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What are the characteristics of Single Estate chocolate?
Predominant and very defined notes that are almost impossible to find in other chocolates. Discover the intricacies of this unique chocolate.
Why do we have crafted at origin chocolates?
Crafted at origin chocolates are a great match for bean-to-bar products because you can rely on a process that is traceable and transparent.
What are the differences between single-country, single-region, and single-estate chocolate?
If we want to talk about chocolate, we need to know what are the different categories in which we can classify the product.
What does Colombian single origin chocolate taste like?
Colombian cocoa is the foundation of our portfolio of origin chocolates, each one comes from a region that gives it unique characteristics.
Fine flavour cocoa, the ingredient behind Luker chocolate
Only 8% of world cocoa production is considered Fine Flavour Cocoa. The ingredient that stands out for our quality promise to the world.
El Rosario, the traceability and social impact behind the chocolate
Single estate chocolate means we can control all aspects of the production process to develop unique chocolate with sensorial characteristics
Investing in cocoa quality, flavour and value to fight farmer poverty
Luker Chocolate’s VP of Strategic Procurement details how by investing in cocoa quality, flavour and value we can fight farmer poverty.
Learn about Colombian cocoa farmers: the hands behind our fine flavour cocoa.
Resilient, hardworking, family-orientated and proud of their work. This is how Colombian fine flavour cocoa farmers are. It is estimated that in the country there are 35,000 families dedicated to cultivating this crop, across 422 municipalities. Below, is an insight...
Chocolate – Spreading the love Worldwide
chocolatiers who travelled to Luker Chocolate, Colombia, on a trip to see for herself how cacao is cultivated, harvested and made into chocolate