Orfève chocolate of Geneva have two chocolate styles – Noir de Noir and Brut de Noir. But what’s the difference?
Noir de Noir (gold foil) are smooth, dark chocolate bars made from the finest cocoa beans and a subtle blend of raw cane sugar and whole cane sugar.
Brut de Noir (bronze foil) are made with an original manufacturing technique. This provides a crunchy texture from raw cane sugar. A touch of sweetness as the sugar crystals begin to melt in the mouth. There are two ingredients: fine cocoa beans and raw cane sugar.
This bar is their Brut de Noir Alto Piura, with Peruvian Gran Blanco beans.
And the only ingredients used in their Geneva factory are shelled cocoa beans, raw cane sugar, cocoa butter and whole cane sugar.