Premium artisan chocolate, proudly made in Davao. And just in time for the Easter weekend...
Made from single-origin, quality Trinitario cacao beans grown at Malagos Farms near Mount Talomo in Davao, Malagos Farms follows a "tree-to-bar" philosophy for their artisan chocolates. Just like their premium cheeses, Malagos Farms applies the same passion and dedication to their chocolates.
Through a meticulous process of fermentation and solar-drying, the beans are then ground to a fine 25 microns with specialized equipment. It is then roasted in a strictly controlled process with the correct temperature to preserve the aroma and flavor. Each step is meticulously done with both precision and patience, resulting in a premium chocolate that's velvety smooth with a delicious snap.
Deep and rich flavors, not too sweet, not too bitter, just pure chocolate bliss in every bite. Great as is and for making desserts, Malagos 65% Dark Chocolate is the real deal.
For more on the products of Malagos Farms, see my previous posts on fine artisan cheeses and dark chocolate from Malagos Farms at the Davao Gourmet Collective here at http://dude4food.blogspot.com/2013/09/flavors-of-davao-davao-gourmet.html, at F1 Hotel Manila's buffet here at http://dude4food.blogspot.com/2013/06/simply-awesome-luzviminda-filipino.html, and at Rockwell's 3rd Ultimate Taste Test here at http://dude4food.blogspot.com/2013/10/quick-bites-sights-and-flavors-at.html.
And here's wishing everyone a Happy Easter weekend...
For more information on where to find Malagos 65% Dark Chocolate, visit their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/malagos.chocolate.
Dude for Food is now on Facebook, check out the facebook page for regular updates on good eats. Better yet, click "Like" and enjoy the ride...just look for the FB "Like" widget on the right sidebar.