Wild about cacao? Hidden for centuries along the Amazon Rainforest’s Juruá River, this extremely rare cacao is pure pleasure. Lush nuances of malt, sweet spice, and moss in a velvety finish.
Magnificent and mysterious like the jaguar—a national symbol of Brazil—we cannot let this heirloom fruit disappear. Caputo’s Wild Juruá 70% bar is sponsored by Caputo’s Preservation Program which fights to preserve wild cacao and its biodiversity.
TASTING: Intensely floral, tropical fruit, nutty, fresh baked sourdough, pleasant bitterness
PAIRINGS: stout, whiskey neat, Port, yerba maté tea
INGREDIENTS: wild cocoa, organic cane sugar, Amazonian cocoa butter
REGION: sustainably harvested in the Amazon Rainforest; 100% handmade with love in São Paulo, Brazil
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Featured in iHeart Radio podcast OBSESSIONS: Wild Chocolate with James Beard award winning author and journalist Rowan Jacobsen!
Also featured in our blog: Fighting for Wild Cacao: Caputo’s + Luisa Abram
Check out our YouTube video for Malty Monday: Samuel Smith’s Old Brewery and Caputo’s Wild Jurua & Wine Wednesday: Pisco Logia and Wahaka Mezcal with Caputo’s Wild Jurua