Friday, November 18, 2016

Beautiful Chocolate From Organic Cocoa Beans






A few days ago I was invited for a dinner, which my friends organized at Haggenmacher Art Quarter Budapest. The dinner was delicious, pumpkin soup to start with and salmon for the main course. One of the guests - Kati Csiszar - brought beautifully packed dark chocolate for dessert. Guess what - she's an artist and had design the covers of these chocolate plates. How cool is that!

As a chocolate lover I was more than happy for the chocolate! These dark chocolates are made from single variety cocoa beans from Nicaragua with organic cane sugar and organic cocoa butter. The cocoa content is min. 72%. On the other side of the package there's nicely described about the cocoa:
The Aeriollado cocoa is grown in the foggy Northern mountains of Nicaragua, and it is named after one of its first growers. The produce from small farms of less than 3,5 hectares is collected weekly and transferred into wooden boxes at the community's fermentation facility where it obtains its unique character. During theprocessing, it's attempted to preserve as much of the cocoa's original fermented flavours as possible.







(FI) Jokunen päivä sitten osallistuin ystävieni järjestämälle illalliselle Haggenmacher Art Quarter Budapestissa. Dinneri oli tosi herkullinen - alkuun oli kurpitsakeittoa ja pääruokana lohta. Yksi vieraista - Kati Csiszar - oli tuonut kauniisti päällystettyjä suklaalevyjä jälkiruoaksi. Arvaa mitä - Kati on taiteilija ja hän oli suunnitellut näiden suklaalevyjen pakkaukset! 

Tällaiselle intohimoiselle suklaansyöjälle levyt olivat iloinen yllätys! Nämä suklaat on tehty nicaragualaisesta yhdestä kaakaopapulajikkeesta sekä luomuruokosokerista ja luomukaakaovoista. Kaakaopitoisuus on vähintään 72%. Pakkausten kääntöpuolella on kivasti kuvailtu suklaaseen käytettyä kaakaota:
Aeriollado-kaakaota kasvatetaan sumuisilla pohjois-Nicaraguan vuorilla. Kaakao on nimetty yhden sen ensimmäisen kasvattajan mukaan. Kaakaota tuotetaan pienillä alle 3,5 hehtaarin farmeilla. Pavut kerätään viikoittain ja kuljetetaan puulaatikoissa tilan fermentointitankkiin, jossa niihin kehittyy oma tälle pavulle luonteenomainen maku. Prosessin aikana tämä ainutlaaatuinen oma maku pyritään säilyttämään niin hyvin kuin mahdollista. 









These beautiful chocolates are made by Hungarian Rózsavölgyi Chokoládé.

You can buy this chocolate almost all over the world, check here!


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(FI)
Nämä kauniit suklaat on valmistanut unkarilainen Rózsavölgyi Chokoládé.

Näitä suklaalevyjä ei näköjään vielä saa Suomesta, mutta Budapestin reissulla kannattaa ehdottomasti poiketa keskustan liikkeeseen!






12 comments:

  1. It looks a great chocolate, i would lile to taste it

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    1. So delicious! ANd kind of healthy as well ;)

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  2. Chocolate seems to be very tempting and unique. I wish i could taste it. Thank you sharing.

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    1. Hope you can find it in a shop near you. These chocolates make a great gift as well.

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  3. Oh my.. this chocolate looks simply divine. So beautifully made and I'm sure it is delicious too if made of pure organic cocoa :))

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    1. I totally agree with you - looks and tastes great!

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  4. will do anything for chocolates so now that i know of this , def i am going to see to this. the chocolates looks yummy and tasty too. and to think its organic makes it more fun for me.

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    1. It makes a perfect gift as swell, doesn't it?

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  5. Yummy! It made me hungry now... It looks so good! A dark chocolate for dessert is an amazing idea! Love it!

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    1. It is! You might know that I love almost all kinds of chocolate but when it's organic nad has that health aspect I just need a bite!

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  6. This chocolate look amazing! I am super jealous right now!

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    1. A bit of luxury is needed every now and then :)

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