Peru Competition 2021 – Winners

oktober 15, 2021 7:45 pm by Lilla Toth-Tatai in News, Results, Winners

Peru 2021 Winners Teaser

The International Chocolate Awards is pleased to announce the winners of the Sexto Concurso Nacional de Chocolate Peruano. The prize ceremony took place on October 12, as a hybrid, virtual and in-person, ceremony at the Hilton Hotel in Miraflores.

This competition was held in Peru from August 1 to October 7, 2021, organized and conducted by the International Chocolate Awards in collaboration with the “Comité Organizador del Salón de Cacao y Chocolate.” This group is composed by the following associations: Peruvian Association of Cacao Producers (APPCACAO), the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and its operating partners Alianza Cacao Perú (ACP), the National Commission for Development and Life without Drugs (DEVIDA), the Peruvian Promotion Commission for Export and Tourism (PROMPERU), the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism (MINCETUR), the Ministry of Production (Produce), the United Nations Program (UNDP) and the Ministry of Agrarian Development and Irrigation (MIDAGRI).

The objective of events of this nature is to recognize and reward excellence in the elaboration of fine chocolates and derived products; and uses protocols already validated by a committee of international experts, which guarantee independence, transparency and speed in evaluations during the execution of the competition.

 

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The competition was part of the 12th edition of the 2021 Salón de Cacao y Chocolate which operated with a “mixed format” (virtual-and in-person). The use of the digital platform has been vital to carry out the International Chocolate Awards online evaluation system and protocol for national and international judges in the difficult times of the pandemic and our prize ceremony. The judging panel included food writers, cacao and chocolate experts, journalists, and chocolate tasters from Europe, Peru and the US and members of our international Grand Jury panel.

The judges have diligently worked remotely testing and evaluating anonymous chocolate samples in various categories from all over Peru. In this context, this sixth contest was executed taking into account the International Chocolate Awards Protocols and its online system (although it is not part of its World Series). It should be noted that it is the first cooperation project of the International Chocolate Awards with a cacao-producing country and it is defined as a Cacao Country Support Competition.

The objectives of the present contest have been to support excellence, generate competition, give added value to fine Peruvian cacao by recognizing high-quality chocolates and derived products, promote sustainable businesses and increase chocolate consumption in the national market.

Prizes

Sponsored by the International Chocolate Awards, the competition used the International Chocolate Awards judging system and rules and was adjudicated by members of our Grand Jury. This Cacao Country Support Competition judged bars, filled chocolates, and chocolate beverages, and it is not part of our 2021-22 World Final qualifying series.

** Bean-to-bar chocolatier products – recognising the growing trend of flavoured bars and filled chocolate made by chocolate makers, winning products made with an entrant’s own chocolate are marked with (**).

Prizes were awarded by the Salón del Cacao y Chocolate, Peru 2021 during an official Ceremony on 12 October, 2021 at the Hilton Hotel in Miraflores.

(Prizes are shown in score order for each medal)


‘Best in competition’ overall winners

Plain/origin dark bar categories

Gold: Cacaosuyo  (Peru) – Chuncho (91.5)

Plain/origin milk bar categories

Gold: Scrap & Chocolates  (Peru) – Dark Milk 63% cacao – origen La Quemazón (90.1)


Pure/origine repen

Pure/origine donkere chocoladerepen

Gold: Cacaosuyo  (Peru) – Chuncho (91.5)

+ Gold: Direct Traded

Silver: Barberis  (Peru) – Chocolate bitter 70% de cacao chuncho (90.1)

Silver: Cacaosuyo  (Peru) – Cuzco 80 (89.4)

Silver: Tribar Chocolate  (Peru) – Dark 70% – Piura, Gran Chililique (87.2) ( * Chocolatería Artesanal Amazónica)

Bronze: ChocoMikuna  (Peru) – Chocoapcah Bitter 75 % (86.1)

Bronze: Cacaosuyo  (Peru) – Piura Select (85.8)

Micro-batch – Pure/origine donkere chocoladerepen

Gold: Scrap & Chocolates  (Peru) – Dark 70% cacao – origen Platanal Bajo (90.4)

+ Gold: Direct Traded

Silver: Kontiti Historia, Arte y Chocolate  (Peru) – Chocolate 70% Bitter con Panela (89.9)

