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Mindo Chocolate Liquor - 1 lb
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No, it's not THAT kind of liquor.*

 

Cocoa liquor is pure chocolate in it's simplest form - nothing more, nothing less. Mindo Chocolate Liquor is made from pure 100% Nacional cacao, minimally stone-ground and untempered. Intense cacao taste and a coarse texture. Use as a less processed, more traditional replacement for baking chocolate in your recipes.

 

*Note - cocoa liquor does not contain any alcohol, nor does it come in contact with alcohol at any point during its processing. "Liquor" is a term used within the chocolate industry to describe pure cocoa mass in liquid form.

 

Ingredients: organic cocoa beans

 

Made in Michigan by Mindo Chocolates

 

Net weight 1 lb


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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