Monday, 30 May 2016

Zotter Labooko Ecuador 75% Arriba - Los Rios

Yes, another Zotter. What we have this time is a dark chocolate, with the cacao within having grown in the Los Rios region of Ecuador. Often you may see "Arriba" written on Ecuadorian chocolate bars, however strictly speaking "Arriba" refers to cacao which is grown in the upriver areas of the Guayas River. It's a word often used correctly! Like this time. But other times it's used more as a marketing tactic
An aroma so wheaty, with cocoa and a touch of fruit (thoughts of jam). The taste was strawberry jam, guava, chocolate-cherry-jam
Zotter's Labooko chocolate is always smooth, and this bar was no exception. I feel as if I have no more to say about this chocolate, so I shall leave it at that

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