Botanical Name: Theobroma Cacao
Pure bitter chocolate (ground cacao beans)
Cacao Paste is produced by grinding the Cacao nibs to a smooth, liquid state. Once solidified, it becomes 100% pure bitter chocolate.
During the manufacturing process the cacao paste is liquefied and hence it is also called cacao liquor. - Despite its name there is no alcohol present.
Cacao Paste is also known as: unsweetened chocolate, baking chocolate or bitter chocolate. In Canada and Europe, other names include cocoa mass and cocoa liquor.
Make your own artisan raw chocolate by blending cacao paste and cacao butter and sweetening with agave syrup or coconut sugar.
Our cacao is cultivated in the original landscape of Mesoamerican civilizations using sustainable farming practices and promoting favourable living conditions for local farmers and their families. It is deemed to be of ceremonial grade and can be used in cacao ceremonies.
- Does Cacao Liquor contain alcohol?
- What are other names for Cacao Paste?
- What is the best way to store Cacao Paste?
|Per serve (10g)||Per 100g|
|- dietary fibre||1.1g||11g|