Chocolate Hachez, Bitter Chocolade Blatter "Sao Tome", 73% Cacao, 95 g
Reviews of purchase Hachez, Bitter Chocolade Blatter "Sao Tome", 73% Cacao, 95 g
Chocolate products glossy dark brown.
The delicacy is rich, full-bodied and soft velvety taste with a pronounced bitterness.
Noble aroma of chocolate reveals tantalizing notes of cocoa and vanilla.
Bitter chocolate - an elegant addition to a cup of tea, a glass of dry red wine, port wine or aged cognac. Chocolate leaves can be used as a decoration of cakes, pastries and desserts.
Hachez, Bitter Chocolade Blatter "Sao Tome " - an exquisite dark chocolate (73% cocoa), made in the form of leaves of trees. It is particularly appeal to those who prefer a strong note in the taste and vivid impressions. For the manufacture of chocolate using the best African cocoa beans with a characteristic bitterness, brought from plantations of Ghana (17%) and the tropical island of Sao Tome (35%). Fans of chocolate will appreciate its rich taste and aroma. Thanks to the original design of a treat can be used for decorating desserts and festive baking. Chocolate is especially well with strong drink and red wines.
Net Weight: 95 grams.
Hachez The company was founded in Bremen Belgian chocolatier Joseph Emile Hashezom July 1, 1890, at a time when the first tram, and began the era of industrialization were launched. Partner Hasheza, and later became the sole owner of the Bremen merchant Otto Friedrich Hasse, who has done a lot to strengthen the company's position and the creation of its fundamental values. Uncompromising commitment to quality Hasse and his creative consolidated outstanding Hashez products. That Otto Hasse invented in 1923, the classic chocolate and chocolate Hashez leaves.
During the Second World War the plant Hashez company was almost completely destroyed. Since the funds for the new construction was not, the company was sold. The new owner rebuilt the factory and set up the production of fine chocolates. Economic growth in the 60-ies, as well as high demand for chocolate has forced the owners to think about the expansion of production and the construction of a new logistics center. In 1990, the director, and then the owner of the company has become an experienced businessman Hasso G. Sciences - grandson of Otto Hasse, who thus returned to the family roots and returned to the family business. January 1, 2012 all shares Hashez acquired Danish company Toms Gruppen.