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75% Philippines - Bon'Bulak, Kablon Farms, Tupi

We've named this bar after the village where the cacao is grown, Tupi. Tupi means 'fold' and we love the idea of being folded into the gentle layers of flavor in this bar. This cacao has a delicate floral quality, and it is an exciting bean for us to work with!

ingredients: organic cacao, organic cane sugar

From our cacao purveyor, Uncommon Cacao: "Kablon Farms is a 70 hectare bio diversified, sustainable farm (3 locations with in a 10 km radius) in South Cotabato, in Davao, Philippines. The farm is owned by the Pantua family and the crop production is managed by the eldest sibling, Ernesto Pantua Jr. (who prefers to be called Jun), who grew up traveling to the same property when it belonged to his father. Jun grew up in an era when cacao and coconut prices were high; it was pre-globalization and these products were grown and consumed by the domestic market only. Today, these prices have sunk because the Philippines has to compete with other, larger producing countries that have introduced the hybrid high yielding cacao varieties with lower and / or different production costs and methods. 

Kablon Farms is paving the way for specialty, high quality cacao from the Philippines to change the low price dynamics that are seen across the country. Jun, with his university degree in agricultural engineering and upbringing on cacao and coconut farms, is uniquely poised to design a farm and provide a product that fits this bill. The farm grows a mix of “criollo” (the cacao brought from Mexico in the 1700s) and newer hybrid genetics that were brought from Malaysia in the 1980s for disease resistance and higher yields. Organized into 9 zones, the farm runs fermentation trials with cacao from each zone, and from blends of zones, to generate different products with specific flavor profiles."