The Zorzal Reserve was established as the Dominican Republic's first private reserve to protect the Bicknell's Thrush - an endangered New England songbird. It is located in the Duarte Province.
When the Zorzal cocoa is harvested, it is put through a rigorous post-harvest process. The cocoa is fermented in wooden boxes for 6 days and then dried in the sun for 8 to 10 days. The highest quality requirements are met here. This creates a cocoa for a chocolate with an unsurpassable aroma and taste profile.
Origin manufacturer: Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Single-estate cocoa beans: Zorzal, Dominican Republic
Flavors: Red fruits, black tea
Ingredients: Cocoa beans
Vegan, gluten free, lecithin free, soy free.
Made in a factory that also processes nuts and milk