BURLAP & BARREL
Morogoro Cacao Powder
Morogoro Raw Cacao powder is made from organic cacao beans from the famous Kokoa Kamili cooperative in the Morogoro region of Tanzania. The beans are not roasted before grinding — they’re fermented and sun-dried for a fruity, bright flavor.
This is rich, nutty cacao that’s great for sweets but is particularly delicious as a savory ingredient as an alternative to paprika in stews, chilis and tomato sauces, where it adds sweetness and depth similar to caramelized onions, barbecue or soy sauce.
Origin: Kilombero Valley, Morogoro Region, Tanzania
Process: Naturally fermented & sun-dried
Ingredients: Cacao bean solids, ground. (Theobroma cacao var. Trinitario)
Tasting notes: Dried Cherry • Tannins • Bittersweet Chocolate
Size: 1.75 oz glass jar
- About the Brand
Burlap & Barrel founded by Ethan Frisch a native New Yorker, entrepreneur and activist around food systems and social justice. Ethan has worked in kitchens as a line cook and pastry chef in New York and London, and as the chef behind Guerrilla Ice Cream and Ori Zohar who is an experienced social entrepreneur and the co-founder of Burlap & Barrel, where he leads the company's domestic operations, eCommerce and finances. Burlap & Barrel is a Public Benefit Corporation building new international food supply chains that are equitable, transparent and traceable. They are working towards ending inequality and exploitation in food systems that disenfranchise skilled farmers by Connecting smallholder farmers to high-value markets, Educating consumers about the impact of product traceability on human rights and Sourcing unique foods with terroir that are grown biodynamically and organically using traditional techniques.
- How to Use
Replace paprika with cacao in stews, sauces, chili and rubs
Swap out for processed cocoa powder in brownies, chocolate cakes or puddings
Mix with milk (or milk alternative) for delightful hot chocolate
Replace chocolate for a killer mole sauce
Pairs well with: Royal Cinnamon, Pemba Cloves, Black Urfa Chili
Cacao bean solids, ground. (Theobroma cacao var. Trinitario)