The Chocolate Making Process
After cooling, the roasted cocoa beans are then placed inside a grinder, which grinds the beans into a coarse mixture of the cocoa beans and cocoa nibs.
After the coarse mixture of cocoa nibs and shells is acquired, the mixture is placed inside a device which is fitted with a vacuum that separates the shell from the bits of cocoa.
The pure cocoa nibs are placed inside a blender and ground into a fine cocoa powder. The powder which is obtained from this process is 100% cocoa free from any artificial chemicals.
The pure cocoa powder is combined with cocoa butter and granulated sugar in special machine, which mixes the ingredients for at least 24 hours.
After the chocolate has been completely mixed, it is extracted from the machine in a semi liquid form. This mixture is then tampered on a large metal surface using two spatulas until the mixture reaches the right consistency.
After the chocolate mixture has reached the right consistency, it is transferred to the chocolate molds and then placed in the refrigerator, where it is left to solidify. The finished product is 100% organic chocolate.