Michel Cluizel Single Plantation Couverture Chocolate

Single Origin Cacao

Michel Cluizel’s Plantation Chocolates are made from high quality cocoa beans sourced from an individual plantation. This allows them to create exceptional chocolates that embody the character of a unique terroir. Working in partnership with farmers, they develop the different stages in processing the cocoa beans (fermentation, drying) before roasting them ourselves at their workshops in Normandy. The aromatic profile of the Plantation Chocolates reflects their single origin, the expertise of the farmers and the roasting skills of the Manufacture.

Michel Cluizel Plantation Couverture Chocolate

Plantation Mangaro 65% Dark Couverture Chocolate Mini Grammes®

Single-Estate Chocolate from Madagascar

In Africa, the norest-west island of Madagascar, the Mangaro Plantation lies in the rich valley of the Sambirano River. Some of the particular aromas of this cocoa come from the tropical climate tempered by the influence of the Indian Ocean. The name of the Mangaro plantation refers to the vast mango forest that stood there before the cocoa trees were planted.

The beans from this plantation produce an outstanding flavored chocolate which combines notes of exotic fruits, gingerbread, and citrus fruits.

Michel Cluizel Mangaro Madagascar 65% Dark Couverture Chocolate Mini Grammes®
Michel Cluizel Mangaro Madagascar 50% Milk Couverture Chocolate Mini Grammes®

Plantation Mangaro 50% Milk Couverture Chocolate Mini Grammes®

Dark Milk Chocolate with Cocoa from Madagascar

Exclusively made with light beans with typicity, this first world wide 50% milk plantation chocolate harmoniously combines notes of caramel, exotic fruits, gingerbread and honey.

Plantation Mokaya 66% Organic Dark Couverture Chocolate Mini Grammes®

Where Chocolate, or “Kakawa” Originated

The Mokaya Plantation is situated in the Chiapas region, the cradle of cocoa, which extends to the border of Guatemala. Almost 2000 years before this era, the Mokaras, an indigenous fishermen people, were fond of the drink made from cocoa pulp or seeds: the first “chocolate” in the world, called, “kakawa”

People in this plantation located in the Mexican region of Chiapas perpetuate the ancient indigenous tradition by producing unequalled cocoa beans. In the mouth, powerful notes of cocoa and fruits turn in a second time into dried fruits flavor.

Michel Cluizel Mokaya Mexico 66% Dark Couverture Chocolate Mini Grammes®
Michel Cluizel Los Anconès Dominican Republic 67% Dark Couverture Chocolate Mini Grammes®

Plantation Los Anconès 67% Organic Dark Couverture Chocolate Mini Grammes®

Certified Organic Chocolate from the Dominican Republic

In the heart of the Caribbean, to the west of San Francisco de Macoris, the Los Anconès Plantation, situated at the center of the island at a slight altitude, benefits from the abundant warm rains brought by the trade winds. Since 1903, the Rizek family has cultivated cocoa beans, under the protection of the palm trees, using no pesticides.

The long processed beans of this plantation consecutively reveal their aromas of liquorice stick, red berries and green olives.

Plantation Vila Gracinda 67% Dark Couverture Chocolate Mini Grammes®

Single-Estate Chocolate from São Tomé

Located in the Gulf of Guinea in Africa, Sao Tome is a small island on the equator. Its volcanic soil and equatorial climate are so fitting for cocoa trees, Sao Tome is nicknamed, “chocolate island.” The nearby Atlantic Ocean sprays the Vila Gracinda Plantation beans with a hint of iodine.

Lingering spice and herbaceous notes characterize this much aromatic chocolate made of cocoa beans grown on an abundant, volcanic and sea soil.

Michel Cluizel Vila Gracinda São Tomé 67% Dark Couverture Chocolate Mini Grammes®
Michel Cluizel La Laguna Guatemala 70% Dark Couverture Chocolate

Plantation La Laguna 70% Dark Couverture Chocolate Mini Grammes®

Single-Estate Chocolate from Alta Verapaz, Guatemala

Plantation La Laguna is nestled in the mountainous forest of Alta Verapaz, central Guatemala. The Rio Cahabon waterway crosses the 4,800ha plantation on its way to La Laguna lake. Water, the source of life, irrigates this natural and protected land, where cocoa trees are grown on the mountainsides at between 475-600 meters above sea level.

This dark chocolate bar, 70% cocoa from Plantation La Laguna nestled in the mountainous forest of Alta Verapaz central Guatemala, offers the tasting notes of plum, roasted cocoa, apple cooked in butter, licorice, tropical pepper, and minty notes.

Plantation La Laguna 47% Dark Milk Couverture Chocolate Mini Grammes®

With Guatemalan Cacao

This dark milk chocolate constains 47% cocoa from Plantation La Laguna, which is nestled in the mountainous forest of Alta Verapaz central Guatemala. The blend offers the tasting notes of cappuccino, hot chocolate, hazelnut, butterscotch, and intense cocoa notes.

Michel Cluizel La Laguna Guatemala 47% Milk Couverture Chocolate
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