Max Vauché chocolate 70%
A crunchy dark chocolate made from Mexican cocoa beans transported by a sailing ship.
Intense aroma, generous length in the mouth, very pleasant and beautiful tenderness of the fondant.
A woody chocolate with a subtle acidic final note that reinforces its features.
The beans at the origin of this chocolate were transported by a sailing ship, the schooner Avontuur. Find the journey made by these beans, as well as photos and videos of the Trans-Atlantic route on anemos.eco with the travel number 1803.
MAX VAUCHE, chocolate maker
In 1999, Max Vauché became chocolate maker. His credo: a great attention paid to the process of transforming chocolate but also to the origin of the cocoa beans. This is called "bean to bar" chocolate. This is the guarantee of a great interest paid to the quality of the beans and thus, the chocolate, but also to the working conditions of the employees of the cocoa beans farm abroad, in this case, in Mexico. The chocolate factory Max Vauché is today a reference in the chocolate world. Its artisanal chocolate, its know-how and its commitment to cocoa producers are recognized worldwide. Awarded on many occasions.