Farm Tablet No. 2 - 62% Dark
Farm Tablet No. 2 - 62% Dark
Farm Tablet No. 2 - 62% Dark
Farm Tablet No. 2 - 62% Dark

Farm Tablet No. 2 - 62% Dark

Wt. 80 g
Sale price₹ 400(Incl. of Taxes)

Origin: West Godavari, Andhra Pradesh, Republic of India.

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Specially crafted chocolate made with cacao farmed by Mr. & Mrs. G P Rao in Bapirajugudem Village, West Godavari District, Andhra Pradesh, Republic of India.

This tablet’s journey begins at Mr. & Mrs. G P Rao’s farm in Bapirajugudem Village. In their 60s, the couple moved out of Mumbai, bought farmland and changed the course of their life altogether. Now in their 80s, the two are setting an example of resilience and a new standard in sustainable farming.

Experience their labour of love in this uniquely sweet Indian Craft Chocolate experience.

The Single Farm Tablet Series is an Indian tribute to the pure flavours of cacao, each with its own unique personality. It showcases our farmers’ skill, dedication and exceptional craftsmanship.

62% Dark

Full-bodied. Fruity. Smooth. Chocolatey.

House Fermented Indian Cacao

Distance travelled: 398 kms

Trace this chocolate tablet’s journey, all the way back to its origin through its traceability QR code on the pack.

About the Collection: Discover the true expression of Indian craftsmanship in distinct chocolate interpretations of cacao crafted the Indian way.

BORN IN NATURE.

CRAFTED BY MANAM.

We are farmers, fermenters, chocolate makers, chocolatiers and storytellers from India, in search of a distinct identity for chocolate that we can proudly call our own. 



In our pursuit, we are expressing the true flavours of Indian Cacao in endless interpretations of chocolate, like never before.

BORN IN NATURE. CRAFTED BY MANAM.

We are farmers, fermenters, chocolate makers, chocolatiers and storytellers from India, in search of a distinct identity for chocolate that we can proudly call our own. 



In our pursuit, we are expressing the true flavours of Indian Cacao in endless interpretations of chocolate, like never before.