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To'ak Chocolate Galapagos Harvest 2018 Dark Chocolate Bar - Barometer Chocolate
To'ak Chocolate Galapagos Harvest 2018 Dark Chocolate Bar - Barometer Chocolate
To'ak Chocolate Galapagos Harvest 2018 Dark Chocolate Bar - Barometer Chocolate

To'ak Chocolate Galapagos Harvest 2018 Dark Chocolate Bar

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The To'ak Galapagos Harvest 2018 Dark Chocolate Bar is one of the rarest and most exclusive bars in the Barometer Chocolate collection. Utilizing heirloom Nacional cacao beans from the protected Piedra de Plata Valley in Ecuador, To'ak is the world's most expensive brand of chocolate.

The appearance of this bar is outstanding, with a spotless front and swirled back. The snap is rich and heavy. 

In the nose of this bar, you'll find notes of cinnamon bun, raisins and earthy whole wheat, with a floral undertone. As you bite into the bar and allow it to melt on your palate, you'll notice the floral top notes evolving into rich cookie and fudge flavors, with hints of nutmeg and dark fruits, such as raisins and dates. The finishing notes are caramel and brioche.

To'ak bars are elegant, neat and clean on the palate. This is fine flavor chocolate, handled with care and aged for years to produce a truly special piece of craftsmanship. In the middle of each To'ak chocolate bar is a single, hand-selected, roasted cacao bean. It is a nod to the bar's origin. Sampling the actual bean from which a chocolate bar was made offers the taster a greater understanding and appreciation of the finished product and all of the elements that created it.



To'ak was born out of a rainforest conservation project that co-founder Jerry Toth started in 2007.



 In the lush, secluded Pacific Equatorial Forest in coastal Ecuador, between the Andes Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, Jerry formed a nonprofit foundation called Third Millennium Alliance and helped to create the Jama-Coaque Ecological Reserve, which currently protects over 1,400 acres of tropical forest. At the reserve, Jerry began cultivating cacao trees and making tree-to-bar chocolate by hand in a thatched bamboo house without electricity.



After years of honing his passion and skill, Jerry started collaborating with To'ak's other co-founder, Carl Schweizer, and fourth generation Ecuadorian cacao grower, Servio Pachard.

From tree to bar, To'ak crafts their chocolate bars with the exquisite care of vintage winemakers. As with wine, the characteristics of fine flavor cacao vary according to terroir. At To'ak, the divine chocolate bars are an artistic expression of the land and weather fluctuations from season to season and year to year. There is wild beauty in the variability, and rather than trying to tame the exotic, the makers at To'ak embrace Mother Nature's capriciousness, inviting her to offer a unique kiss to each and every small batch of chocolate. One-of-a-kind masterpieces incapable of being duplicated are the result.    

Cacao has a noble history, thousands of years long. In the industrial era, chocolate began to be mass-produced and the great respect for rare beans nearly vanished, as did many of the beans themselves due to widespread blight. To'ak's mission is to restore chocolate to its former grandeur and glory, literally raising the bar for all aspects of tree-to-bar production. Elevating the culture of chocolate to an art form is their specialty.

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  • Ingredients: 75% Organic Complejo Nacional Cocoa Beans (70% beans, 5% cocoa butter), Organic Cane Sugar
  • Net Weight: 50 g. / 1.76 oz.
  • Country of Origin: Ecuador