Wednesday, September 9, 2015

MAROU CHOCOLATE: I Love Dark Chocolates!

I got my bag of PHDeli MAROU CHOCOLATE last night! That is why I am giving away some to my family and friends who replied on my facebook announcement.  It's a great feeling to get something but more pleasurable feeling to give something too. I am a fan of dark chocolates with a bitter sweet taste that is healthy to much.


My daughter got so excited to try all the 5 variants of Marou chocolate.  

Here's more to know about MAROU CHOCOLATE


+ TIEN GIANG 70%


A chocolate made with cocoa that is grown by farmers of the Cho Gao Cooperative in the Mekong Delta: this full-bodied chocolate is characterized by unique notes of fruit and honey

+ DONG NAI 72%

This chocolate is made with cocoa that is produced at MAROU’s own cacao fermentation and drying station near Cat Tien Natural Park in Dong Nai province, making it a very rare ‘pod-to-bar’ chocolate. This chocolate is mild with surprising notes of spice

+ LAM DONG 74%

A very fine, rounded chocolate with delicate hints of spices, from small farms of Lam Dong province at the foot of the Central Highlands of the Annamitic range 

+ BA RIA 76%

A powerfully aromatic chocolate made with beans from the hills of Ba Ria province, with exceptionally high fruit notes, possibly our most distinctive chocolate 

+ BEN TRE 78%

An intense yet perfectly balanced chocolate, from the Ben Tre province in the Mekong Delta, where cacao trees are planted among the coconut groves 

This chocolate is high in spice, tobacco and nutty flavours and showcases Marou’s dedication to exceptional design as recognised by London’s Wallpaper* magazine 
We guarantee you a unique sensory experience with subtle notes of liquorice and spice in this extremely delicate 75% chocolate made with cacao growing in very small quantities on Tan Phu Dong island in the middle of the Mekong river.    
A chocolate for discerning pastry chefs, packing all the great aromas of our single origin bars and made from a blend of selected Mekong Delta and Ba Ria cacao beans

MAROU CHOCOLATE is a new product of PHDeli  

PhDeli Corporation is the parent company of Bennett & Palmer, and bk2y.com

The company aims to curate gourmet goodies from around the world so you, our dear customers, can enjoy a diverse array of fine food right in your own home.

At the same time, the company is committed to supporting grass root industries and local communities in the Philippines by introducing our world-class products to other countries. 
PhDeli Corp sources and imports the highest quality food and drink products from around the globe, providing world class products and an unbeatable service.

With a British/Filipino management based in Makati, are dedicated to bringing you the finest products and the best service.



PH DELI CORP is licensed by the FDA to import and distribute a wide range of high quality grocery products.
FOOD SERVICE SOLUTIONS
Committed to helping you serve the finest gourmet foods to all of your guests. OWN LABEL SOLUTIONS.
Can provide you with a full and highly customizable Own-label Service for a wide variety of food products. COFFEE SUPPLY SOLUTIONS
We provide a variety of a fully supported coffee supply options, with provision of equipment and regular coffee supplies, specially tailored to your requirements.
Products
Marou – Chocolate La Petite Epicerie Saigon – Jams and Preserves Koala – Tea Hello 5 – Coffee Brightside – Organic Wines
Social Media Accounts
Facebook: PHDeliCorp
Instagram: phdelicorp
Twitter: @phdelicorp
MAROU CHOCOLATE Available @

-Epicurious (Shangri-la)
-Tipsy Beans (Mandaluyong , Jupiter)
-Kitchen Elf Evia Lifestyle Mall, Daang Hari, Las Pinas
-PH Deli Corp Office

MAROU SRP
100g - P300 any variants.
120g - P120 any variants


Office Location
822 Paseo Tesoro Bldg., 3F-1 Arnaiz St, Makti City Philippines.
+63 2 553 5855 /0917 - 533 - 8542 email: sales@phdelicorp.com

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