crafted in india
..beans sourced directly in their country and inclusions made with fresh and exotic ingredients..
If you were waiting for better chocolate made in India, you got served. The bean-to-bar mania in this South Asian country is exploding and is creating fierce competitors that aren't afraid to show what they've got. With beans sourced directly in their country and inclusions made with fresh and exotic ingredients, Indian chocolate is set to be a big player in the fine chocolate industry in 2019. One of those raising brands will definitely be @pascatichocolat. Showcasing for the first time at the @nwchocolate in Seattle in November 2019, positive feedback about this chocolate was floating all around the room.
While this chocolate is vegan, it is also organic.
Our favourite chocolate to have in Mumbai is @pascatichocolat . While this chocolate is vegan, it is also organic — which, for us is a huge plus. The rose and almond is a super special blend and our personal favourite, but to be honest they’re all delicious.
From sourcing to tempering, there is A LOT going on behind his bars!
Craft chocolate isn't the easiest subject to explain. Our exhibitors have their fair share of teaching to do to make sure our attendees understand the work behind every chocolate bar (and the consequent price tags). This is why we are in love with this shot that captures @pascatichocolat's founder Devansh Ashar explaining his bean-to-bar operations in India. From sourcing to tempering, there is A LOT going on behind his bars!
The fruity raspberry , crunchy and tart hibiscus in the delicate sweetness of 60% cacao are fascinating combination
I’m enjoying this 60% inclusion raspberry & hibiscus dark chocolate from @pascatichocolat ( India ). This bar has sweet floral and fruity aroma, brittle snap. The fruity raspberry , crunchy and tart hibiscus in the delicate sweetness of 60% cacao are fascinating combination.
A piece of this bar melting in your mouth...
This bar (Paan) from is from @pascatichocolat , one absolutely fantastic indian bean to bar maker uses 72% cacao and natural paan flavorings. A piece of this bar melting in your mouth is THE way to wrap up a heavy Indian meal.