There is no need to buy Belgian or Swiss chocolates because Davao also produces world-class chocolates. We found this Cacao de Davao when we went to Abreeza Mall in Davao today. I was really fascinated with their products. They even have free tastes which include mint cocoa and varying percentage of dark cocoa. Cocoa or Tablea is defined as ground roasted nibs from pure fermented cacao beans. It is made sure that there are no preservatives and/or additives. This pure cocoa is then molded into desired shapes – blocks, balls or tablets.
Davao has been recognised as the cocoa capital of the Philippines. The fine flavor cacao varieties empower the farming communities. Products from cacao de davao include the following: chocolate liquor, tablea, cacao nibs, cocoa butter, and other flavored cacao by-products.
Cacao de Davao
Dark chocolate has always been my favorite. The more bitter, the better! I went on and tried their products, and I could attest the quality and purity of the chocolate!
They produce chocolates which are pure. Even if some of these chocolates have fillings, rest assured that they are made with heart. Below are some of the cacao de davao with fillings.
Highlighting the quality of locally-grown cacao beans in Davao, Cacao De Davao is putting so much to their products in their rich unadulterated taste such as unsweetened choco callets, cocoa powders, 85% dark chocolate and cocoa nibs. They even have face mositurizer made from cacao.
One need not go to other places outside the Philippines just to savor the rich, extraordinary taste of chocolate. Mind you, these chocolates are considered at par with the world’s standards. In fact, satisfying the sweet tooth with rich and bitter chocolate does not also need to be expensive because this shop offers products are cheap – affordable without compromising the quality.
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Glad to hear about the cocoa capital of the Philippines.I never knew that this much chocolate flavour are available.
This place looks great – I am always in the market for quality chocolate and cocoa products for my baking blog.
Yummm, my kids would love these. They can eat chocolate all day long.
I don’t typically like chocolate but every now and again I get a craving. These look yummy. Might have to try them out!
I saw a friend of mine who went to Davao and took orders for whoever want to try these. I dunno what happened. She never contacted me. I really wanted to try these.
OMG I want to taste every single variety of Cacao de Davao!