Silver: Juan Laura- The Chocolate Farmer  (Peru) – Single Selection VRAE 99 (89.4) ( * Rosaura Laura Vila & Carmen Vila Durand)

Silver: ChocoMuseo  (Peru) – 90% chuncho cacao chocolate (89.2)

+ Gold: High %

Silver: Scrap & Chocolates  (Peru) – Dark 70% cacao – origen La Quemazón (89.2)

Silver: Inka’Kaw  (Peru) – Chocolate oscuro 70% cacao (88.8)

Silver: Juan Laura- The Chocolate Farmer  (Peru) – Single Selection Pichari (88.8) ( * Rosaura Laura Vila & Carmen Vila Durand)

Silver: Korín Chocolate  (Peru) – Tableta de Bitter Para Taza 100 % Cacao (88.8)

+ Gold: 100%

Silver: Bakáu  (Peru) – Cajamarca 70% (88.7)

Silver: Pumatiy  (Peru) – 70 % Chuncho – Koribeni (88.7)

Silver: Cacaosuyo  (Peru) – Lakuna (88.5)

Silver: Walluyki  (Peru) – Dark Chocolate 60% cacao (88.3)

Silver: Scrap & Chocolates  (Peru) – Extra Dark 85% cacao-origen Palo Blanco (88.0)

Silver: Chocolates Ruro  (Peru) – Barras de Chocolate Bitter Porcelana 70% (87.8)

Silver: Quri Jaru  (Peru) – Barra de Chocolate al 70% de cacao (87.6) ( * Apuccara Chocolates E.I.R.L)

Silver: Nina Fine Chocolates  (Peru) – Nina 100% Cacao (87.3)

+ Gold: Organic

Silver: Nativcao  (Peru) – 78% raw chocolate( fermentación anima) (87.1)

+ Special: Fermentation additions

Silver: Pumatiy  (Peru) – 85 % Chuncho – Kapashiari (87.0)

Bronze: Bakáu  (Peru) – San Martín 75% (86.6)

Bronze: Korín Chocolate  (Peru) – Bitter 70% cacao y panela (86.5)

Bronze: Bakáu  (Peru) – Cusco 71% (86.4)

Bronze: Puro Peru  (Peru) – Bean to Bar Chocolate 70% (86.4)

Bronze: Bakáu  (Peru) – San Martín 70% (86.2)

Bronze: Inka’Kaw  (Peru) – Chocolate oscuro 80% cacao (86.0)

Bronze: Mansano  (Peru) – Chocolate 85% Cacao Dark Intense (85.6) ( * Global coop)

Bronze: Choco Maravillas  (Peru) – Dark Chocolate 60% Cacao (85.5)

Bronze: Choco Pachacutec  (Peru) – Chocolate Bitter al 60% (85.5) ( * INVERSIONES YESHVIT SAC)

Bronze: Kishwa  (Peru) – Chocolate 70% cacao – Cuzco (85.4)

Bronze: Shiro  (Peru) – Chocolate Bitter (85.3)

Bronze: Quri Jaru  (Peru) – Barra de Chocolate al 85% de cacao (85.2) ( * Apuccara Chocolates E.I.R.L)

Pure/origine melk chocoladerepen

Gold: Cacaosuyo  (Peru) – Piura Milk (89.3)

+ Gold: Direct Traded

Micro-batch – Pure/origine melk chocoladerepen

Gold: Scrap & Chocolates  (Peru) – Dark Milk 63% cacao – origen La Quemazón (90.1)

+ Gold: Direct Traded

Silver: Bakáu  (Peru) – Peru Select 60% (89.3)

Silver: Kinsuri  (Peru) – Dark Milk Chocolate 50% Cacao (88.9)

Bronze: Kishwa  (Peru) – Chocolate Milk 50% endulzado con panela (86.8)

Bronze: Mikeila  (Peru) – mikeila leche 55% (86.4)

Pure/origine alternative chocoladerepen

Gold: Nativcao  (Peru) – Tarwi vegan milk 55% cocoa (88.0)

+ Special: Alternate vegan milk

Gold: Chozú  (Peru) – Yine (Cacao y Copoazú al 65%) (87.8)

