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World Final Winners – 2016

October 14, 2016 8:55 pm by International Chocolate Awards in News, Results, Winners

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The International Chocolate Awards is pleased to announce the Winners of the 2016 World Final, which was judged during Chocolate Week in London, 6 – 12 October 2016 and announced live at The Chocolate Show, 6pm, Friday 14 October 2016.

Judges

The judging panel was made up of member of our Grand Jury and international judges who traveled to London, joined by local chefs, journalists, bloggers and chocolate specialists.

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Prizes

(Prizes are shown in alphabetical order for each medal)


‘Best in competition’ overall winners

Plain/origin dark bar categories

Gold: Bonnat Chocolatier  (France) – Selva Maya

Plain/origin milk bar categories

Gold: Fruition Chocolate Works  (United States) – Marañón Milk


Plain/origin bars

Plain/origin dark chocolate bars

Gold: Bonnat Chocolatier  (France) – Selva Maya

Silver: Amano Chocolate Company  (United States) – Dos Rios

Silver: Bonnat Chocolatier  (France) – Hacienda el Rosario

Silver: Bonnat Chocolatier  (France) – Haiti

Silver: Bonnat Chocolatier  (France) – Puerto Cabello

Silver: Friis-Holm Chokolade  (Denmark) – Chuno 70% – Tripple Turned

Silver: Friis-Holm Chokolade  (Denmark) – Johe 70%

Silver: Friis-Holm Chokolade  (Denmark) – O’Payo Organic 68%

Silver: Fruition Chocolate Works  (United States) – Wild Bolivia

Silver: Pacari Chocolate  (Ecuador) – Los Rios 72%

Silver: Pacari Chocolate  (Ecuador) – Montubia 70%

Silver: Pacari Chocolate  (Ecuador) – Piura 70%

Silver: Pacari Chocolate  (Ecuador) – Tutu Iku 70%

Silver: Soma Chocolatemaker  (Canada) – CSB Chama 70%

Silver: Soma Chocolatemaker  (Canada) – Porcelana 70%

Silver: Soma Chocolatemaker  (Canada) – St Thomas Parish

Silver: Soma Chocolatemaker  (Canada) – Tien Gang 70%

Bronze: Amano Chocolate Company  (United States) – Ocumare Village

Bronze: Bonnat Chocolatier  (France) – Cacao Real Del Xoconuzco

Bronze: Chocolaterie Morin  (France) – Nicaragua Nicalizo

Bronze: Chocolaterie Morin  (France) – Pérou Chanchamayo

Bronze: Dick Taylor Craft Chocolate  (United States) – 72% Belize, Toledo

Bronze: Friis-Holm Chokolade  (Denmark) – Chuno 70% – Double Turned

Bronze: Friis-Holm Chokolade  (Denmark) – Indio Rojo 70%

Bronze: Friis-Holm Chokolade  (Denmark) – Nicaliso 70%

Bronze: Holy Cacao Chocolate  (Israel) – 70% Madagascar

Bronze: Maraná  (Peru) – Chocolate Bitter al 70% Origen Cusco

Bronze: Nugali  (Brazil) – Dark Chocolate Serra do Conduru (80% cocoa)

Bronze: Rogue Chocolatier  (United States) – La Masica

Micro-batch – Plain/origin dark chocolate bars

Gold: Ara Chocolat  (France) – La Sabana 70%

Gold: Cacao Hunters  (Colombia) – Sierra Nevada 64%

Silver: Ara Chocolat  (France) – Porcelana 70%

Silver: Castronovo Chocolate  (United States) – Maya Mountain Villages, Belize 72%

Silver: Hummingbird Chocolate Maker  (Canada) – Reserva Zorzal 70%

Silver: Omnom Chocolate  (Iceland) – Madagascar 66%

Silver: Palette de Bine  (Canada) – Haïti 70%

Bronze: Ara Chocolat  (France) – Guasare Criollo 72% – 72 hours fermentation

Bronze: Castronovo Chocolate  (United States) – Rare Cacao Collection – Amazonas 72%

Bronze: The Smooth Chocolator  (Australia) – Madagascar

High % plain/origin dark chocolate bars (85% and over)

