Dark chocolate spreads São Tomé - the best chocolate spreads in tubes meia.duzia
Inspired by the specific characteristics of this chocolate, we created our 'São Tomé' dark chocolate spreads with fruits. Made with a minimum of 70% São Tomé cocoa, one of the best in the world, so that we can perfume your senses with real chocolate, creating surprising mixtures with fruits of Portuguese origin such as Pineapple from the Azores, Orange from the Algarve, Cherry from Fundão and other ingredients of Portuguese origin (Port wine, Macieira brandy and spices).
'São Tomé' dark chocolate is bitter, with an aroma of coffee and blackberries, making it a chocolate with a unique and intense flavour, produced thoughtfully for customers who prefer pure and traditional chocolate.
These chocolate spreads are handmade with fresh fruits and natural aromas of herbs and spices, without the use of preservatives or colourings. Internationally awarded with “Best Flavour” category in the UK GREAT TASTE Awards 2015 and 2017
Discover our dark chocolate spreads:
- ‘São Tomé' Dark Chocolate spread with Pineapple from Azores - GREAT TASTE 2015
- 'São Tomé' Dark Chocolate spread with Orange from Algarve
- ‘São Tomé' Dark Chocolate spread with Passion Fruit from Madeira
- ‘São Tomé' Dark Chocolate spread with Strawberry and Chilli - GREAT TASTE 2017
- ‘São Tomé' Dark Chocolate spread with Fundão Cherry and Brandy
- ‘São Tomé' Dark Chocolate spread with Blackberry, Hazelnut and Nutmeg
- ‘São Tomé' Dark Chocolate spread with Blueberry and Port Wine - GREAT TASTE 2017
- Ideal for spreading oatmeal and coconut biscuits, cashew cookies, chocolate biscuits, cereal bread, whole wheat toast, vegan biscuits, and creating cake recipes with chocolate creams.
- As Fillings: macaroons of various flavours, chocolate macaroons, chocolate cakes, desserts with mascarpone cheese, quark cheese, tiramisù recipes.
- As toppings and fillings for healthy pancakes, american pancakes, oat pancakes, banana pancakes, chocolate cakes, red fruit cakes, bubble waffles.
- Fondue Game meat, duck, cow, foie gras, dried buffalo meat or wild boar.
- 'São Tomé' Dark chocolate origin: Democratic Republic of São Tomé and Príncipe was discovered in 1470 by Portuguese navigators, João de Santarém and Pedro Escobar. It was a Portuguese colony until their independence on July 12, 1975. Cocoa is another point that unites these two nations since it was Portugal that introduced these plantations in the islands. São Tomé ended up being known as the “Cocoa Island”. For this reason, the culture of these two islands remains interconnected by its past and by the same language.
- Flavour Characteristics: 'São Tomé' dark chocolate is bitter, with an aroma of coffee and blackberries, a chocolate with a unique and intense flavour and produced having in mind customers who prefer pure and traditional chocolate. Despite having a similar appearance to other dark chocolates, its taste in no way resembles other chocolates, allowing us to travel through new sensations. It’s 100% cocoa and, unlike other dark chocolates on the market, it has a very strong density and flavour. When we taste it for the first time, we are taken to a totally unexpected twist of our senses. Neither sweet nor bitter, its texture fills the mouth with a paste filled with unique notes of flavour.
- Fruit Origin: Pineapple from the Azores - São Miguel Island Azores Portugal, Cherry from Fundão - Fundão Portugal, Orange from the Algarve – Algarve Portugal, Passion Fruit from Madeira - Madeira Island Portugal, Blueberries and Organic Blackberries - V. N. Famalicão - Portugal.
- Production Method: The chocolate spreads are handmade, following the production methods of our traditional sweets, with the addition of dark chocolate from São Tomé with 70% cocoa. Fresh fruits from various regions of Portugal are mixed. No additives or colourings are added - 100% Natural.
- Packaging and Recycling: Our packaging is made of more than 99.7% aluminium which is 100% recycled, without losing its quality or having to extract more from Nature. Use recycling bin for metals.
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