Berlingot Cocoa Tonka Vanilla
Berlingot Cocoa Tonka Vanilla
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Berlingot Cocoa Tonka Vanilla
Berlingot Cocoa Tonka Vanilla

Berlingot Cocoa Tonka Vanilla

€10.24

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Vincent Durant, Meilleur Ouvrier de France Chocolatier and Max Daumin have teamed up to offer you this unique Cocoa Tonka Vanilla Bourbon creation in a carton. It is the meeting of two skills of Ain.

One carton (20ml) corresponds to one mug or two cups. Dissolve the contents of the berlingot in hot milk or hot water, your hot chocolate is ready!

Cocoa with added sugar

Gluten-free, allergen-free

Cocoa can also be consumed with vegetable milk (almond milk, oat milk or hazelnut milk)

  • Net weight : 10g
  • Composition : Grands Crus cocoa with notes of dried fruit, floral - Tonka bean from Guyana - Bourbon vanilla from Madagascar
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  • Recyclable box and cartons : Sorting paper / cardboard

History

Plant & perfume

Cacao, a tree whose scientific name is Theobroma Cacao, was named in 1753 by the Swedish botanist Carl Linnaeus. Theobroma means "food of the gods" in Greek and cacao is the Spanish adaptation of the tree's Mayan name: kakaw.

The cocoa tree is believed to have evolved in the Upper Amazon region in an area that now includes parts of Peru, Ecuador and Colombia. From there it spread north, probably with the help of early Native Americans, through the Andes and into Central America where it became part of their diet and culture.

When Cortez landed in Mexico in the early 1500s, he discovered that cocoa was intertwined with culture and mythology. Mixed with corn and spices, cocoa was consumed as a drink by royalty, warriors and wealthy merchants, while the seeds or beans served as currency.

The Spaniards modified this native drink, replacing corn with sugar and adding cinnamon and vanilla. Over time, all of Europe developed a taste for this new drink, which they called chocolate, and soon cocoa spread to tropical regions around the world.

Early attempts were made to grow cocoa like sugar cane, on large plantations. However, since cocoa grows best in the shade of large trees, it is particularly suitable for small family farms and vegetable gardens. Today, no less than 80 to 90% of the world's cocoa is produced on farms of 3 hectares or less.

Berlingot Cocoa Tonka Vanilla Max Daumin - History
Berlingot Cocoa Tonka Vanilla Max Daumin - Benefits

Benefits

Cooking and Virtue

One carton (20ml) corresponds to one mug or two cups. Dissolve the contents of the berlingot in hot milk or hot water, your hot chocolate is ready!

You can also use our berlingots for your cooking. The cocoa berlingots can easily flavor your pastry, shortbread, biscuits, cakes, gingerbread, dessert creams.

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