Die in der Schweiz verarbeiteten Schokoladen bestehen aus den seltensten Kakaosorten. Original Beans pflanzt für jede Verkaufte Tafel einen Baum. Ziel ist es die artenreichen Wälder der Ursprungsregionen aufforstet, statt ihnen zu schaden. Original Beans stellt Schokoladen aus den seltensten Kakaosorten. Für jede verkaufte Tafel ermöglicht es Original Beans den Kakaobauern, im Regenwald einen Baum zu pflanzen, der auf kennel-fieldwork.comückverfolgt.
Wie kann ich den Baum nachverfolgen?TASTE THE RARE AND PRESERVE IT. Chocolate that replenishes the biodiverse forests in the origins instead of harming them. Schau einfach demnächst nochmal rein oder schreib eine E-Mail an [email protected]kennel-fieldwork.com, wenn du benachrichtigt werden möchtest, sobald der Tree. Original Beans pflanzt für jede verkaufte Tafel einen Baum im Regenwald.
Originalbeans Original Beans In The Chocolate Library VideoOriginal Beans (Switzerland) Original Beans pflanzt für jede verkaufte Tafel einen Baum im Regenwald. TASTE THE RARE AND PRESERVE IT. Chocolate that replenishes the biodiverse forests in the origins instead of harming them. Ziel ist es die artenreichen Wälder der Ursprungsregionen aufforstet, statt ihnen zu schaden. Original Beans stellt Schokoladen aus den seltensten Kakaosorten. Für jede verkaufte Tafel ermöglicht es Original Beans den Kakaobauern, im Regenwald einen Baum zu pflanzen, der auf kennel-fieldwork.comückverfolgt.
For every bar sold, Original Beans plant a tree. Phillip Kauffman, WWF conservationist and chocolate entrepreneur and his team are dedicated to replenishing resources so easily annihilated in the cocoa industry.
When you bite into a square of Original Beans chocolate, you are actively paving the way for a more sustainable and more just future. But just how good is that square of chocolate?
Both the beans and the bars are the proud bearers of a plethora of awards. Indeed, they have preserved seven heirloom and regional cacao varieties, some of which were nearing extinction and are harvested only by this organisation.
So, not only is that square of chocolate mouth-wateringly flavoursome, but unique in taste. Beneath Machu Picchu , the mountaintop citadel of the ancient Incan civilisation, grows the heirloom Chuncho cocoa pod.
Some of these trees are nearly years old, sprouting ever upwards at altitudes unheard of for cocoa. Here lives the endangered Condor, the largest flying bird in the world.
Unlike many foreign hybrids, the result of cross-pollinating different cacao trees, Original Beans use pure Chuncho.
Special nurseries are needed to propagate and raise this intense variety. Cocoa Runners recommend trying a bite for yourself in order to test their hypothesis.
Deep within the dry desert valleys of Piura, northern Peru , grows the rare Malinga bean. The region is known for its white cacao — yet this bean is not white at all.
When cacao hunter Jan first visited the region, he was amazed to see the local families fermenting their astonishing dark Peruvian beans themselves — in front of their houses, using craft technique.
The farmers are almost as proud of their cocoa-growing skills as of the astonishing variety of birds and butterflies whom they live alongside.
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