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  • Callebaut Callebaut - 60-40-38 Dark Chocolate 60.1% - 22 lb

Callebaut - 60-40-38 Dark Chocolate 60.1% - 22 lb

SKU: 60-40-38NV-595

Callebaut 60-40-38 60.1% Belgian dark chocolate has three-drop fluidity and a well-rounded dark cocoa flavor, with slight bitterness and a hint of fruit.

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Callebaut 60-40-38 60.1% Belgian couverture dark chocolate has well-rounded dark cocoa flavor, with slight bitterness and a hint of fruit. It's wide range of uses make it a great fit for any audience and the perfect match for almost any ingredient. Use with enrobing, moulding, ganache, mousse, bavarois, beverages, and ice cream.

Composition: 60.1% Cocoa (min), 0% Milk, 39% Fat

Fluidity: Three-drop

Origin of beans: Ivory Coast, Ghana, Ecuador

Ingredients: Unsweetened chocolate, sugar, cocoa butter, lecithin (soy), natural vanilla flavor.

Dietary Notes: May contain traces of milk.

Pairing Suggestions: Ginger Bread, Pink Pepper, Orange, Rhubarb, Mandarin, Sirop de Liège / Apple Molasse, Pistachio, Roquefort, Mascarpone, Java Arabica Coffee, Rose.

Product of Belgium.


Cool Weather: Temperatures below 70F - Orders ship Monday through Friday.

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The Pastry Depot is not responsible for product(s) melting if UPS Next Day Air is NOT selected. With all shipping methods, someone must be present to receive the package and bring it inside immediately. See our Warm Weather Shipping Policy.

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