+ Special: Alternate theobromas

+ Special: Biome

Pure/origine witte chocoladerepen

Bronze: ChocoMuseo  (Peru) – Vegan white chocolate (Andean lupine) (84.8)

+ Special: Gastronomic


Repen met toegevoegde smaak

Donkere chocoladerepen met een infusie of aroma

Gold: Bakáu  (Peru) – Café 65% (87.3)

+ Special: Ingredients

Silver: Finacao  (Peru) – Dark Chocolate 60% Cacao With Coffee (87.0)

Silver: Inka’Kaw  (Peru) – Chocolate oscuro 67% cacao con muña (86.5) (**)

+ Special: Gastronomic

Bronze: Kontiti Historia, Arte y Chocolate  (Peru) – Chocolate Maracuya 63% Bitter (85.2) (**)

Bronze: k’piros  (Peru) – Kapiro70% cacao chuncho, maracuyá (84.5) (**)

Donkere chocoladerepen met insluitsels of stukjes

Gold: Cacaosuyo  (Peru) – Piura Nibs (90.3) (**)

Silver: Bakáu  (Peru) – Kión 65% (88.2)

Silver: Korín Chocolate  (Peru) – Tableta de Chía y Ajonjolí 70% cacao (87.8) (**)

Silver: Korín Chocolate  (Peru) – Tableta de Aguaymanto 70 % cacao (87.3) (**)

Silver: Nina Fine Chocolates  (Peru) – Nina 70% Cacao & Nibs (87.1)

Silver: Korín Chocolate  (Peru) – Tableta de Piña Deshidratada 70 % Cacao (86.9) (**)

Silver: CHOCOLATE DIV  (Peru) – Chocolate con Naranja (86.6) (**)

Silver: CONCIENCIA Chocolate  (Peru) – JOY Chocolate Bar (86.6)

Bronze: Milan Peruvian Chocolates  (Peru) – Bitter 60% piel de naranja (85.5)

Donkere chocoladerepen met een vulling

Silver: Korín Chocolate  (Peru) – Tableta de Café 70 % Cacao (86.7) (**)

Bronze: Korín Chocolate  (Peru) – Tableta de Maracuya 70 % Cacao (84.8) (**)

Melk chocoladerepen met een infusie of aroma

Silver: Chocolates Kareena  (Peru) – 50% cacao con algarroba y maca- Piura (86.6) (**)

+ Special: Biome

+ Special: Gastronomic

Bronze: Chocolates Kareena  (Peru) – 50% cacao con café- Puerta Pulache (86.4) (**)

Melkchocoladerepen met insluitsels of stukjes

Gold: Cacaosuyo  (Peru) – Quinoa Crunch (88.6) (**)

Silver: Fabrica de Chocolates La Ibérica  (Peru) – La Ibérica Chocolatier Milky Crocante (86.4) (**)

Silver: Fabrica de Chocolates La Ibérica  (Peru) – Milky La Ibérica 22% Pecanas (86.3) (**)

Bronze: Chocoménica  (Peru) – Leche, pimienta y frutas deshidratadas (85.1) (**)

Bronze: Chocolates Ruro  (Peru) – Barras de Chocolate leche con Ajonjolí (84.9) (**)

Bronze: Pecos  (Peru) – Barra Macambo Crunch (84.7) (**)

+ Special: Alternate theobromas

Witte chocoladerepen met insluitsels of stukjes

Silver: Chocoménica  (Peru) – Gianduja de pistachos y fresas (86.5) (**)

Bronze: Chocoménica  (Peru) – Chocolate caramelizado, café – vainilla (85.5) (**)


Noten

Donkere chocolade dragees, omhulde hele noten

Gold: Shanenly  (Peru) – Grageas de Cacao (90.9) (**)

Bronze: Naturally Divine  (Peru) – Macambo Choco Bites (85.7)

+ Special: Alternate theobromas

Bronze: Chocolates Amyra  (Peru) – Almendras cubiertas con chocolate 70% (85.6)


Cocoa Powder

Bronze: Chocolates Amyra  (Peru) – Polvo de Cacao 100% puro (84.5)

Cocoa Butter

Bronze: Nutry Body  (Peru) – Organic Cacao Butter (85.5)


(*)  Declared chocolate maker for private label bars.

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