Gold: Holy Cacao Chocolate  (Israel) – 100% Cacao

Silver: Soma Chocolatemaker  (Canada) – Arcana

Silver: The Australian Chocolate Farm  (Australia) – 85% Pure Darkness

Bronze: Åkesson’s  (United Kingdom) – Madagascar 100% Criollo Cocoa ( * Couverture chez Pralus, Bars chez Damiens)

Bronze: Chocolat Madagascar  (Madagascar) – Dark 85% Cocoa

Bronze: Chocolate Tree  (United Kingdom) – Venezuela Porcelana 85%

Bronze: Metiisto Artisan Chocolate  (Australia) – Tanzania 85%

Bronze: Raoul Boulanger  (France) – Los Rios 100%

Bronze: Soma Chocolatemaker  (Canada) – Crazy 88

Rough ground/textured plain/origin dark chocolate bars

Silver: Minimal Bean to Bar Chocolate  (Japan) – Fruity Berry-Like, Vietnam

Plain/origin dark chocolate bars made with alternative natural sugar

Gold: Palette de Bine  (Canada) – “Bine à l’érable” Wild Harvest Bolivie

Silver: Forever Cacao  (United Kingdom) – 72% Ashaninka Bean to Bar

Silver: Starchild Chocolate  (United States) – Tanzania, Kokoa Kamili

Plain/origin milk chocolate bars

Gold: Fruition Chocolate Works  (United States) – Marañón Milk

Silver: Cacaosuyo  (Peru) – Piura Milk

Silver: Chocolaterie Morin  (France) – Vietnam Lait 48%

Silver: Soma Chocolatemaker  (Canada) – Milk Chocolate : Fazenda Boa Vista

Silver: TCHO  (United States) – Cacao Milk 53%

Bronze: Bonnat Chocolatier  (France) – Java

Bronze: Daito Cacao  (Japan) – Hokkaido Rich Milk 41%

Micro-batch – Plain/origin milk chocolate bars

Gold: Castronovo Chocolate  (United States) – Rare Cacao Collection – Sierra Nevada, Colombia Dark Milk 63%

Silver: Cacao Hunters  (Colombia) – Tumaco Leche 53%

Silver: Castronovo Chocolate  (United States) – Dominican Republic Dark Milk 55%

Bronze: Charm School Chocolate  (United States) – Coconut Milk Chocolate

Bronze: Chocotenango  (United States) – 50% Milk chocolate

Bronze: Musée du Chocolat Théobroma  (Japan) – Madagascar Milk

Rough ground/textured plain/origin milk chocolate bars

Silver: Soma Chocolatemaker  (Canada) – Old School Milk Chuao

Plain/origin white chocolate bars

Gold: Chocolates El Rey  (Venezuela) – Carenero Superior ICOA White Chocolate, 34% Cacao

Bronze: Daito Cacao  (Japan) – Hokkaido Pure White


Flavoured bars

Dark chocolate bars with an infusion or flavouring

Gold: Pacari Chocolate  (Ecuador) – Andean Mint

Silver: Pacari Chocolate  (Ecuador) – Andean Rose

Silver: Pacari Chocolate  (Ecuador) – Lemon Verbena

Silver: Pacari Chocolate  (Ecuador) – Passion Fruit 60%

Bronze: Bodrato Cioccolato  (Italy) – Dark chocolate bar with coffee and star anise

Bronze: Pacari Chocolate  (Ecuador) – Lemongrass

Dark chocolate bars with inclusions or pieces

Gold: Åkesson’s  (United Kingdom) – 75% Madagascar Trinitario Cacao & Black Pepper

Gold: Amano Chocolate Company  (United States) – Raspberry Rose

Silver: Åkesson’s  (United Kingdom) – 75% Madagascar Trinitario Cacao & ‘Wild’ Voatsiperifery Pepper

Silver: es koyama  (Japan) – Triple Cacao – cacao fruits, cacao nib and chocolate (Tumaco 66%)

Silver: Palette de Bine  (Canada) – “Éclats de miel” Marañòn Pérou 70%

Silver: Pump Street Bakery Chocolate  (United Kingdom) – Chocolate Eccles 55%

Silver: Trüffel Güse  (Germany) – 65 %, mit Bird Eye Chili und gerösteten, gesalzenen Erdnüssen

