% of main ingredient
40% of Cocoa
Andoa Lactée is an extremely smooth chocolate that will enchant you with its milky intensity and its strong chocolate flavor. Organic and fairtrade milk chocolate couverture.
Flavor Profile Milky
Secondary Notes Farm Milk
Hint of Acidulous notesProduct Information
Andoa Lactée completes Valrhona’s range of milk chocolates by offering a new sensory experience. It does this thanks to the unique and instantly recognizable aromatics of fresh dairy milk. Andoa is a now-extinct native Peruvian dialect once spoken in the Loreto region of the Peruvian Amazon.
Andoa Lactée 39% is made from cocoa beans which have been carefully selected by our experts and their local partners. This single origin Grand Cru chocolate is made exclusively from the best organic and fair trade ingredients (all of them Max Havelaar and NOP certified). This is one example of the ways Valrhona is committing to sustainable development.
The intense farm-fresh milk notes make Andoa Lactée unique! Its intensity varies depending; on when the organic milk was farmed.
Christophe Devaux - R&D PROJECT MANAGER VALRHONA
Andoa Lactée unfurls through warm, mellow notes of dairy milk, much like a pan pipe melody drifting over the foothills of the Andes.
5°10’46.7”S / 80°39’13”W
Cream mix & Ganache
Coating – Moulding – Bars – Mousse – Ice creams & sorbets
40% of Cocoa
Cocoa 40% (min), Milk 25%, Sugar 33%, Fat 41%. cane sugar*, cocoa butter*, whole MILK powder*, cocoa beans from Peru*, emulsifier: sunflower lecithin*. (*) Product from Organic Farming. Certified by FR-BIO-01
3kg bean bag - 15001
This product may contain traces of nuts.
Cocoa butter, cocoa beans, cane sugar are Fairtrade certified, traded, audited and sourced from Fairtrade producers, total 73.7%. For more visit info.fairtrade.net/sourcing.
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