Located to the east of Papua New Guinea, the Kingdom of the Solomon Islands is made up of a thousand islands and islets representing an emerged territory barely larger than Switzerland.
In recent years, small family cocoa farms have gradually replaced large palm oil plantations. Although Solomon Islands cocoa is still little known, it stands out as a rare and subtle varietal complex.
David Junior Kebu’s cocoa plantation is located in the northeast of Guadalcanal Island, near the town of Honiara. Camped on the banks of the Matepono River, the family farm stands out for the quality of the care taken in fermentation, drying, and the selection of beans. This work earned him, in 2015, a gold medal at the International Cocoa Awards.
full-bodied and deep. Acidulous and fruity attack then woody aromas and a tan finish