Bronze: Hummingbird Chocolate Maker  (Canada) – Toffee & Nib

Bronze: The Violet Chocolate Company  (Canada) – Pumpkin Spice Latte

Dark chocolate bars with a filling

Gold: es koyama  (Japan) – Praline Takuan (pickled radish)

Silver: Clement  (Germany) – Single Malt Whisky Schokolade

Silver: Harrer Chocolat  (Hungary) – Wine Merlot

Bronze: Clement  (Germany) – Bratapfel Marzipan Schokolade

Bronze: Musée du Chocolat Théobroma  (Japan) – Honey Caramel Orange

‘Naked’ filled dark chocolate bars (filling only, no coating)

Gold: Guido Castagna  (Italy) – Gianduja Fondente

Silver: Winchester Cocoa Company  (United Kingdom) – Smooth Hazelnut

Milk chocolate bars with an infusion or flavouring

Gold: The Violet Chocolate Company  (Canada) – Honey Rosemary

Silver: Fruition Chocolate Works  (United States) – Bourbon Barrel Aged Dark Milk

Silver: Pump Street Bakery Chocolate  (United Kingdom) – Honduras Bread & Butter 58%

Silver: TCHO  (United States) – Mokaccino

Bronze: Fruition Chocolate Works  (United States) – Dark Milk with Flor de Sal

Bronze: Harrer Chocolat  (Hungary) – Rosemary Caramelized

Bronze: Malmö Chokladfabrik  (Sweden) – BJÖRN of Sweden Caramel

Bronze: The Violet Chocolate Company  (Canada) – Moroccan Spice

Milk chocolate bars with inclusions or pieces

Gold: es koyama  (Japan) – Narazuke (radish pickled in sake lees)

Silver: es koyama  (Japan) – 4 Amazonian Fruits & Cacao

Silver: es koyama  (Japan) – Kanpyo (dried gourd shavings) & olive oil

Silver: Evers & Tochter Manufaktur  (Germany) – Vollmichschokolade mit Trüffelsalz

Silver: Le Chocolat de H  (Japan) – Miso and Apple

Silver: Le Chocolat de H  (Japan) – Sake

Silver: Malmö Chokladfabrik  (Sweden) – Vilda Hallon

Silver: Piccola Pasticceria  (Italy) – Gianduja

Bronze: Åkesson’s  (United Kingdom) – 45% Bali Milk Chocolate with Fleur de Sel & Coconut Blossom Sugar

Bronze: Cathryn Cariad Chocolates  (United Kingdom) – Coffee & Cardamom – milk chocolate bar

Bronze: Chocolatte  (Sweden) – Roasted canola and sea salt

Bronze: Giraudi Cioccolato  (Italy) – Tavoletta Inclusioni “Sapore Esotico”

Milk chocolate bars with a filling

Gold: Clement  (Germany) – Jamaika Rum Schokolade

Silver: Clement  (Germany) – Slyrs Whiskyliqueur Schokolade

Silver: Clement  (Germany) – Spekulatius Nougat Schokolade

Silver: es koyama  (Japan) – Matcha & Passion Fruit Praline

Silver: es koyama  (Japan) – Narazuke Praline (radish pickled in sake lees) & Mango

Bronze: Clement  (Germany) – Zirben Schokolade

Flavoured white chocolate bars

Gold: es koyama  (Japan) – Black soybean flour & Milk Kintoki (Milk & Azuki)

Gold: The Violet Chocolate Company  (Canada) – Pumpkin Chai

Silver: es koyama  (Japan) – Fried Yuba (dried bean curd)

Silver: es koyama  (Japan) – Real Gyokuro

Silver: Forte Chocolates  (United States) – Rosemary Sea Salt Bar

Silver: Le Chocolat de H  (Japan) – Gyokuro

Silver: Le Chocolat de H  (Japan) – Kinkan-Lemon

Silver: Omnom Chocolate  (Iceland) – Lakkrís + Sea Salt

Silver: The Violet Chocolate Company  (Canada) – Gingersnap Cookie

Bronze: David H. Chow Chocolates & Confections  (Canada) – Roasted white chocolate bar with honey toffee, fennel pollen & sea salt

