Cacao nibs are fragments of crushed cacao bean with intense flavour. This bean comes from the Theobroma cacao tree grown in their food forest in the southern part of India by a farmer family.
A little insight on how we get the cocoa nibs from our farmers:
Once harvested, the cacao nibs are removed from the pods, fermented for about 6-8 days, then dried.
The beans are then sorted, cleaned, roasted, de-shelled and then broken into nibs.
These crunchy bits are low in sugar & have a strong chocolatey flavour. These nibs are the purest form of Cacao before they’re converted into chocolate.
Here are a few pictures from our farm:
The product is fresh, and tastes great (can be eaten directly, or mixed with hot milk).
Amazing dark chocolate taste and smell.
It was the first time i tasted pure chocolate