Dark chocolate sprinkled with candied cupuaçu fruit. Theobroma cupuaçu (pronounced cupuassu) is a cousin to cacao. It is floral, fragrant, and bright. In Brazil the pulp is used as an ingredient in desserts, candies, drinks, and ice creams. Mostly used near the areas where it grows in the Amazon and Atlantic Rainforest.
Part of Mission Chocolate’s BRAZIL BIOMES PROJECT which highlights ingredients that are:
- Native to Brazil
- Grow wild
- Are endangered
- Promote environmental preservation
- Encourage community development
- Are accessible and taste great
International Chocolate Awards Americas (2018) – Silver
International Chocolate Awards World (2018)– Gold
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