We take Malaysian cacao, grade it by hand to make sure it's great, and add as little cane sugar as necessary.
That's it. Simple, good ingredients make tasty chocolate.
Speciality chocolate grown and made in Malaysia
We've been on a mission to make great tasting chocolate from Malaysian cacao. In the process, we've visited farmers from the North to the South and as far East as Tawau in Borneo. We've also conducted many experiments in sorting, grading, fermentation and production. And we've loved eating all of the results.
We use the same high quality chocolate for each of our bars. We're proud of our chocolate and don't dilute it with cheap milk or sugar.
In addition to the 72% chocolate bar - the purists' favourite, we have:
Artisan Roast Coffee - Cocoa Nibs - Kedah Chilli - Cranberry & Almond
It's dark chocolate in a cup.
The measure of a good hot chocolate, a lactose intolerant friend of mine used to say, is how good it tastes when made with water. Our drinking chocolate is made from the same chocolate as our 72% bars, but through cunning manipulation of the crystals (yes, there is such a thing as chocolate crystals!), we've made it easier to mix into a drink.
Made with hot milk or water, it's delicious.
100% cacao sound a little too bitter to you? We grind cacao nibs with sugar to make chocolate.
nibs + sugar = our chocolate
Cacao nibs are the essence of chocolate and they are very healthy for you. Our ones are roasted much lighter than the nasty ones that you've tried before, so they're not as bitter, and are delicious sprinkled on muesli, cakes, yoghurt or simply as a snack.
All the winnowing that we do to get the cocoa nibs leaves us with lots of leftover cocoa husks.
So what do we do with the cocoa husks? We use it to make chocolate tea!
You should try it, and let the taste surprise you!