Aristide is a cacao from Nkog Ekogo, a village in the north of Yaoundé, the capital of Cameroon. These couvertures are named after Aristide Tchemtchoua, Chairman of the ScoopsCa cooperative of the Nkogekogo plantations, which groups together 100 cacao farmers, each owning about 3 hectares, i.e. 300 hectares in total, on which 2 varieties of cacao are grown: the Forastero and the Trinitario. The harvest is done by hand and fermentation takes place in wooden crates covered with banana leaves and stirred regularly. Fermentation of this type of cocoa lasts 6 days.
Organoleptic properties: It has a distinctive organoleptic profile in which notes of tropical fruit, papaya and rose stand out. Low bitterness and astringency with a delicate cocoa note.