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Bean to Bar 64% Single Origin: Belize

Bean to Bar 64% Single Origin: Belize by Ambrosia Pastry
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Why You'll Love Them? All of our chocolate bars are made 'Bean to Bar' meaning we source organic, fair trade and ethically sourced beans from all over the world to make our single origin bars.  This particular bar is made with Beans from the Moho Valley. They are a Criollo/Trinatario Bean with caramel flavours. Two Tips Enjoy any of our bean to bars as your chocolatey fix or incorporate them into your baking!

Tim Simpson and Aura Hertzog met in the culinary program at George Brown college in the fall of 1999. Their experience in the food industry is vast and includes everything from high end hotels, large scale restaurants, small pastry shops, farmer’s markets, international supermarkets and catering companies. Most recently Aura and Tim opened a successful retail bakery in Kitchener. They sold the bakery to focus on family and redirect their passion for food. Ambrosia is the accumulation of their life’s work and experience.

To read more about them please find these article of interest.
http://www.therecord.com/news-story/3905926-cooking-up-some-unique-treats/

Cacao Beans, sugar, soy lecithin.

Ambrosia Pastry  from WATERLOO, ON

Ambrosia Pastry WATERLOO, ON

Tim Simpson and Aura Hertzog met in the culinary program at George Brown college in the fall of 1999. Their experience in the food industry is vast and includes everything from high end hotels, large scale restaurants, small pastry shops, farmer’s

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Julie J.

from Waterloo
March 25th, 2015

This is my absolute favourite bar, although all of Ambrosia`s chocolate is the best I`ve ever had! Must be the caramel flavours that come from these beans. I always have a couple of these on hand for "emergencies". Hidden from the kids, of course!