Meso Cacao

Central American Couverture & Nibs

Meso Cacao is a new fine chocolate which specializes in Central American cacao, as well as direct trade relationships with the cocoa farmers. The company even takes it a step further in listing the pricing paid to the farmers, while encapsulating the central-American cacao’s flavor profile. Using Trinitario cacao grown in Mayan soil, the only ingredients used are cacao nibs, cocoa butter, cane sugar, and sometimes non-GMO sunflower lecithin. Meso Cacao also pays farmers 41%-149% higher rates than market alternatives.

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Meso Cacao Chimel Guatemala 69% Dark Couverture Chocolate Coins Map-min

Chimel Guatemala 69% Dark Chocolate Couverture Discs

(K’iche’) Citric Tang

Lively citric tang followed by rich, almost buttery, cocoa flavor.

Cacao beans are sourced from a farm in the cloud forest community of Laj Chimel owned by 12Tree, a company focused on sustainable agriculture and agroforestry projects that create positive and measurable social and environmental impact. Meso Cacao is excited to be partnered with them.

Viscosity: 126 MacMichael (3,700cP). Medium side of thin. Good for enrobing, solid molding, panning, and hand dipping.

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Pico Bonito Honduras 70% Dark Couverture Chocolate Discs

Floral & Earthy

Tasting notes: Floral approach, herbal. Earthly, green apple, lime. Strong cocoa finish

Cacao beans for this chocolate are collected in the north central part of Honduras near Pico Bonito National Park named for the mountain (beautiful peak) that bears its name. This area is very popular for birdwatching, rafting, kayaking and hiking, and is a part of the Mesoamerican Biological Corridor.

Cacao beans are purchased from the Honduras Foundation for Agricultural Research (FHIA), a nonprofit dedicated to helping improve the lives of farmers.

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Meso Cacao Matagalpa Nicaragua 70% Dark Couverture Chocolate Coins Map-min

Matagalpa Nicaragua 70% Dark Couverture Chocolate Coins

Red Fruits & Smooth

Notes of dark red fruits, raisins with a nice smooth cocoa finish.

Cacao beans for this chocolate are grown in the Matagalpa department of north central Nicaragua near the continental divide between the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea. This region is increasingly popular with ecotourists because of its beauty and biodiversity. Originally it was home to the Matagalpa Indians whose language was spoken until 1875. This fertile area is known for its great coffee, vegetables, and flowers.

Meso Cacao’s farmers are paid dry equivalent rate of $2.37/kg for fresh wet babba (cacao seeds/beans) in a local market that paid $1.53/kg for dried unfermented beans – an increase of 55% without the added labor of drying beans.

Medium side of thin. ~3,700cP (125 MacMichael). Good for enrobing, solid molding, panning, and hand dipping.

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Usulután El Salvador Dark Couverture Chocolate Coins

80% & 97% Cacao Options with Intense Aroma

Intense aroma. Mild, nutty, cocoa flavors. Black tea and berry notes.

Cacao beans are sourced from a single plantation established more than 100 years ago in the lush loamy soil near the warm coastal lands of the Pacific in El Salvador. This plantation is located near UNESCO’s Xirihualtique-Jiquilisco Biosphere Reserve. Read more here: Xirihualtique-Jiquilisco Biosphere Reserve, El Salvador

Prices paid for cacao beans are ~230% of world market

Viscosity: 126 MacMichael (3,700cP). Medium side of thin. Good for enrobing, solid molding, panning, and hand dipping.

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Panama Red 70% Dark Couverture Chocolate Coins

Healthy Indulgence

Light red fruit in deep cocoa.

Makes you feel good for a different reason than the Panama Red of the 70’s. This single origin chocolate only has 4 grams of sugar in a one ounce serving and includes healthy for you prebiotic, chicory root inulin as an ingredient. Who says decadent and delicious can’t also be low sugar?

Cacao beans are sourced from the Cacao Co-operative of Bocatoreña (CACABO), an organization of 1,500 small-scale cacao farmers consisting primarily of Naso and Ngöbe peoples. It is the oldest co-operative in Panama and located in the Bocas del Toro province of Panama near the Amistad International Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site and the largest nature reserve in Central America.

Medium side of thin. ~3,700cP (125 MacMichael). Good for enrobing, solid molding, panning, and hand dipping.

Khaki Pants 64% Dark Couverture Chocolate Coins

Mixed-Origin of Panama, Honduras & Nicaragua

This blend of Mesoamerican beans “goes with everything”.

Luxuriously simple and easy to eat. Designed to be the perfect wrapper for your chocolate art.

Medium side of thin. ~3,700cP (125 MacMichael). Good for enrobing, solid molding, panning, and hand dipping.

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