How is our cocoa born?
Trees, native creole varieties. Located in the Apurímac River Valley and Ene Vraem region. Recognized for being special cocoas for their sensory profile, body and texture for fine estuary chocolate.
From the field to your house
4 things you should know about our cocoa
The cocoa plantations, owned by the members of the Valle Río Apurímac Coffee Agricultural Cooperative, date mostly from 30 to 40 years ago, these are native to the area of the Valle de los Ríos Apurímac and Ene
Promising clones of the VRAEM, with special characteristics, such as: VRAE 99 (“Cacao ganzo”), VRAE 94, VRAE 81, VRAE 15, VRAE 44, VRAE 2, Bella Vista and others.
Sweet, banana flavor, walnut, dried fruit, chilli, fresh fruit, melon, floral, broom, pepper species, clove, among others.
The production in the Agricultural Units is carried out in compliance with the principles of the Organic Production standards