Embue Cacao

Embue Cacao Ceremonial Cacao | 1 lb.

$ 30.00 USD

Embue Ceremonial Cacao is bean-to-bar, craft produced, single-origin, organic, Guatemalan cacao.

100% pure. Nothing added and nothing removed. 

This isn’t your store-bought cocoa powder that has been over-processed and had the cacao butter removed. This is pure ceremonial-grade cacao. Experience the heart-opening, energizing effects for yourself.

Embue Ceremonial Cacao is pure cacao that has been ground up so you can just scoop & go. Comes in a re-sealable stand-up pouch for ease of use. 

Ideal for making your morning energizer drink, a full ceremonial cacao brew or adding to smoothies and other delicious treats.

Embue Cacao is made with the finest quality cacao, processed with care at every step. A direct relationship to the source allows them to offer consistent quality at an affordable price.

Enjoy this unique, potent and flavor-filled cacao for healthy drinks, cacao ceremonies, and fine delicacies. Certified organic, single origin, ceremonial grade cacao. Cultivated with intention, consumed with love.

Flavor Notes: Nuts, Raspberry & Earthy Chocolate
Ground so you can scoop & go
Re-sealable stand-up pouch
Heavy metal safe–tested at the source
3 tablespoons to 1 ounce

100% Pure Ceremonial Cacao

Embue sources all their cacao from Guatemala, whose climate and soils grow some of the best cacao. They source exclusively from one family farm, located in an area with a long history as a prime cacao growing region.

The farm tthey work with selects premium varieties to plant and propagate. After the cacao pods are harvested, the cacao beans are fully fermented by professionals trained in this vital, often lacking, step. Once the beans have undergone their transformation, they are sun-dried and sent to our chocolate shops.

The cacao is grown completely naturally, without the use of pesticides or other chemicals. Embue pays above international prices for cacao, ensuring that the small-scale farmers and workers all along the production process receive a fair wage.

Artisinal chocolatiers precision roast the beans and remove the husks. This hand-crafted cacao is made by grinding the nibs into a fine paste and tempering the final product.

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