The Antica Dolceria Bonajuto ancient chocolate tablets 50 g / Antica dolceria Bonaiuto
When is the age of discovery of the 16th century. Chocolate was eaten by the Aztec Empire at the time, and the origin of the chocolate should say something.
Ancient chocolateIs based on the recipes of the 16th century, is made of virtually unspoiled.
Intense aroma of cacao opened in. 頬baru in your mouth and zaksachthecug and strange! Please enjoy the world of the ancient suites, delicious coffee with a bit of romance.
Cacao content suitable for a high cacao Choco enthusiasts, 65%-80% of tablets 50 g. The basic type is fun with unique flavors, such as mozia nutmeg, salt, white pepper and brown sugar chocolate.
[If the product is sold:
On customer inquiries about products than the button "size", "color", please fill out the "News email alert! "And submit. (There is a case for handling exit. ）
[Food, sweets, drinks] The Antica Dolceria Bonajuto ancient chocolate tablets 50 g / Antica dolceria Bonaiuto
For more product information
Made to say the origin of the chocolate manufacturing process, the Antica Dolceria Bonajuto ancient chocolate tablets 50 g / Antica dolceria Bonaiuto. TOHU is made of simple materials only cacao, sugar, spices, so I don't miss the smell at low temperatures below 45 ° C warm.
size: height 14 × next to 15.3 x 1 cm thick Contents: 50 g
Ingredients: cacao 70% cocoa, sugar Orange/cocoa, sugar and dried orange peel Lemon and chocolate liquor, sugar, dried lemon peel Nutmeg and cocoa, sugar and nutmeg Mozia salt, cocoa, sugar and salt White pepper and cocoa, sugar and white pepper Black sugar and cocoa, brown sugar
Shelf life: 12 months from manufacturing date Country of origin: Italy
* Non-noshi * No refunds * Size is outside of all dimensions. * You may change suddenly, producing countries, such as, due to changes in product specifications. Please be forewarned. If you are unsure, please contact us.
Keep in mind that
* Keep your less than 28 ° C cool. * For the cocoa butter without additives, lecithin (emulsifier), on the surface of the chocolate seen rough.