Dark Chocolate 52% with caramelized peanuts with cachaça
Ingredients: sugar, cocoa fat, dry whole milk, emulsifier: soya lecithin, natural vanilla flavouring, peanuts and cachaça (52% cocoa content).
The Southeast Region of Brazil (Portuguese: Região Sudeste do Brasil) is composed by the states of Espírito Santo, Minas Gerais, Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo. The Southeast is the vital center of the country, where the largest cities, the highest population density, the largest deposits of iron ore, the largest hydropower plants, the largest rail network and the best ports are concentrated. It's the most important industrial, commercial and financial region of Brazil.
The peanut (called Mani in the Tupi language, which means "buried") is a popular food in every region of Brazil, and can be eaten as either a sweet or savory snack. The seed is part of Brazilian culture, and is the main ingredient in many traditional recipes, such as paçoca, pé-de-moleque (peanut brittle), cakes and even ice creams. The state of São Paulo is responsible for 80% of the national production.