Bronze: Forte Chocolates  (United States) – Lemon Pepper Bar

Bronze: Harrer Chocolat  (Hungary) – Chocolate Mint

Bronze: Le Chocolat de H  (Japan) – Heaven

Bronze: Piccola Pasticceria  (Italy) – Cremino Croccante

Bronze: Soma Chocolatemaker  (Canada) – Raspberry Bar


Ganaches, palets, ganache pralines and truffles

Unflavoured dark chocolate ganaches or truffles

Gold: Andreas Muschler  (Germany) – Emelie

Silver: Ara Chocolat  (France) – Porcelana ganache

Silver: Arcay Chocolates  (United States) – Guasare Grand Cru

Silver: Arcay Chocolates  (United States) – Ocumare

Silver: Chocolopolis  (United States) – Dominican Republic House Blend Truffle

Silver: Raoul Boulanger  (France) – Mexique

Silver: Sweet Lollapalooza Fine Chocolates  (Canada) – Pure Nacional

Silver: Truffle Shots  (United States) – Dos Primos

Bronze: Arcay Chocolates  (United States) – Güere

Bronze: Arcay Chocolates  (United States) – Sosaya

Bronze: Bello et Angeli Les Chocolatiers  (France) – Ba Lai

Bronze: BETA5  (Canada) – La Quemazon

Bronze: Chocolopolis  (United States) – Madagascar Craft Truffle

Bronze: Clement  (Germany) – Grand Cru Arriba 72% Truffe

Flavoured dark chocolate ganaches or truffles

Gold: es koyama  (Japan) – Kinmokusei (fragrant olive) & Chanchamayo 63%

Silver: Casa Nobile  (Switzerland) – Negroni Praline

Silver: Casa Nobile  (Switzerland) – Praline Rose melissa

Silver: es koyama  (Japan) – Ethiopian Coffee (The Blue Nile, Natural) & Honey of Coffee Flower

Silver: Forte Chocolates  (United States) – Cherry Almond Truffle

Silver: Harrerchocolat  (Austria) – Calamansi Gingerpraline

Silver: Laurent Gerbaud Chocolatier  (Belgium) – Ganache Mangue Coriandre Citron Vert

Silver: Svenningsen Chocolatier  (Denmark) – Lovely Lazy 85%

Silver: Torta Pistocchi Firenze  (Italy) – Torta Fondente Uvetta e Rhum Agricolo della Martinica

Bronze: Casa Nobile  (Switzerland) – Absinth coffee praline

Bronze: Chococo  (United Kingdom) – Arbequina & Sea Salt

Bronze: Taylors of Whitstable  (United Kingdom) – Damson plum & Amaretto dark chocolate truffles

Bronze: Truffle Shots  (United States) – Macallan Whisky Caramel

Milk chocolate ganaches or truffles

Gold: Andreas Muschler  (Germany) – Mogador

Silver: es koyama  (Japan) – Fukimiso

Silver: es koyama  (Japan) – Kenyan Coffee (Kainamui) & Chanchamayo 48%

Silver: es koyama  (Japan) – Shoyu Nouveau (Soy sauce & Pedro Ximénez)

Silver: es koyama  (Japan) – Taiwanese Kiriboshidaikon (dried Japanese radish julienne)

Silver: Harrerchocolat  (Austria) – Grapefruit praline

Bronze: Ben Le Prevost Chocolatier  (United Kingdom) – Peanut Butter on Toast

Bronze: Casa Nobile  (Switzerland) – Mountain hey milk praline

Bronze: Truffle Shots  (United States) – Minted Grapefruit

White chocolate ganaches or truffles

Gold: Iain Burnett Highland Chocolatier  (United Kingdom) – Caramel & Hint of Liquorice Velvet Truffle

Silver: Chocolopolis  (United States) – Lemon Lavender Truffle

Bronze: Casa Nobile  (Switzerland) – Praline Tropicana

Bronze: Forte Chocolates  (United States) – Lemon Pepper in White Chocolate

Bronze: The Chocolate line by Dominique Persoone  (Belgium) – Brasil

Bronze: Truffle Shots  (United States) – Castelvetrano Olive

Bronze: Wolter  (Mexico) – Maracuya Bonbon

Ganaches or truffles using mixed dark/milk/white for coating and fillings

Gold: es koyama  (Japan) – Panama Coffee (Geisha Natural) & Lychee

Silver: es koyama  (Japan) – Phoenix Oolong Mi Tao Xiong & Mango

Silver: es koyama  (Japan) – Sake lees(one year)

