Central American Competition Winners – 2018

dicembre 7, 2018 11:45 pm by International Chocolate Awards in Risultati, Winners

The International Chocolate Awards is pleased to announce the Winners of the second Central American Support Competition (Segunda Competencia de Chocolates de Centro América 2018), which was judged in Guatemala City, Guatemala 1 – 5 December 2018.

The second Central American competition recognises the tradition and culture of chocolate and cacao over thousands of years in the historical Mesoamerica area. The competition aims to help develop local production of craft and fine flavour chocolate products in the emerging fine chocolate industry and stimulate the production of fine cacao in the Central American region.

Judges

The judging panel was made up of member of our Grand Jury and international judges who traveled to Guatemala, joined by local chefs and technical experts.

Links

Prizes

(Prizes are shown in alphabetical order for each medal)


Barrette plain/origin

Barrette fondenti plain /origin

Gold: Feliu Chocolate  (Mexico) – Criollo Marfil – La Rioja
Silver: Fabrica de Chocolate Momotombo  (Nicaragua) – Tableta Oscuro 70% Rio Waslala
Silver: Fabrica de Chocolate Momotombo  (Nicaragua) – Tableta Oscuro 70% Waslala
Silver: Feliu Chocolate  (Mexico) – Soconusco
Silver: Wolter  (Mexico) – Quetzalli 85%
Silver: Wolter  (Mexico) – Quetzalli uranga
Silver: Wolter  (Mexico) – Quetzalli wolter
Silver: Xocolatisimo  (El Salvador) – San José Real de La Carrera 65%
Silver: Xocolatisimo  (El Salvador) – San José Real de La Carrera 70%
Silver: Zucoleto  (Honduras) – Chocolate Oscuro 70%
Bronze: Fabrica de Chocolate Momotombo  (Nicaragua) – Tableta Oscuro 70%
Bronze: Kotowa Chocolate Victoria  (Panama) – Chocolate oscuro 70%
Bronze: Nahua  (Costa Rica) – Dark 70% Upala
Bronze: Nahua  (Costa Rica) – Dark 70% Upala & Guatuso
Bronze: Palato Hand Crafted Chocolate  (Honduras) – 65% Chocolate Oscuro
Bronze: Tropical Chocolate Café  (Panama) – Tropical Chocolate 70%
Bronze: Xocolatisimo  (El Salvador) – San José Real de La Carrera 75%

Micro-batch – Barrette fondenti plain /origin

Gold: Maleku Chocolate  (Costa Rica) – Tenorio Dark 70%
Silver: Kakaw Museo  (Mexico) – Xocolate Chiapas – Soconusco 70 ( * MAYARI CASTELLANOS)
Silver: Maleku Chocolate  (Costa Rica) – Maleku Chocolate Dark 75%
Silver: Nahua  (Costa Rica) – Dark 70% Upala & Guatuso
Silver: XKIK’ chocolate de origen  (Mexico) – 65% Cacao, Plantación El Rocío
Silver: XKIK’ chocolate de origen  (Mexico) – 65% Cacao, Sarabia
Bronze: Le Caméléon  (Mexico) – Blanco Marfil 75% Cacao
Bronze: XKIK’ chocolate de origen  (Mexico) – 65% Cacao, Galeana
Bronze: XKIK’ chocolate de origen  (Mexico) – 75% cacao, Galeana

Barrette ad alta% cioccolato fondente (sopra 85%)

Silver: Cacaoterra/Xiquipil  (El Salvador) – Xiquipil 85% Finca La Cruz
Silver: Xocolatisimo  (El Salvador) – San José Real de La Carrera 85%
Bronze: Cacaoterra/Xiquipil  (El Salvador) – Xiquipil 85% Finca La Catarina
Bronze: Kakaw Museo  (Mexico) – Xocolate Chiapas – Rioja 85
Bronze: Maleku Chocolate  (Costa Rica) – Upala Single Origin 85%
Bronze: Nahua  (Costa Rica) – Dark 90% Upala

Barrette fondenti plain /origin prodotte con zuccheri alternativi naturali

Bronze: Nahua  (Costa Rica) – Dark 70% Candid

Barrette al latte plain/origin

Silver: Zucoleto  (Honduras) – Chocolate con leche 45%

Barrette al latte plain/origin (sopra 50%)

Gold: Fabrica de Chocolate Momotombo  (Nicaragua) – Tableta Fino de Leche
Silver: Cacaoterra/Xiquipil  (El Salvador) – Xiquipil 65% Dark Milk San Jose del Real de La Carrera
Bronze: Maleku Chocolate  (Costa Rica) – Maleku Chocolate 60% Milk
Bronze: SiBö Chocolate Costa Rica  (Costa Rica) – Talamanca 63%

