About the Maralumi Plantation:
The home of the plantation is the island of Papua - New Guinea, to the north of Australia, in the Pacific Ocean. Located on the eastern end of the island, just south of the equator, the Maralumi plantation benefits from a moist equatorial climate and soil that is rich in alluvia, making the area ideal for growing cocoa trees. "Maralumi’, the ‘river spirits’ watch over the plantation that bears their name. In Papua New Guinea, plantations are subjected to strict rules: from picking to drying, via the graining of the beans, everything is done to ensure rigorous quality supervision for the cocoa. The Maralumi plantation produces cocoa of the trinitario variety, with plenty of character.
Its strongly aromatic milk chocolate. It expresses in the mouth the characteristic notes of bananas, red berries and blueberries, then develops progressively
in an herbaceous and ‘salted caramel’ harmony. The aftertaste is smooth and long with outstanding bittersweet prolongations.