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Arriba Noir
Milson Printing logo
Slogan“Single-Origin, Ecuador Arriba Dark Chocolate”
Type Private Company
Founded 2008
Headquarters Template:Country data US Clarksburg, New Jersey, USA
Key peopleRamon Recalde, CEO
IndustryGourmet Dark Chocolate
Dark Chocolate
Products65% Dark Chocolate 80g (2.8 oz)

75% Dark Chocolate 1kg (2.2 lb / 35.2 oz)

75% Dark Chocolate 80g (2.8 oz)
EmployeesGreen Arrow Up.svg 11 (2010)
Contact P.O. Box 321
Clarksburg NJ 08510--0321
800.339.7094
Web: DARK CHOCOLATE
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Arriba Noir “Single-Origin, Ecuador Arriba Dark Chocolate”


What is in the DARK CHOCOLATE?

Dark Chocolate combines cacao mass (cocoa solids, cocoa butter) and sugar in a variety of ratios.

Available, and for your convenience, ArribaNoir™ Chocolatier fine Dark Chocolate comes in two presentations (cocoa mass/sugar ratios): 75/25 and 65/35. We can, for special orders deliver up to 99% dark chocolate bars.


History

"Our father knew, traded and worked with the cacao industry in Ecuador. He had the gift of people. He could develope life-long friendships, just by driving and stopping the car somewhere on the road. I was around 16 when on one of his trips into province, Manabi to be more specific, a local cacao grower had a rudimentary manual roasting pan... The whole burning wood on a ground pit type of set up. If you have ever had the pleasurable experience of smelling cacao beans drying in the sun, in the fermentation process, it is a unique and memorable scent; completely different from what you know as the smell of chocolate. From that scent in the air I was carried into the next step of tasting and experiencing quality cacao nibs freshly and uniquely roasted. Great Memories! Ever since, I have been trying to replicate that HIGH... Since then I have carried through my life this mystic, romantic fascination with chocolate: The quest goes on... ArribaNoir™ Chocolatier would bring him a giant smile." R. Recalde K. / ArribaNoir.com

What is in the DARK?

Dark Chocolate combines cacao mass (cocoa solids, cocoa butter) and sugar in a variety of ratios.

Available, and for your convenience, ArribaNoir™ Chocolatier fine Dark Chocolate comes in two presentations (cocoa mass/sugar ratios): 75/25 and 65/35. We can, for special orders deliver up to 99% dark chocolate bars.

In the US, there are no official guidelines on what can be labeled bittersweet or semisweet. The FDA requirement is that for chocolate to be labeled dark, bittersweet, or semisweet, it must contain at least 35 percent cacao with less than 12 percent milk solids (more milk solids, and it’s required to say it’s milk chocolate). At this point, consumers must be aware that a “dark chocolate” designation is left entirely to the manufacturer.

At ArribaNoir™ Chocolatier we take the "DARK CHOCOLATE" designation very seriously. When we say "DARK CHOCOLATE" we mean "DARK CHOCOLATE." NO milk by-products, NO natural or artificial, flavor-changing ingredients added. PERIOD!





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