Shirl + Moss – Fig and Nib 70%

$13.50

Using the single estate chocolate from Fazenda Camboa, Brazil, Simon and Aimee have produced an award winning fruit crunch delight. With dried fig and roasted nibs, the contrast between smooth melting chocolate, crunching nibs and chewy fig is perfection. There is a reason this bar is pretty often sold out in the Shirl and Moss store.

Awards: 2020 NZ Chocolate Awards Bronze.

Only 2 left in stock

  • Best before 01/03/2024

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Description

From Simon & Aimee (the chocolate makers):We are in love with the balance of smooth, crunchy, sweet, and bitter of this bar. Fig pieces have been carefully dried and woven through dark chocolate by hand. A sprinkle of crunchy roasted cacao nibs have been added on the back to finish. This is a bar that is hard to put down. The Trinitario organic cacao inside this bar is from the Fazenda Camboa cacao farm in the state of Bahia, Brazil. Lightly roasted to capture the grape and honey flavours, the cacao is then granite stone ground for 72 hours, whilst maintained at cooler temperatures to preserve its flavour. We hand sort, roast, crack, winnow and stone grind for up to 80 hours before ageing our chocolate. We then temper, mold and hand-wrap each bar in our little factory.”

Ingredients: Organic cacao beans, organic cane sugar, organic dried fig pieces, organic cacao butter

Warnings: May contain traces of nuts.

Additional information

Weight80 g
Percentage cacao

70

Beans (variety)

Inclusion

Fig, Nibs

Siblings Simon and Aimee share a passion for sustainable foods. They grew up on a remote farm in the Marlborough Sounds and it gave then an invaluable understanding of the link between land, people, and produce. Passionate about family and relationships they only select cacao farms which respect the land and the people who call it home. They believe, as we do, that this is where the best quality cacao will be found. In their garage they started making chocolate. They use the finest ingredients they can get and enjoy turning it into something special for you to remember. See more