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To'ak Pu'er Tea Aged 73%

NoseHoney, plums, green tea
PalatePlums & dates, green tea, sweet orange
FinishGreen tea, woody, caramel

To'ak Chocolate is known for having the most expensive chocolates in the world, with some of their single bars costing up to $450! Why? The cacao is grown in Manabi, Ecuador, which is to cacao what Burgundy is to wine. Beans come from the rarest variety, pure 100% Nacional, which is over 5,300 years old. To'ak also promotes sustainability and conservation. Barefoot is proud to offer these one-of-a-kind chocolates. 

Story: For true tea aficionados, Pu'er needs no introduction. Exclusively grown in the Yunnan province of China, and one of the only teas to earn an official designation of origin, Pu'er sits at the apex of the world of tea. Pu'er itself is an aged tea and this To'ak chocolate bar has been aged with it.

Pairing Recommendations: Peaty Islay single malts (Ardbeg, Laphroaig, Bowmore), triple-distilled Irish whisky (Redbreast, Tullamore Dew), a rich and well-aged Cognac. Zacapa 23 rum always works. Sweet dessert wines like Sauternes can work well. Creamy and nutty cheese—mild Brie, triple-cremes, Gouda.

Location: Ecuador

Size: 1.76 oz (price is per bar)

Ingredients: 73% Cacao beans, cane sugar

*Waitlist is on a first come basis

NOTE: chocolates will only ship if ordered with a coffee bean order. We do not ship in summer or hot weather but do have a wide selection at our cafes.

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