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Ancestral Mexican cocoa beans have been blended with incredients from the Yucatan Peninsula, sourced from Mayan communities in the region, from tree-to-bar.
The bars weigh 75g (2.6 ounces) and come in 8 different natural flavors:
Caribbean Coconut (Coco Caribeño)
Dragon Fruit (Pitahaya)
Habanero (Habanero is a famous Mexican spicy, slightly sweet chile pepper)
Orange and Agave Worm Salt (Naranja y Sal de gusano). Don’t be afraid! It has an amazing salty, mildly spicy, smoky and savoury taste that pairs so well with the rich cacao.
Pumpkin Seed (Semilla de Calabaza)
Tequila and Pink Salt from Celestún (Tequila y sal de Celestún, a town in Yucatán)
Tuzantun (Origen Tuzantán, hase notes of ripe fruit, nance fruit and plum) Nance fruit is a sweet, small yellow-orange fruit about the size and shape of a cherry but delivers a unique taste and odor.
Xtabentún (Xtabentún is an anise liqueur made in Mexico's Yucatán region from anise seed, fermented honey, and rum.)
Chocolate originated with the Mayans thousands of years ago. Spaniards introduced it to Europe and the rest is history. Mexican cacao and chocolate has remained a favorite worldwide.
Worldwide bee numbers have dropped by 40% since 2019. Colombia has 10% of the earth's bee species and 22,500 flowering plant species. This project will create bee sanctuary and teaching center.
The Maleku tribe has been making teas from local plants for generations and we want to help them develop commercial teas so they won't have to rely exclusively on tourism.
Mexico healthcare system does not provide dental treatment so even checkups are too expensive for many. We are funding free education, dental products, and then follow-up treatment from local dentists.
Through tutoring, mentors, and workshops at the planned activity center, we will support hundreds of nearby children whose parents earn less than a $5 an hour.