Collection: Krak Chocolade

Mark Schimmel Krak ChocoladeMark Schimmel completed his training in three-star Michelin kitchens before he finally became head chef himself. During this time Mark developed his passion for chocolate. He wanted to follow the cocoa and its taste development back to its origin.
He only ever uses 2-3 ingredients. Cocoa beans, raw cane sugar, and only sometimes also cocoa butter.
In Dutch, "krak" means to grind, just like cocoa beans are grinded to make chocolate.

He gets the cocoa beans from the Dutch company Daarnhouwer, which specializes in importing rare and high quality cocoa beans.

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  • Krak Chocolade Colombia Betulia B9 70%
    colombia hacienda betulia b9
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    SFr. 9.90
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  • Krak Chocolade Cuba 70%
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    SFr. 7.80
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  • Krak Chocolade Mexico Soconusco 70%
    Krak Chocolade Mexico Soconusco
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    SFr. 7.80
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  • Krak Chocolade Mexico Soconusco Don Moisés 70%
    Krak Chocolade Don Moises
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    SFr. 11.50
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  • Krak Chocolade Saint Vincent Grenadines 70%
    Krak Chocolade Saint Vincent a/t Granadines 70% Cacao
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    SFr. 7.80
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  • Krak Chocolade Brazilië 70%
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    SFr. 8.00
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