Creamy Drinking Chocolate 250g

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Creamy Drinking Chocolate

Creamy Drinking Chocolate 250g

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Deep in Peru, a small community of families grow the Amazonico Criollo cacao we use in this chocolate, a cacao full of the wild flavours of the Amazon rainforest. We add shavings of our Loving Earth Creamy Coconut Mylk Chocolate in this blend to ensure its decadent creamy texture.

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Loving Earth’s Chocolate is made by us with Raw Cacao from bean to bar here in Melbourne. This means that our chocolate has up to twice as many antioxidants as conventional chocolate. We use Organic Evaporated Coconut Nectar (a natural, low GI sweetener) instead of cane sugar to create this delicious chocolate treat.

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