Dark Chocolate & Tea - Orange Kiss

€ 9,00


incl. VAT plus shipping € 128,57/kg
incl. VAT

€ 9

€ 128,57/kg
HerbalOrangySoft

Quantity

Available, delivery time 2-4 days within EU

Available, delivery time 2-4 days within EU

Kostenloser Versand ab 39 €

Geschenk ab 60 €

Surprising with gentle blood orange notes and a herbal tenderness, this enchanting dark chocolate is an elegant reimagination of the beloved dark chocolate orange blend, elevated by a lingering presence of blossoming chamomile.

The organic dark chocolate, sourced from Ecuador's Esmeraldas Coast through Original Beans, is a testament to their pioneering commitment to sustainability and climate-positive chocolate, never compromising on flavor quality.

Master chocolatier Kevin Kugel skillfully infuses this chocolate with our cherished chamomile blend, Orange Kiss N°825, achieving the perfect fusion of herbal lightness and cacao richness in every bite.

Ingredients

Cocoa mass*, raw cane sugar*, cocoa butter*, chamomile tea blend (4%)* (chamomile, lemon myrtle, marigold blossom, natural orange flavouring), orange peel (1%)*

*certified organic DE-ÖKO-070

Cocoa content in the chocolate at least 65%

Nutrition Information
Nutrition Information per 100g
Energy 2545 kJ / 614 kcal
Fat, total 47 g
   Saturated 29 g
Carbohydrate 37 g
   Sugars 32 g
Protein 5.7 g
Salt 0.03 g
Further Information
  • Weight: 70,0g
Background Knowledge

Creating the world's best tea chocolate required not only the best tea, but also the best chocolate. This search led us to Original Beans, a renowned chocolate manufacturer that takes great care to bring out the unique flavor of the cocoa bean in its couvertures. Original Beans stands for sustainability, fair trade and regenerative agriculture.

The next challenge was to subtly integrate the tea flavor into the chocolate without disturbing the delicate aroma balance. In our studio, we came up with the idea of using the fat of the chocolate itself as a flavor carrier - thus cocoa butter tea was born. In master chocolatier Kevin Kugel, we found a partner who did a fantastic job of implementing this through careful experimentation with the various teas. The result is a delicate, quietly sophisticated line of chocolates. And a friendship with our partners, Original Beans and Master Chocolatier Kevin Kugel.

Tasting Notes

herbal, orangy, soft

Ingredients

Cocoa mass*, raw cane sugar*, cocoa butter*, chamomile tea blend (4%)* (chamomile, lemon myrtle, marigold blossom, natural orange flavouring), orange peel (1%)*

*certified organic DE-ÖKO-070

Cocoa content in the chocolate at least 65%

Nutrition Information

Nutrition Information per 100g
Energy 2545 kJ / 614 kcal
Fat, total 47 g
   Saturated 29 g
Carbohydrate 37 g
   Sugars 32 g
Protein 5.7 g
Salt 0.03 g

Further Information

  • Weight: 70,0g

Background Knowledge

Creating the world's best tea chocolate required not only the best tea, but also the best chocolate. This search led us to Original Beans, a renowned chocolate manufacturer that takes great care to bring out the unique flavor of the cocoa bean in its couvertures. Original Beans stands for sustainability, fair trade and regenerative agriculture.

The next challenge was to subtly integrate the tea flavor into the chocolate without disturbing the delicate aroma balance. In our studio, we came up with the idea of using the fat of the chocolate itself as a flavor carrier - thus cocoa butter tea was born. In master chocolatier Kevin Kugel, we found a partner who did a fantastic job of implementing this through careful experimentation with the various teas. The result is a delicate, quietly sophisticated line of chocolates. And a friendship with our partners, Original Beans and Master Chocolatier Kevin Kugel.


OUR PARTNER
ORIGINAL BEANS
Savoring every moment and making a positive impact nevertheless? Yes, it's possible! The chocolate pioneers from Original Beans stand for sustainability and regenerative agriculture - and you can taste it. Their award-winning chocolates are appreciated by top chefs worldwide and are a (climate) positive proof that together we can regenerate what we consume.
HOW TO COMBINE
TEA WITH
CHOCOLATE?
How do you subtly integrate tea into chocolate without disturbing the delicate balance of flavours? In our studio, we came up with the idea of using the fat in the chocolate itself as a flavour carrier - and so cocoa butter tea was born. In master chocolatier Kevin Kugel, we found a partner who implemented this fantastically by carefully experimenting with the different types of tea.

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