The chocolate company IF CACAO produces chocolate bars tree to bar with cocoa from Chuao, Choroní and Ocumare for the Chinese market.
The Chinese-Colombian capital chocolate company IF COCOA make your fine chocolate bars tree to bar with the best cocoas, with international certification, that are produced on the coast of Aragua state, such as Chuao, Choroní and Ocumare for the demanding Chinese market.
“IF.CACAO was born to satisfy true chocolate lovers”, refers the chocolate company on its website.
And he adds that his goal is to make the most of the potential of cocoa, so they only make tablets tree to bar with the aim of refining the taste for chocolate of lovers of this sweet and connecting them more with nature through this food.
Chocolate bars with cocoa from Aragua
There are three tablets that the Chinese-Colombian chocolate factory makes with Venezuelan cocoa produced on the Aragüeña coast.
IF CACAO's Chuao tablet, which has a 75% content of Creole porcelain cocoa, stands out for the inclusion of the natural flavor of the bittersweet mangosteen fruit, typical of Southeast Asia, as well as that of cherries and mango.
While the IF CACAO Choroní tablet, which has 70% Creole cocoa content, stands out for the inclusion of the natural flavor of caramel, malt and pear.
And the Ocumare tablet, which has 72% Creole cocoa content, stands out for the inclusion of the natural flavor of malt sugar, strawberry and hazelnut.
The chocolate company IF CACAO
IF.CACAO describes itself as a team passionate about the culture and refined flavors of cocoa.
This company is made up of cocoa and coffee producers from Latin America and chocolatiers and engineers from Suzhou, China, obsessed with enhancing the flavor of chocolate made with fine aroma cocoa.
Their journey through the world of the best cocoa began in 2015 when they established a cocoa laboratory in Suzhou, which was done in parallel with their approach to cocoa production cooperatives in Colombia and Venezuela, in search of superior varieties with a high percentage of cocoa. creole genetics.
"It has been a fascinating journey to discover the rare local varieties of criollos and trinitarios, the fine flavors that need the greatest care and are perfectly preserved in each chocolate bar," the company says on its website.