Cacao, USDA Organic Trinitario (Regional Blend, Belize)

Cacao, USDA Organic Trinitario (Regional Blend, Belize)

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Our cacao beans are stored in dry and ventilated warehouse located in the southwest region of the United States. Our internal control system ensures that the storage is monitored for humidity, temperature, and swept daily from unwanted debris and foreign objects.
Country: Belize
Region: San Antonio, Toledo
Producer: Mixed Producers
Variety: Tarantino 
Elevation: 762-823m
Certifications: USDA Organic
Harvest Period: October-March (main period)
Varietals: Catie R1, Catie R4, Catie R6 ICS, PMCT 58 (Blend)
Flavor Profile: Caramel, Pineapple, Honey
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Direct from San Antonio, Toledo. 

Belize Cacao describes their cacao Beans as the “Belizean Blend” for its fine aromatic cacao grown in agroforestry plots by subsistence Mayan farmers in Southern Belize. The beans are a selection of over 100 Trinitario mother trees (with distinct varieties) introduced to Belize for commercialization in 1970’s. 

More Crop Info

Temp Range: Average 30C-32C
Rainfall: 1600-2000m (100 inches Annually)
Humidity: Day: 95%-100% Night: 70%-80% 
Surrounding Vegetation: Mahogany, Cedar, Sapodilla, Ramon, Cohume & Figs
Fermentation: Flat boxes, switched daily, 6 day fermentation, mixed daily
Temperature Range: 50°F-74°F (10°C-23.5°C)
Annual Rainfall: 28.3 in (179 mm)