L’Atelier des 5 Volcans – Réserve du Dja Arabica 66%
Royal gray parrots and gorillas, the nature reserve of Dja starts at the foot of the cocoa trees on the other side of the river. The cocoa, with fresh and vegetable aromas, mixes with one of the best Arabica coffees from Cameroon, that grows between lakes and mountains in the Noun. Cocoa and coffee beans are slowly grinded together by the granite wheel hence creating a delicate marriage.
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Tree to bar from Cameroon
From the edge of the Reservé de faune du Dja.
A pirogue glides over the river Dja. On the shore there grow the cocoa trees and they swing with the murmur of the rainforest. On the other side is one of the largest nature reserves in Africa. This immense greenness brings fresh and vegetable aromas in the cocoa.
The arabic beans from Noun are known for their quality. They are the best in Cameroon. They are ground together with the cocoa between the granite stones.
Laetitia Paravisini is a trained patissier and has been extensively skilled in the world of growing cocoa and chocolate making. She did this also in South America. When she arrived in Cameroon in 2013, many cocoa plantations were abandoned. The farmers simply got paid too bad. They switched to growing oil and rubber palms. Leatitia took over the management of two deserted plantations, including Dja, and brought them back to life. She works with twenty people on land and in the workshop. They are trained in growing, harvesting, fermenting and drying. And of course, making great chocolate. By making chocolate in Cameroon, much more income remains in the country.
Ingredients: cocoa beans, raw cane sugar, cocoa butter, arabica coffe from Noun
Free from allergens; produced in an environment free of milk, nuts and soy.
|Nutritional values||Per 100 g|
|Energy||586 kcal/2432 kJ|
|of that saturated fatty acids||26,2 g|
|of that sugar||36,7 g|