Chocolanté Dark Bittersweet

Bittersweet dark chocolate with notes of fruity raisins and smoked cocoa as well as a hint of sweetness with 58% cocoa content.

  • Real chocolate made from sustainably sourced cocoa beans
Customer advantages
  • Only available to professionals
  • Unique products born of continuous innovation
  • Added-value chocolate solutions
  • Sustainable solutions
Consumer advantages
  • Great tasting real chocolate
  • A consistent quality
  • Sustainable solutions

The finest cocoa beans are carefully selected to make pure Chocolanté chocolate, and its undeniable, wonderful taste. To create Chocolanté’s outstanding quality we put all our passion and expertise into it, focusing on traditional chocolate-making techniques and the selection of the finest raw materials. Chocolanté can be used in all local mainstream market applications - including patisserie, bakery and chocolate-making.

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