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The world’s first 4-year aged chocolate. Matured in a 50-year-old French oak cognac cask. Limited Release.
Harvest and Tasting Notes:
The idea of aging To'ak chocolate in a Cognac cask came about quite naturally. Of all the spirits that they paired their 2014 harvest with, Cognac generally proved to be an optimal partner. In some cases, the progeny of the two flavors—spirit and chocolate—could rightfully be described as sublime.
“The fragrance of this edition exceeds even our loftiest expectations. On the palette, deep notes of dark fruit rise to the fore, with a silky undertone and long sumptuous finish. In my opinion, the most sublime expression of To’ak Chocolate thus far.” – Jerry Toth.
“Oak, tobacco, sweet plum, raisins enter on the mid-palate, while a slightly acidic cranberry twist accompanies a creamy hazelnut, and plum/raisins linger until a buttery-creamy finish. Even new initiates to Ecuadorian dark chocolate will fall in love with this bar.” – Carl Schweizer.
Origin : Piedra de Plata, Ecuador
Variety : Nacional
Cacao Percentage : 73%
Harvest : Mar - Apr 2014
Fermentation : 6 days in Spanish Elm wood
Roast : Moderate
Recipe : cacao mass & cane sugar
Certifications : USDA Organic & Fair Trade TSA
Conch : 12 hours
Aging: Cognac Cask - 4 Years
Local delivery in Ecuador:
1-2 working days from dispatch
Most countries in Europe, Americas, Asia and Africa
3 - 6 working days from dispatch
(3 - 4 working days for USA)
(4 - 6 working days for rest of the world)
Does not deliver to:
Spain and Japan
To'ak Chocolate will reimburse customers for any import taxes or duties incurred with delivery. Valid payment receipt must be provided for reimbursement.
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About this brand
In ancient times, chocolate was considered sacred and noble. Then in the industrial era it was commodified and mass-produced. To’ak is working to restore chocolate to its former grandeur and push its boundaries to new horizons. Its mission is to transform the way the world experiences dark chocolate, elevating its making and tasting onto the level of vintage wine and aged whisky.