Updated: Mar 26, 2020
Crafted in the Island of Formosa - TREE TO BAR MAKER
Ingredients: cacao mass, cacao butter, soy lecithin, natural vanilla flavoring, sugar, Taiwan lychee.
Lychee looks like a strawberry with bumpy skin.
Story behind this gourmet recipe
During the Tang Dinasty, the Emperor Xuanzong used to send lychees to his favorite concubine Yang Yuhuan. For that reason lychees became a symbol of romance, beauty and good luck.
About the bar
Oustanding rose scent.
Indeed lychee is a very aromatic fruit with hints of roses.
The fresh fruit has a grape/pear taste and musky tones.
But dried is different. More like grape/raisin.
The taiwanese cacao carries delicate caramel aroma. Chocolate tart fruit finish.
Can you imagine a Lychee Rose Mousse Cake? Taiwanese chocolate sprinkled with rose powder and filled with lychee mousse. Sublime!
NB: in this case the inclusion aroma prevails the chocolate taste. Lychee is the real protagonist of this romantic tasting experience.