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Rich, chocolatey and smooth with complex flavor. A strong yet sweet aftertaste straight from heaven. Hints of floral, citrus and spice.


Cocoa mass, cane sugar, emulsifier (soya lecithin, GMO free) Cocoa Solids: 63% min

El Eno

Cultivated in the Amazon jungle area of Sucumbíos province, this area provides planet Earth with much of it’s vital oxygen supply. Here, the Amazonian Aroma organization, one of Ecuador’s largest farming cooperatives with approximately 1600 members, produce cacao that is organically certified and approved by the Rainforest Alliance. Natural growing methods allow for sustainability and profitability while providing an alternative to felling trees in rainforest, ensuring biodiversity and protecting vulnerable wildlife. The ocelot, a species threatened by deforestation, adorns each bar of El Eno Chocolates, symbolizing Ecuador’s commitment to ecologically viable development.




The Amazon River is the largest source of fresh water.

The Ecuadorian Amazon jungle is located to the east of the Andes and is one of the richest biological areas on the planet. There are innumerable varieties of flora, including more than 4,500 species of orchids and many other medicinal plants. The fauna is represented by butterflies, apes, parrots, river dolphins and caimans.
General Data:

Area: 50,632 sq. mi.
Population: 548,419
Provinces: Sucumbios, Napo, Pastaza,Morona Santiago, Zamora Chinchipe, Orellana.


Natural Resources:

The Ecuadorian Amazon jungle boasts the largest area of natural forest and the largest source of fresh water in the country.
Communities are dedicated to the enrichment of the forest, cultivating native plants and vegetables traditionally found on the Achuar farm (yucca, peanut, pepper, etc.), and handicrafts made with natural seeds and fibers.

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