Le Chocolat des Francais

Le Marin Tatoué Organic Extra Dark 71% Chocolate and Salt 80g Bar

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A muscular sailor as an appetizer! Discover this organic extra dark chocolate 71% with a slight bitterness and some iodized notes. The salty touch that comes afterward will sublime your testing experience! 

It’s near Avignon that our delightful organic chocolate bars are handcrafted. After touring all around France, Le Chocolat des Francais have found the best artisan with who they now closely collaborate to develop their recipes. Because it’s a family business, this expert has inherited of his specific know-how, which is transmitted from one generation to the next.

Everything starts from the cocoa beans: Le Chocolat have chosen to work with beans coming from Ecuador and Peru. This type of cocoa is exclusively dedicated for “grand cru” chocolate! Like wine, its environment and climate allow the cocoa to develop amazing flavours. All this in the respect of sustainable agriculture.

Le Chocolat follow the same principles for each ingredient added in their chocolate recipes. They are all natural and selected by a high quality sourcing, and thus participate to enhance these fantastic recipes! 

Thanks to all these choices Le Chocolat have made to respect the environment, from the raw material to the handcrafted production, they have been certified: « Pure cocoa butter ; « AB organic » and « Europ organic agriculture ». Bravo!

Fall for this organic extra dark chocolate 71% with a slight bitterness and some iodized notes. The salty touch that comes afterward will sublime your testing experience! 

Ingredients

Cocoa mass* (68.79%), red cane sugar* (25.42%), cocoa butter* (5.48%), Camargue salt flower.

*Product from organic farming, certified per FR-BIO-01.

May contain traces of gluten, egg, soy, peanuts and nuts.

The Artist

Joel Burden

France makes him think about local « Pâtisseries » and « Boulangeries », where he used to eat warm baguettes and “flans pâtissiers” during his childhood.