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Cuna De Piedra: 85% Mexican Cacao

Cuna De Piedra: 85% Mexican Cacao

Excluding Sales Tax

Cuna de Piedra sources their Soconusco, Chiapas cacao from a cooperative in the Raymundo Enríquez ejido, composed of 28 members who own 50 hectares of orchards, where cacao is grown alongside other fruits such as lemons, coconuts, mangoes, mamey, and pineapples, as well as tropical flowers. Harvest after harvest, the co-op ensures consistency across all seasons by sourcing beans only from their own members, and compensating for the genetic diversity of their plants by knowing exactly which lots to ferment in the same batch.

Cuna de Piedra is an hommage to Mexican cacao.  

Heirloom cacao Each one of their chocolates is a reflection of the best lesson mother nature has taught us: good things take time, but they are worth waiting for.

Bean to bar - made in Monterrey Mexico

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