Silver: Ika Chocolate  (Israel) – Zaatar

Silver: Soma Chocolatemaker  (Canada) – Thai Stick

Silver: Sylvain Marron Chocolatier Pâtissier  (Sweden) – Ginger

Bronze: Andrea Bianchini Chocolate Luxory Collection  (Italy) – Myoho

Bronze: Andreas Muschler  (Germany) – Caramel y sel

Bronze: Chocolatier M  (Belgium) – Smokey lemon

Bronze: es koyama  (Japan) – Oriental Fromboise-Lotus tea & framboise (Vietnam 71%)

Bronze: Fifth Dimension Chocolates  (United Kingdom) – Yuzu & Pink Peppercorn

Bronze: Zangio Chocolate  (Hungary) – Raspberry truffle


Nuts

Nut based pralines with dark chocolate

Gold: Guido Castagna  (Italy) – Pralina Pistacchio di Bronte

Silver: es koyama  (Japan) – Praline of Burdock and Blackshichimi Pepper

Silver: Guido Castagna  (Italy) – Pralina Cannella e Calendula

Silver: Guido Castagna  (Italy) – Pralina Cardamomo e Malva

Silver: Guido Castagna  (Italy) – Pralina Menta e Liquirizia

Silver: Laurent Gerbaud Chocolatier  (Belgium) – Praliné Pistache de Grèce

Bronze: Deremiens  (Belgium) – Praslin

Dark chocolate gianduiotto / cremino

Gold: Guido Castagna  (Italy) – Giuinott

Silver: Giraudi Cioccolato  (Italy) – Gianduiotto Fondente

Flavoured dark chocolate cremino

Gold: Gardini  (Italy) – Cremino Bigusto Liquerizia

Silver: Gardini  (Italy) – Cremino Bigusto Amarena

Silver: Gardini  (Italy) – Cremino Bigusto uvetta di Corinto

Dark chocolate enrobed marzipan

Gold: Piccola Pasticceria  (Italy) – Lampone e Mandorla

Silver: Pietro Macellaro Pasticceria Agricola Cilentana  (Italy) – Wild Mountain Oregano and Lemon

Nut based pralines with milk chocolate

Gold: es koyama  (Japan) – Praline Amazon (4 Amazonian fruits) & Matcha

Silver: Chocolatier M  (Belgium) – Peanuts & co

Silver: es koyama  (Japan) – Rooibos tea & Akajiso (Red Perilla) Praline

Bronze: Chocolatier M  (Belgium) – Woestyne

Bronze: es koyama  (Japan) – Keraji-Pepper & Keraji Sesame praline

Bronze: Michel Cluizel  (France) – Capri

Bronze: Tartuflanghe  (Italy) – Trifulòt Cardamomo

Milk chocolate gianduiotto or cremino

Gold: Piccola Pasticceria  (Italy) – Piccolo Gianduja

Silver: Giraudi Cioccolato  (Italy) – Gianduiotto Classici

Bronze: Soma Chocolatemaker  (Canada) – Gianduja

Unflavoured milk chocolate cremino

Gold: Gustolato  (Croatia) – Cremino al Latte con Nocciole Piemonte coperto al Latte

Silver: Piccola Pasticceria  (Italy) – Cremino Tre Colori

Milk chocolate dragées, enrobed whole nuts

Gold: chocoMe  (Hungary) – Raffinée Piemonte hazelnut covered in Ethiopian Harrar coffee

