Guittard Single-Origin Couverture Chocolate Wafers
Exceptional Dark Couverture Chocolate
Delivering to pastry chefs, artisan chocolatiers, pâtisseries, restaurants, caterers and hotels a premium line of single origin chocolates. These four dark chocolate blends are all of single-origin varietals, encapsulating the terriors’ natural aromas.
Madagascar 64% Dark Couverture Chocolate
Semisweet Chocolate, Guittard's Partner Farm
Akesson Bejofo Estate Sambriano Valley
Sourced from Guittard's longtime friend Bertil Akesson, Bejofo Estate is located in the Sambriano Valley, in the North-West of Madagascar, the plantation produces since 1920 world-famous aromatic criollo cocoa.
Bright and tart citrus fruit intermingled with underripe berries and a dash of spice enveloping a smooth rich chocolate.
Peru 66% Dark Couverture Chocolate
Oro Verde Cooperative - Lamas San Martin
One of the leading cocoa and coffee cooperatives in Peru, Oro Verde understands flavor and has been a pioneer in organic agriculture and agroforestry.
Fresh, bright fruitiness and acidity give way to hints of red fruit and unripe mango with lingering floral notes in this single origin chocolate from the Oro Verde Cooperative in Lamas, San Martin.
Grenada 70% Dark Couverture Chocolate Wafers
Luxury Bittersweet Chocolate
Grenada Cocoa Association St Andrew Parish Grenada
GCA is comprised of over 4,000 farmers each with farms ranging from 1 -2 hectares and growing fine flavor varieties of Trinitario. Nutmeg is found all over Grenada, often intercropped with cocoa along with other spices and fruits like guava, cinnamon and plantains--giving farmers a secondary source of income.
A bouquet of an aroma of dried fruit coupled with plum and apricot notes. Clean with a very early upfront browned fruit-date note with moderate chocolate tones and mild fruit acidity. Under ripe apricot and young guava lead with a long-lasting smooth chocolate finish.
Ecuador 72% Dark Couverture Chocolate
Bittersweet Chocolate with Cocoa Nacional
Hacienda Rancho Grand - Vinces Los Rios Province
Rancho Grande has been in the hands of the Caicedo family since 1918. Mina and Gisella Caicedo are the 3rd and 4th generation of the family and they continue to ensure that the original Nacional cocoa trees remain in the farm, mixed with a variety of fruit and hard wood trees, creating a natural agroforestry approach to their family farm.
An extremely dark color foreshadows this floral chocolate taste that hails from the Hacienda Rancho Grande in Vinces, Los Rios Province. The intensity of this rarified Forastero varietal produces a nuttiness and flavors of roasted stone fruit, tobacco and tea tannins balanced with mild astringency and a soft acid finish. Floral notes with hints of dried cherries and banana amidst a deep chocolate base.
Minuit 100% Dark Couverture Chocolate Wafers
Luxury Chocolate Liquor
Guittard’s Finest Chocolate Liquor. Fruit and spices amidst a deep base chocolate; bitterness gives way to subtle floral sweetness adding a unique layer of complexity.