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An intense chocolate with earthy undertones and a bittersweet aftertaste. If you like dark chocolate, Bolívar will satisfy your deepest chocolate craving.


Cocoa mass, cane sugar, emulsifier (soya lecithin, GMO free) Cocoa Solids: 82% min

Las Naves

Named for the capital city of Bolívar province, Bolívar - Las Naves chocolate is made with Arriba cacao, the best of the local variety. This cacao is harmoniously grown amidst orange and banana tree giving it a distinct and very special flavor. The cacao for this chocolate comes from the UCOCS cooperative of small farmers. UCOCS farmers have been certified by the Rainforest Alliance for their environmentally-friendly growing practices and most have been certified organic. With support from GTZ, an agency of the German Government committed to international development and cooperation, UCOCS farmers have received technical assistance and infrastructure aid that has allowed them to compete in the domestic cacao market while selling at fair prices.



It is equatorial because it crosses the equator.


The province has a varied climate ranging from the moor cold to hot in subtropical zones with temperatures ranging between 71º and 75º F.

The province of Bolívar is located in the center of the country, in the Interandean region or the Sierra, on the slopes of the western mountainous range of the Andes between littoral and inter Andean region, to the South of Ecuador.

Its surface is irregular and mountainous, with peaks reaching 14,763 ft over sea level. It occupies most of the Chimbo pit, for which reason it enjoys varied climate, from moor cold to the tropical hot.

Bolivar province is dominated by the majestic peak Chimborazo surrounded by other high peaks over 9,800 ft.

General Data:

Capital: Guaranda
Area: 1,250 sq. mi.
Population: 183,665
Cantons: Guaranda, Chimbo, Echeandía, San Miguel, Chillanes, Caluma, Las Naves


Natural Resources:

Varied climates of the province turn it into a rich agricultural producer, with crops such as: mellocos, ocas, potatoes, barley , wheat, green pea, broad bean, quinoa, pastures, from 9,800 to 11,500 feet; soft maize, lentil, dry bean, wheat, vegetables, legumes, fruit trees from 8,200 to 9,800 feet; and sugar cane, coffee, cacao, rice, yucca, avocados, citric fruits, papayas, etc. in the tropical zones.

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