Silver: Chocolat du Jour  (Brazil) – Almond Chocolate

Silver: Vanuato Kakaw  (Mexico) – Coffee Moka

Bronze: Chocolat du Jour  (Brazil) – Macadamia Chocolate

Nut based pralines with white chocolate

Silver: Tartuflanghe  (Italy) – Trifulòt Arachide

White chocolate dragées, enrobed whole nuts

Gold: Torta Pistocchi Firenze  (Italy) – Drageè Pistacchio e Arancia

Silver: ChocoCard  (Hungary) – Pistachio dragée

Bronze: Rococo Chocolates  (United Kingdom) – Persian Pistachios

Bronze: Schell Schokoladen  (Germany) – Zitronennüsschen


Caramels

Dark chocolate enrobed caramels

Gold: Forte Chocolates  (United States) – Dark Sea Salt Caramel

Silver: Casa Nobile  (Switzerland) – 1001 Night Caramel

Silver: Giovanna Maggiolo Chocolate Artesanal  (Peru) – Maras

Bronze: Deremiens  (Belgium) – Orval

Milk chocolate enrobed caramels

Gold: Fifth Dimension Chocolates  (United Kingdom) – Apple & Calvados Caramel

Gold: Theo Chocolate  (United States) – Sweet Onion Caramel

Silver: Chococo  (United Kingdom) – Gingerbread Caramel

Bronze: Andrea Bianchini Chocolate Luxory Collection  (Italy) – Ichinen

Bronze: Chocolatte  (Sweden) – Browned butter caramel

Bronze: Fifth Dimension Chocolates  (United Kingdom) – Soy Caramel


Others – fruit/sugar/butter/cream

Dark chocolate enrobed fruit pastes, jellies/gelée

Silver: Chococo  (United Kingdom) – Tawny Fig

Bronze: Atalia  (Italy) – Boule pera-noci-formaggio

Dark chocolate enrobed whole fruit

Gold: Riccardo Pelagagge  (Italy) – Clementina candita con honeybush e mango

Milk chocolate enrobed whole fruit

Silver: Torta Pistocchi Firenze  (Italy) – Uvetta, cioccolato al latte e mandorla


Spreads

Spreads with dark chocolate (no milk powder)

Gold: Guido Castagna  (Italy) – Crema Gianduja +55

Silver: beckscocoa  (Germany) – Schokohaselnusscreme

Spreads with milk chocolate

Gold: Piccola Pasticceria  (Italy) – Buongiorno alla Nocciola

Silver: Arcay Chocolates  (United States) – Passion Spread

Silver: Gustolato  (Croatia) – Spalmabile al pistacchio greco (50%)

Silver: Pasticceria Vacchieri Marco – Dolci Intuizioni  (Italy) – Crema Gianduia

Silver: Piccola Pasticceria  (Italy) – Buongiorno allo Zabaione


Special awards

Given for entries that qualify for the special category criteria

Plain/origin dark chocolate bars

Gold – Chocolate Maker: Bonnat Chocolatier  (France) – Selva Maya
Gold – Directly Traded: Bonnat Chocolatier  (France) – Selva Maya
Gold – Organic: Friis-Holm Chokolade  (Denmark) – O’Payo Organic 68%
Gold – Growing Country: Pacari Chocolate  (Ecuador) – Tutu Iku 70%

Micro-batch – Plain/origin dark chocolate bars

Gold – Chocolate Maker: Ara Chocolat  (France) – La Sabana 70%
Gold – Directly Traded: Ara Chocolat  (France) – La Sabana 70%
Gold – Chocolate Maker: Cacao Hunters  (Colombia) – Sierra Nevada 64%
Gold – Directly Traded: Cacao Hunters  (Colombia) – Sierra Nevada 64%
Gold – Growing Country: Cacao Hunters  (Colombia) – Sierra Nevada 64%
Gold – Organic: Omnom Chocolate  (Iceland) – Madagascar 66%

Plain/origin milk chocolate bars

Gold – Chocolate Maker: Fruition Chocolate Works  (United States) – Marañón Milk
Gold – Directly Traded: Fruition Chocolate Works  (United States) – Marañón Milk
Gold – Growing Country: Cacaosuyo  (Peru) – Piura Milk

Micro-batch – Plain/origin milk chocolate bars

Gold – Chocolate Maker: Castronovo Chocolate  (United States) – Rare Cacao Collection – Sierra Nevada, Colombia Dark Milk 63%
Gold – Directly Traded: Castronovo Chocolate  (United States) – Rare Cacao Collection – Sierra Nevada, Colombia Dark Milk 63%
Gold – Growing Country: Cacao Hunters  (Colombia) – Tumaco Leche 53%

Plain/origin white chocolate bars

Gold – Chocolate Maker: Chocolates El Rey  (Venezuela) – Carenero Superior ICOA White Chocolate, 34% Cacao
Gold – Directly Traded: Chocolates El Rey  (Venezuela) – Carenero Superior ICOA White Chocolate, 34% Cacao
Gold – Growing Country: Chocolates El Rey  (Venezuela) – Carenero Superior ICOA White Chocolate, 34% Cacao