All Bars Collection 2019 - Original Beans

All Bars Collection 2019

Full collection of 70g bars, South America and Africa

Secure yourself this limited edition, made from the rarest cacaos in the world, in our classic package design as long as it’s still available. Enjoy the variety of our Original Beans chocolates yourself or gift it to someone special! When you purchase this collection, we plant 5 trees for you which help to preserve the rare.

Attention! Ordner now as the bars are selling out and the collection shrinks. Find the availability below:

Cusco Chuncho (100%)

Zoque (88%)

Arhuaco Businchari (82%)

Piura Porcelana (75%) Sold Out 

Cru Virunga (70%) Sold Out

Cru Udzungwa with Nibs (70%)  Sold Out

Beni Wild Harvest (66%)

Femmes de Virunga (55%) Sold Out

Esmeraldas Milk with Fleur de Sel (42%) Sold Out

21.80 18.52 Incl. Tax

Out of stock

  • Biodiversity conservation
  • Direct trade and projects
  • Climate-positive foodprint
  • Favorite of the world's best chefs


280 g
Cacao percentage
40% to 100%
Bean Origin
South America and Africa
Select Tribal Cacao, Rarest of Rare, Ultra Rare, Rare
Gluten Free, Organic
Conserve Cacaos, Help Farmers, Preserve Cultures, Protect Animals, Save Rainforests


From bare white till mighty dark.


Cacao mass* (DR Congo, Tanzania, Peru, Bolivia, Colombia, Mexico & Ecuador), Raw cane sugar* (Paraguay), Cacao butter* (Dom.Rep.), Whole Milk Powder* (Switzerland), Fleur de sel. *Certified Organic.

Average Nutritional Values

Please review the nutritional information from:

Cusco Chuncho (100%)

Zoque (88%)

Arhuaco Businchari (82%)

Piura Porcelana (75%)

Cru Virunga (70%)

Cru Udzungwa with Nibs (70%)

Beni Wild Harvest (66%)

Femmes de Virunga (55%)

Esmeraldas Milk with Fleur de Sel (42%)

Crêpes with Chocolate Walnut Ice Cream

Original Beans chocolates consistently are preferred by the best chefs around the world. Check some of their creations.

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Overcoming centuries of oppression, the indigenous Zoque and Tzotzil tribes with whom we make this chocolate have stayed true to their spirited traditions in the Selva Zoque, the largest rainforest in Mexico. A favourite food of the Selva’s spider monkeys, cacao was cultivated by the ancient Zoque 4000 years ago. They gave it its name “kakaw” and its god: a spider monkey.

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