Micro-batch – Barrette al latte plain/origin

Silver: Danta Chocolate  (Guatemala) – Maya Rojo Milk

Barrette bianche plain/origin

Gold: Danta Chocolate  (Guatemala) – White Chocolate


Barrette aromatizzate

Barrette cioccolato fondente con infusione o aromi

Gold: Cacaoterra/Xiquipil  (El Salvador) – Xiquipil 50% Mocha Guanaca San Jose/Ayutepeque
Silver: Nahua  (Costa Rica) – Dark 70% Ginger
Silver: Nahua  (Costa Rica) – Dark 70% Orange
Silver: Wolter  (Mexico) – Quetzalli Piña (**)
Bronze: Wolter  (Mexico) – Quetzalli Criollo Pasión 70% (**)

Barrette di cioccolato fondente con inclusioni o pezzi

Silver: Tropical Chocolate Café  (Panama) – Tropical Chocolate 65% (**)
Silver: Xocolatisimo  (El Salvador) – Tableta de Chocolate 75% Cacao Con Gengibre y Galleta (**)
Bronze: SiBö Chocolate Costa Rica  (Costa Rica) – Roasted Almond 70% (**)
Bronze: Xocolatisimo  (El Salvador) – Tableta de Chocolate Oscuro con Banano (**)

Barrete cioccolato fondente ripiene

Bronze: Nahua  (Costa Rica) – Dark 70% Passion Fruit

Barrette ruvide fondenti aromatizzate

Gold: Cacao Junajpu  (Guatemala) – Rustico Mayan Spice Cacao Bar

Barrette ciccolato al latte con infusione o aromi

Gold: Maleku Chocolate  (Costa Rica) – Maleku Chocolate 60% Milk Chili (**)
Silver: Maleku Chocolate  (Costa Rica) – Lava – 56% Milk Chocolate with nutmeg & Chili (**)

Barrette di cioccolato al latte con inclusioni o pezzi

Gold: Danta Chocolate  (Guatemala) – Milk Chocolate with Smoked Chile and Whole Cacao Beans (**)
Bronze: Estukurú  (Costa Rica) – Tableta chocolate con leche y maní garapiñado (**)

Barrette al cioccolato bianco aromatizzato con infusione o aromi

Bronze: Palato Hand Crafted Chocolate  (Honduras) – Chocolate Blanco con Limon y Sal Rosada (**)

Barrette al cioccolato bianco con inclusioni o pezzi

Gold: Xocolatisimo  (El Salvador) – Tableta de Chocolate Blanco Con Frambuesa (**)
Silver: Danta Chocolate  (Guatemala) – White with Nibs (**)
Silver: Maleku Chocolate  (Costa Rica) – Cañas, white 40% with cacao nibs (**)


Ganaches, paletes, praline e tartufi alla ganache

Ganache o tartufi con cioccolato fondente aromatizzato

Silver: Danta Chocolate  (Guatemala) – Zacapa Centenario (**)
Bronze: Cacaoterra/Xiquipil  (El Salvador) – Shaw’s Mayaland Flor de Jamaica Truffle (**)
Bronze: Xocolatisimo  (El Salvador) – Trufa De Chocolate Oscuro 75% Cacao con Nibs (**)

Ganache o tartufi al cioccolato al latte

Bronze: Danta Chocolate  (Guatemala) – Maracuyá y Chocolate de Leche (**)

Ganaches o tartufi di cioccolato bianco

Bronze: Xocolatisimo  (El Salvador) – Bombón de Mantequilla (**)

Ganache o tertufi prodotti utilizzando ciccolati misti Fondente /latte/bianco per copertura o ripieno

Gold: SiBö Chocolate Costa Rica  (Costa Rica) – Rompope truffle (**)
Silver: Wolter  (Mexico) – bombón de mezcal y balsámico (**)
Bronze: Kakaw Museo  (Mexico) – Napana: Maracuya & Almendra By Chriss Macbeth (**)


Praline a base di noci e noci ricoperte

Praline a base di frutta/ gianduja con ciccolato fondente

Silver: Xocolatisimo  (El Salvador) – Bombón deMantquilla de Maní y Caramelo de Laurel (**)

Praline a base di noci/gianduja con cioccolato al latte

Bronze: Cacaoterra/Xiquipil  (El Salvador) – Shaw’s Caramelized Macadamia


Caramello

Caramello ricoperti con cioccolato fondente

Silver: Nahua  (Costa Rica) – Praline Vainilla (**)

Caramello ricoperto con cioccolato al latte

Gold: SiBö Chocolate Costa Rica  (Costa Rica) – Café Irlandés caramel (**)


Altre -frutti/zucchero/burro/crema

Paste di frutta, gelatine, gelée ricoperte con cioccolato fondente

Bronze: Cacaoterra/Xiquipil  (El Salvador) – Shaw’s Mayaland Tamarind Truffle (**)

Frutti interi ricoperti di cioccolato fondente

Bronze: Cacaoterra/Xiquipil  (El Salvador) – Shaw’s Cascara de Naranja (**)


Spalmabili

Spalmabili con cioccolato al latte

Bronze: El Bastión  (Mexico) – EL BASTIÓN CREMA DE CHOCOLATE (**)