Is Cocoa Liquor "Bean to Bar"?

Grant S of Grant Candy Co.
@grant-s-of-grant-candy-co
07/15/08 10:11:59PM
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I want to hear every opinion on this.... Do you consider purchased chocolate liquor that is mixed w/ all the ingredients is bean to bar???
updated by @grant-s-of-grant-candy-co: 05/05/15 04:33:31PM
Alan McClure
@alan-mcclure
07/16/08 12:17:42AM
73 posts
No. Bean-to-bar means just that, i.e., one starts with cocoa beans and carries out the chocolate-making process until the final bars are molded.Thus, one must roast, winnow, and grind the cocoa beans to be considered a bean-to-bar chocolate maker. Starting with liquor, where the beans have been processed by someone else, would necessarily make one a "liquor-to-bar" chocolate maker instead.

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