For the production of the white bean to bar chocolate, the cocoa powder is extracted from the fine cocoa beans, resulting in pure cocoa butter. The cocoa butter is then mixed with milk components and sugar. The result is a melt-in-the-mouth chocolate with a very mild and creamy taste. The entire process from cocoa beans to chocolate bars takes place in mostly small chocolate factories that purchase their high-quality cocoa beans directly from producers. During production, care is taken to ensure that the chocolate content is as high as possible so that the chocolate can fully develop its natural taste nuances even in white bean to bar chocolate.