The rarity of Porcelana stems from its low yield and susceptibility to diseases, making it a prized and luxurious chocolate experience.
Pacari is not just a chocolate but a sustainable, organic brand that has put the spotlight on rare regional varieties.
Chuao chocolate is named after the Venezuelan village where its cacao is exclusively grown. The beans are harvested only in this small coastal area, making it one of the rarest chocolates in the world.
Found in Peru’s Maranon River canyon, this chocolate is made from Pure Nacional cacao beans, once thought to be lost for over a century.
To’ak chocolate, originating from Ecuador, is unique for its aging process, similar to that of fine wine or whiskey.
Amedei, an Italian chocolatier, produces a version of Porcelana that is acclaimed for its purity and exceptional quality.