Cocoa Liquor 100% Pure Natural Organic

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Cocoa Liquor Pure Natural Unrefined Organic Food-Grade

Cocoa Liquor is the raw material inside the cocoa pods consisting of cocoa butter and cocoa powder. After we remove the shells from the beans to leave just the cocoa nibs, these nibs are then milled to create cocoa liquor (cocoa particles suspended in cocoa butter).

HOW IS IT MADE?

Chocolate Liquor is produced by taking cocoa beans that have been fermented, dried, roasted, and separated from their shells. The fermentation process is to remove the fleshy, fruity pulp that surrounds the beans; the fatty beans, themselves, do not ferment. Grinding the processed beans releases the smooth, thick chocolate liquor from their centres.

Chocolate Liquor, also known as ‘cocoa liquor’ and ‘cocoa mass’ is a smooth, thick, liquid form of chocolate. It is the purest form of chocolate, produced by grinding cacao beans. Chocolate liquor contains roughly 50% cocoa solids (cocoa powder) and 50% cocoa butter, the pale-yellow vegetable fat of the cacao bean. When it is cooled and molded into blocks, chocolate liquor is known as unsweetened baking chocolate.

Pure chocolate ready to be processed into a form of your own creation!

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The cocoa liquor is pressed to extract the cocoa butter, leaving a solid mass called cocoa presscake. The processing now takes two different directions. The cocoa butter is used in the manufacture of chocolate. The cocoa presscake is broken into small pieces to form kibbled presscake, which is then pulverised to form cocoa powder.  Cocoa liquor is used to produce chocolate through the addition of cocoa butter. Other ingredients such as sugar, milk, emulsifying agents and cocoa butter equivalents are also added and mixed. The proportions of the different ingredients depend on the type of chocolate being made.

Make Your Own Chocolate!

The cocoa tree was first cultivated by the Mayans. Today most cocoa comes from trees located in Africa, Latin America, and the Caribbean.

Cocoa beans have been used for many years in making chocolate, but have only fairly recently been realized for their amazing skin moisturizing and healing properties. Once the cocoa bean pods open, the beans are removed and then pressed into cocoa butter, which is technically a vegetable fat.  It is best to find raw cocoa butter that is organic and unrefined.  This means that the beans have been touched as little as possible by humans, so that they retain their inherently excellent qualities.  In fact, when cocoa beans have been harvested, they can simply be put into sacks and placed in a warm room.  The natural heat (no added heat necessary!) pulls the natural cocoa butter out so that it can be collected.  It is then cooled and becomes a semi-solid form.

Uses of Cocoa Liquor

Chocolate Liquor is the key ingredient in chocolate. It is used as the base for cakes, brownies, cookies and candy bars. Chocolate in its most familiar form is made by mixing chocolate liquor with (more) cocoa butter or cocoa, sugar, soy lecithin and, often, milk. The cocoa to cocoa butter ratio determines the darkness and flavor intensity of the chocolate being produced. As with dark chocolate, the higher the cocoa content, the darker and richer the flavor. The higher the cocoa butter and milk content, the lighter the color and creamier the texture of the resulting chocolate. A prime example of a chocolate with a high cocoa butter and milk content is white chocolate. White chocolate contains no cocoa.

MYTH: “Chocolate Liquor contains ALCOHOL.”False.Chocolate liquor is distinct from ‘chocolate liqueur’, a chocolate flavored alcoholic beverage. Chocolate liquor contains NO ALCOHOL; it is simply a liquid form of chocolate. However, ‘chocolate liqueur,’ also known as ‘crème de cacao,’ is a sweet alcoholic beverage flavored with chocolate. The alcoholic content of this liqueur can vary, but 20–25% alcohol by volume or 40–50 proof is common.

SOLD IN 500g PACKS

Packed in clear pouch with outer foil seal to retain freshness. Keep in a cool place. I can accommodate larger orders of cocoa, shea and mango butter.  Take advantage of Wholesale Pricing and start making profit right away!

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Weight 0.55 kg
Dimensions 15 x 15 x 5 cm

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  1. valko77@yahoo.fr
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    ChocolatemamaI purchased this product to prepare homemade chocolate. It's rich, flavourful and does not give me the side effects grocery-store-bought chocolate bars do.

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