The cacao used to make this chocolate comes from Camino Verde, a sustainable farm and fermentary in Ecuador. It is combined with old-fashioned A2/A2 organic whole milk from Alexandre Family Farm. A2/A2 milk comes from cows that produce only one type of protein: A2 beta-casein. It is most natural to the human body and easily absorbed. Paired with the deep chocolatey notes of Ecuadorian cacao, it produces an exceptionally creamy bar.
Tasting Notes: Chocolate malt, cream and toasted almonds.
Started in 2020, Moku is dedicated to spotlighting cacao farmers around the world, and handcrafts high-quality, bean-to-bar, single-origin chocolate from raw, direct trade cacao beans. Moku’s direct trade beans are sourced from farmers in Nicaragua, Peru, Dominican Republic, Sierra Leone, Madagascar, and Colombia. Direct trade ensures socially-responsible compensation to the cacao farmers and fosters prosperity among the farming communities with a focus on integrity, quality, and environmental sustainability.
Going a step further, Moku strives to share the stories of the communities where the cacao beans are grown to help connect consumers to land and people of the chocolates’ origins. Moku’s single-origin chocolate bars each tell a different story, each with enchanting and unique flavor profiles.
Moku’s single-origin dark chocolate bars are made with just three ingredients--cocoa beans, organic sugar, and organic cocoa butter—and are also vegan, non-GMO, and gluten free. These artisan chocolates represent the finest and purest taste of the lands where the cacao beans are grown with a touch of magic from Moku’s handcrafted process.