Ibarra Mexican Chocolate
History: Ibarra (say ee-bar-ah) is a traditional Mexican style sweet chocolate that creates a cocoa that is rich and creamy with subtle underlying flavors of almonds and cinnamon. Wonderfully different.
Uses: Mix with coffee for a Mexican Mocha or use in baking for cakes, cookies and icings. Make a chocolate sauce and drizzle on ice cream, bananas and nuts for a different kind of sundae.
Description: Although not recommended for straight eating, when blended with steaming hot milk this Mexican sweet cocoa makes a smooth, cozy and memorable hot chocolate. Loved by kids and adults alike!
Ingredients: Sugar, Cacao Nibs (crushed cocoa beans), Almonds and Cinnamon.
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