PRESERVING THE HARMONIOUS WAYS OF THE ARHUACO TRIBE
The first and only cacao to come out of the Sierra Nevada national park, Arhuaco “Businchari” means a “new beginning” of an ancient cacao culture, which was disrupted hundreds of years ago when Colombian settlers cut down the cacao in the mistaken belief that its ultra rare white beans were diseased.
Marked by a deep commitment to protecting their world, the life force of Arhuaco culture springs from the turquoise waters on their ancestral shores, where green sea turtles bury their eggs. Each sale of this exclusive chocolate helps strengthen this guardian culture and the endangered creatures it protects.
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