What does the cocoa content say about the chocolate?
The higher the cocoa content, the more pure the chocolate. However, it should be raw, heavily de-oiled and without additives - even without added sugar and especially cane sugar. That is why the cocoa content in our chocolate chips is 70%.
What is inulin?
Inulin is a water-soluble dietary fiber. It is obtained from natural chicory.
What are cocoa nibs?
These are crushed cocoa beans and thus a very original form of cocoa. They are first peeled and then broken into small pieces. During drying, a chocolaty taste with a tart aroma develops. They assimilate the chocolate flavor, also in terms of the happiness feeling.
What is rice sirup?
Rice sirup is made from cooked rice. It has less calories than white cane sugar and barely contains any fructose.
What is ceylon cinnamon?
There are 2 common types of cinnamon - ceylon and cassia. In most supermarkets and products you can find the cheaper cassia cinnamon. Unfortunately, this type contains more coumarin, which is known to be harmful for our kidneys, liver and lungs. I therefore always use the high quality (but unfortunately more expensive) ceylon cinnamon, as it contains only very little coumarin.
Why do we use coconut blossom sugar?
Coconut blossom sugar is extracted from the blossoms of the coconut palm and is an alternative to white cane sugar. You can use it just like cane sugar. It has the advantage of a particularly pleasant and soft sweetness. Coconut blossom sugar gives your products and dishes a delicious caramel taste. For us, this is one reason why we only use sugar from the coconut blossom in our products.
What is the difference between cocoa butter and butter made from milk?
Cocoa butter is made from cocoa fat instead of cow’s milk. There is a smaller carbon footprint and it is an important part of why chocolate is so delicious :)
Where are your products eco-certified?
Eco-Inspection Centre: DE-ÖKO-006
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