Hi people can anyone recommend a machine that can turn cocoa nibsinto liquor before placing into our cocoatown grinders?.I was looking at getting a cutter mixer but they will cost me about 30k nz newContinue
"Will you make bars using beans from the different area or countries on your end?
Your package is pretty and as time goes on,if shipping isn't too badly price would
like to try your bars.I have tried some from Australia but not from New Zealand."
"Thanks Adriennne!, we are in the middle of re-building our website, our re-branding and chocolate is new and fresh and have just opened our new factory to the public. we have 4 single origins, Peru, Dominican, Madagascar and Trinidad & Tobago…"
"I am interested to know more about these bars
I like the package and is there a website/
Do you make single origin ones and if so what?
Do you ship tot the states?
I would like to know what chocolate taste like from your area"
"Great info!. and that stonemill looks like it can do the job. Do you have some more info on it Cortland?.
I totally killed my Crankandstein Cocoa Mill and asked for a quick fix and got this >.< just about finished
"That might work. The question I would have to ask is how is the mill kept cool? Milling cocoa generates a lot of heat - enough to burn the beans/liquor if one is milling quite a bit. Most ball mills, and stone mills are water jacketed…"
This one may be closer to what you're looking for. They will have to customize with a 50Hz motor.
The throughput is actually much higher than you need, but there are not many options between something that will do a couple of…"
"I use a simple grain grinder that you can buy easily for about 50USD, and it does a great job for a couple of kilos of nibs (Picture attached). If you talk about larger quantities, you can motorize it or get a larger capacity one, that attaches to…"