Trincheras Beans Sensory Profile :
Strong notes of cacao. A smell of wood and nut. Very subtle floral notes, astringency, and sweetness are detected at the same time. The flavor of green beans is associated with green fruits at the time of harvest.
Plastic bag 1 kg (2.2 lb)
Burlap bag 5 kg (11 lb)
Burlap Sack 50kg. (110 lb)
Perfect for bean-to-bar chocolate makers.
Trincheras is located in the Carabobo State, municipality of Naguanagua, Venezuela.
What is now known as Trincheras, formerly was the hacienda called "Aguas Calientes", owned by the "Padre Rodríguez de Lama"; It was after the death of this priest that his heirs gave different names to the land: La Unión, La Belén, Las Marías, María Teresa, as they were dividing.
Hacienda "La Belen" was located in a valley cultivated with cocoa located west of the Valencia-Taborda highway and was crossed by the Agua Caliente river, whose waters irrigated the cacao plantations. This valley also was surrounded by a system of hillocks largely cultivated with coffee trees, had an area of approximately 21 hectares. The valley was at an average height of 360 meters.