Other Sellers on Amazon
+ FREE UK delivery
+ FREE UK delivery
+ FREE UK delivery
Willie's Cacao 5 Wonders of The World 5 x 50g Cacaos in Gift Box (Total 250 g)
|Price:||£9.89 (£3.96 / 100 g) & FREE UK Delivery on orders dispatched by Amazon over £20. Delivery Details|
- Choose from over 13,000 locations across the UK
- Prime members get unlimited deliveries at no additional cost
- Find your preferred location and add it to your address book
- Dispatch to this address when you check out
- Five stunningly individual single estate cacaos
- Discover the wondrously individual flavours
- Only natural ingredients
Unlock 15% savings on this product when you subscribe to repeat deliveries on 5 or more products that arrive in the same month. No signup fees. Skip or cancel any time, and delivery is FREE. Learn more
Frequently bought together
Customers who bought this item also bought
Legal DisclaimerUnless expressly indicated in the product description, Amazon.co.uk is not the manufacturer of the products sold on our website. While we work to ensure that product information on our website is correct, manufacturers may alter their product information. Actual product packaging and materials may contain more and/or different information than shown on our website. You should always read the labels, warnings and instructions provided with the product before using or consuming it and not solely rely on the information presented on our website. If you have any specific product queries, please contact the manufacturer. This notice does not affect your legal rights.
This wonders of the world has five stunningly individual single estate cacaos. Discover the wondrously individual flavours of the world's great cacaos with these five delectable squares of chocolate. A they melt, let them take you on adventures in flavour to the places where the cacao was born.
Willie's Cacao 5 Wonders of The World - 5 x 50g Cacaos in Gift Box (Total 250g)
What do customers buy after viewing this item?
Top customer reviews
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
I've just been nibbling away trying to decide my order of preference (had to be done -- and it's a bit of fun!)
From the bottom up:
`the yellow one' -- indonesian. This is really the only one I'd describe as bitter, I suppose, despite the slightly lower cocoa solids content, and I don't like bitter tasting chocolate. To be more precise, it is more smokey and dry taste followed by a slight hint of fruit that then leaves a dry and bitterness -- I also don't like `dry' tasting things. The packet says `soft caramel notes', but for me the dry and bitter counteracts the analogy to something that is so sickly sweet. Although, I suppose I can see it.
`the pink one'- madagascan. I thought this would be my favourite with the description of `summer fruits', loving fresh fruity things, but whilst you can definitely taste summer fruits, I remembered that fresh fruity things and chocolate is something I'm not a fan of (the lightness of the former emphasises the heaviness of the latter which is an aspect i'm not particularly keen on in chocolate), which is probably why for me this is at the lower end of the spectrum. If you like fruit and chocolate it might feature more highly in the ranking.
Joint `the blue one' (venezualan rio) and `the orange one' (venezualan trincheras) -- only just realised there were both from the same country, ha! These are fairly standard, respectable chocolate flavours with the nutty aspect. The blue one also has a coffee tasting hit (because of it, it could have a slight aspect of bitterness to it, compared to the orange one, but because its a strong coffee-ness my brain does not really perceive it as bitter). Upon first tasting, I preferred the blue, because the coffeeness hit you as it went down (it perhaps is more likely to give one a headache if you are so inclined because of the coffee-ness) and thus made it a bit more distinctive flavour as a chocolate. It got a bit more confused upon second tasting (possibly because i'd eaten more chocolate by this point!).
And my favourite, `the green one' (peruvian). With, the distinctiveness of raisin flavour akin to that in rum and raisin, with a slight lifting from it of something which could be described as plum, as they have done in the description. This doesn't emphasise anything I don't like about chocolate and is a nice surprise for chocolate, hence why it's my winner. I'm going to try a 100% in this one.
If you haven't tried this, I highly recommend having a go yourself. :)
They all have quite different flavours, from bitter to mildly tangy to my personal favourite, the Las Trincheras 72, which I think has an almost almost spiced orange flavour. The chocolate is so intense that letting a few small pieces disolve in your mouth will satisfy any chocolate craving.
A little expensive for the amount, but it is at least as good as any other premium chocolate brands that charge this kind of money and more, and you do get what you pay for, black gold!
Most recent customer reviews