Peru Competition 2015 Winners

Juli 19, 2015 2:19 pm by International Chocolate Awards in News @de, Results @de, Winners @de

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The International Chocolate Awards is pleased to announce the Winners of the 2015 Peru Competition, which was judged July 2-4, 2015, in Lima as part of the activities of the VI Salón del Cacao y Chocolate, Peru. This is the First Peruvian Chocolate Competition (Primer Concurso Nacional de Chocolate Peruano), an outreach project of the International Chocolate Awards.

We are proud that our first ever Cacao Country Support Competition was held in a cacao-growing country in Latin America, cacao’s ancestral home. The contest celebrates the emergence of a fine chocolate industry in Peru, a country whose growing cacao potential and genetic diversity promises to support the development of a strong chocolate industry based on fine origin chocolate

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Lima Salon del Cacao y Chocolate 2015 logoThe competition was run in partnership with the Committee of the Salón del Chocolate y Cacao, a group formed by the Asociación Peruana de Productores de Cacao (APPCACAO), the country’s largest association of cacao growers, the United States Agency for International Develoment (USAID) and its operator and partner TECHNOSERVE (TNS), Agronomists and Veterinarians without Borders (AVSF), the Comisión Nacional para el Desarrollo y Vida sin Drogas (DEVIDA), the Comisión de Promoción del Perú para la Exportación y el Turismo (PROMPERU), and the Ministerio de Agricultura y Riego (MINAGRI).

Sponsored by the International Chocolate Awards, the competition was run using the International Chocolate Awards judging system and rules and was adjudicated by members of our Grand Jury. This Cacao Country Support Competition judges bars, filled chocolates, and chocolate beverages, and it is not part of our 2015 World Final qualifying series. Designed as a self-contained National Competition, it is a prototype for world-wide contests where we will help establish objective and transparent benchmarks that contribute to the self-evaluation of emerging fine chocolate industries in cacao-growing countries.

International Judges

The judging panel included food writers, cacao and chocolate experts, journalists, bloggers, chefs and chocolate tasters from Europe, South America and the USA and members of our international Grand Jury panel. The panel also featured winners from our World Final series from Ecuador, the USA, Venezuela and Vietnam.

Prizes

The competition judged entries from the following types of products: plain origin chocolate bars (dark, milk or white); flavoured bars (dark, milk or white), with infusions, inclusions, and filled; filled chocolates, and chocolate beverages.

Prizes were awarded by the VI Salón del Cacao y Chocolate, Peru 2015 during an official ceremony on July 4 at the Hotel Maria Angola.

(Prizes are shown in alphabetical order for each medal)


Pure / HerkunftsTafeln

Tafeln – Pur / Herkunft dunkel

Gold: Cacaosuyo  (Peru) – Piura Select

Silver: Cacaosuyo  (Peru) – Lakuna

Bronze: AMAZ Chocolate  (Peru) – Amazonas

Bronze: AMAZ Chocolate  (Peru) – San Martin

Bronze: ChocoMuseo  (Peru) – Barras de chocolate de origen Chulucanas

Bronze: Cocama  (Peru) – 60% Bitter

Bronze: Cocama  (Peru) – 75% Bitter

Tafeln – Pur / Herkunft Milch

Gold: Cacaosuyo  (Peru) – Piura Milk

Silver: Fábrica de Chocolates La Ibérica S.A.  (Peru) – Barra Milky La Ibérica

Bronze: AMAZ Chocolate  (Peru) – Chocolate con leche

Tafeln – Pur / Herkunft Weiss

Gold: Mishki Cacao  (Peru) – Chocolate con Majambo al 60% de cacao


Tafeln mit Geschmackszusatz

Tafeln – mit Zusatz – eingerührte / untergemischte Zutaten – dunkel

Bronze: AMAZ Chocolate  (Peru) – Hierba Luisa

Tafeln – mit Zusatz – Einschlüsse / Stücke – dunkel

Gold: Q’uma Chocolate  (Peru) – Chocolate Maras Salt (Sal de Maras) 70% Cacao

Silver: Cacaosuyo  (Peru) – Piura Nibs

Bronze: Makao Peru  (Peru) – Chocolate bitter de 60 % con Aguamanto

Bronze: Orquidea  (Peru) – Dark chocolate with cacao nibs

Tafeln – mit Zusatz – gefüllt – dunkel

Gold: Cacaosuyo  (Peru) – Camu Camu & Yacon

Tafeln – mit Zusatz – Einschlüsse / Stücke – Milchschokolade

Gold: Fábrica de Chocolates La Ibérica S.A.  (Peru) – Barra Milky Crocante

Silver: Cacaosuyo  (Peru) – Quinoa

Bronze: Orquidea  (Peru) – Chocolate con leche y pecanas

Tafeln – mit Zusatz – weisse Schokolade

Gold: AMAZ Chocolate  (Peru) – Capuccino


Ganache, Taler, Ganache Pralinen, Trüffel

Gefüllte Pralinen – ohne Zusatz dunkel – Ganaches und Trüffel

Gold: Dreams of Eva  (Peru) – 70/70

Gefüllte Pralinen – mit Zusatz dunkel – Ganaches und Trüffel

Gold: Dreams of Eva  (Peru) – Piura / Amazonas

Silver: Xocolatl  (Peru) – Moscatel

Gefüllte Pralinen – Weisse Schokolade mit und ohne Zusatz – Ganaches und Trüffel

Gold: Xocolatl  (Peru) – Ranfañote

Gefüllte Pralinen – gemischte Schokoladen Ummantelung / Füllung mit und ohne Zusatz – Ganaches und Trüffel

Gold: Dreams of Eva  (Peru) – Ají Amarillo

Silver: Dreams of Eva  (Peru) – Lúcuma / Pisco


Nüsse

Gefüllte Pralinen – Milch (mit und ohne Zusatz) – schokolierte, ganze Nüsse

Bronze: Fábrica de Chocolates La Ibérica S.A.  (Peru) – Bombón Pecana


Aufstriche

Aufstriche mit dunkler Schokolade (ohne Milchpulver)

Gold: ChocoMuseo  (Peru) – Chocolate Jam with Maracumango

Silver: ChocoMuseo  (Peru) – Chocolate Jam – Peanut


Dark drinking chocolate (made with milk)

Gold: Dreams of Eva  (Peru) – Canela, clavo y jengibre

Gold: Xocolatl  (Peru) – Chocolate Caliente

Silver: AMAZ Chocolate  (Peru) – Cup Chocolate

Milch Trinkschokolade (mit Milchschokolade /Milchpulver)

Silver: ChocoMuseo  (Peru) – Licor de crema de café

Silver: Mishki Cacao  (Peru) – Chocolate para Tasa 100 % Cacao


(*)  Declared chocolate maker for private label bars.

(**) Winner has declared the product is made with their own bean-to-bar chocolate or couverture.