafting process is designed to unlock specific flavours and textures that perfectly capture the nuanced essence of a particular region. This is often referred to as single-origin. Guided by the expertise and preferences of the chocolate artisan, these refined processes are tailored to bring out the unique characteristics of the cacao beans, showcasing the skilful craftsmanship behind each delectable creation.

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