Carenero Superior is an exquisite cocoa from Barlovento, the central region of Venezuela near Caracas.
It seems to be a very well fermented Trinitario but has the character of a Criollo. Carenero refers, as mentioned above, to the name of the export harbor from where the cocoa was shipped in ancient times. The adjectival complement Superior means that the beans are of higher quality.
Carenero refers to the name of the export port from which cocoa was shipped in ancient times. The adjective complement Superior means that the beans are of higher quality.
This cocoa is highly appreciated by famous chocolatiers for its delicious and mild note, because the pure and typical Carenero has a strong, basic presence of chocolate in its note.
In the background you can taste exciting flavors like caramel, citrus, berries and honey. The slight acidity adds even more depth to the profile of this variety. The diverse and complex aromas include flavors of cherry and tobacco as well.
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