“Seboruco” cacao grows in very small quantities by tiny farms whose families’ livelihood rely on their harvested beans.
Some of these farms are ancestral and remain with a decent percentage of “Criollo” blood with interesting flavors and aromas.
“Seboruco” cacao beans production are comprised of 124 small-scaled farmers duly geolocated with pin-point traceability from tree-to-bag in place.
Additionally, a set of edaphoclimatic variables are fully recorded through climatological seasons, that link the post-harvest and producers altogether.
A highly aromatic Trinitario cocoa variety with high content of “Criollo” blood, nestled by the south of Maracaibo Lake at the Andean foothills.
Strong cacao aromas and dry fruits and well-balanced level of acidity.
Fruity, Floral, wood, dry fruits and tobacco.