Review: Pana Chocolate, raw, vegan and delicious
Chocoholics listen up, have you heard of Pana Chocolate before? Did you know the technically chocolate should and can be good for you? Cocao in it’s raw unadulterated form is full of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals which nourish you. But most of the chocolate you see in the stores, has been cooked, which loses it’s nutritional content and is made heavily with sugar, dairy and other ingredients making it not so good on your health.
But there is hope, in the form of Pana Chocolate, I first tried Pana chocolate a few years ago and was hooked from the first bite. The chocolate size might be far from the family sized block I was used to, the texture is soft, not the hard to break block, but it was for the better. The aroma instantly fills your nostrils as you take you first bite. Like POW the flavour is so intense that you realise you will only need a small amount of this chocolate. The chocolate literally melts in your mouth as you savour every single crumb. So as far as vegan chocolate goes it is a must try. (Whether you are vegan or not)
What they say:
A hand picked cacao pod from Bolivia.
A coconut from the Philippines.
Cold pressed cacao butter from Peru, Indonesian coconut nectar and Mexican dark agave.
Wild carob from Spain, organic cinnamon from Sri Lanka.
Chocolate that’s smooth, rich, and silky, and something a little unexpected.
Chocolate that’s full of antioxidants, amino acids, vitamins and minerals.
Chocolate without preservatives, that’s vegan, gluten free, dairy free and soy free.
Chocolate for everyone.
Have you tried Pana Chocolate before?
To find out more information and to shop online click the link here.
Each 45g chocolate bar from RRP $6.90
Here are my favourites: (but to be honest they are all amazing)