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Organic Cacao Nibs | USA Delivery

Organic Cacao Nibs | USA Delivery

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Are you a food lover with a weakness for chocolate? Then discover the inimitable, full-bodied flavour of our premium-grade cacao beans. Organically cultivated in Samoa in nutrient-rich volcanic soil, they're free of harmful pesticides but full of the health-boosting wholesomeness of cacao.

Naturally ripened under the tropic sun, caressed by the breezes of the Pacific, and handpicked by experts with an eye for exceptional quality, our cacao beans are a class apart. 

Get all the benefits of a plant-based superfood plus that extra special cacao kick. 200 grams (7oz) of premium Samoan Cacao Nibs (small pieces of crushed cacao beans). Fermented 7 days, solar dried at least 7 days. Cultivated in Samoa. The nutrient dense volcanic soil of Samoa add to that rich tapestry of flavours and properties making The Koko Samoa Cacao Nibs a premium product your body will love.

 

How to use it

Mix: Add Cacao Nibs into your favourite shakes and smoothies and blend it up for a chocolatey kick.

Eat: Sprinkle onto your favourite breakfast bowls, desserts or use as a chocolate replacement in recipes.

See the FAQs section below for even more tips and ideas.

Shipping & Returns

United States: 14 - 28 days

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Returns: Our policy lasts 30 days. Read more here.

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If you don't absolutely love our Organic Cacao Nibs | USA Delivery after trying it, just send it back to us in the original packaging and we'll refund your money. See our refund policy for more details.

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Why Others Love It

  • ONE BEAN - SO MANY BENEFITS

    Boosts serotonin and other feel good brain chemicals. Full of magnesium to support a healthy heart & brain. High in fiber to promote normal digestive functions. Packed with phytonutrients to boost cardiovascular health.

  • EARTH’S SUPER CACAO

    Cacao is truly a heavy hitter containing 40 TIMES the antioxidants as blueberries! It is also the highest plant-based source of Iron!

  • CRAFTED FROM ALL NATURAL, NON-GMO CACAO

    We know our customers value sustainably sourced, pure supplements and ingredients. Our cacao products are made from only all natural and non-GMO ingredients.

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FAQs

How long does Koko Samoa last?

If pure cacao is stored well in a cool dry place, in an airtight container, it does not go bad for a long time (up to 18 months). Although, the flavour and quality of koko (cacao) does tend to decrease after a couple of months. It’s usually the added dairy that makes drinking cocoa go bad, which Koko Samoa in its pure form doesn’t have. That’s why we put a shorter “use by date” because we want our customers to experience their cacao at its best.

How to tell if your cacao (Koko) has gone bad, rotten or spoiled?

Many people look at the colour of the Koko however that’s not always an accurate sign. Cacao that is rich in cacao butter (like the Koko from Samoa) tends to get a marbled effect when exposed to air but that is usually the cacao butter drying to a different colour than the actual cacao grind. Cacao that has dark sections and light sections doesn’t necessarily mean it has aged too long. 

If the cocoa has remained dry and looks to be free of mould, then your sense of taste is the best way to tell if it is still good. When cacao is no longer good, the chocolatey taste tends to disappear.

Are your Koko Samoa pods very different to the classic?

You'll be glad to know it is mostly the same, with nothing additional added. The two differences are:

1) Once turned into a paste, our Koko Samoa has been 'set' into smaller serving sizes so you don't have to cut and scrape the big blocks of koko. So the shape is different (purely a visual thing).

2) There is slightly less pegu koko (grits) in ours as we grind the koko to a finer level to get a more chocolatey flavour

Do you ship to outside the USA, and what condition does the package arrive in?

Yes! We ship orders to Australia and the USA. Our carrier partner is Amazon, so you can expect the best of the best.

Can I send my order to different addresses, for example as a gift?

Yes! You can make an order and send it almost anywhere in the world. You don't have to send the order to your own address. For example, you can send your first order to a friend in another state, then decide you'd like to make a second order for yourself. You can definitely do that.

Does our Koko Samoa have the chewy bits (Pegu Koko)?

We make our Koko Samoa Drinks to be as convenient as possible, so we do get the Koko much finer than normal. So it dissolves quicker in hot water without too much effort and stirring. There are still little bits to chew (pegu koko) but the pieces aren’t as big.

What's the difference between Cacao Paste and Cacao Powder?

Many people go with what's on the store shelves - in the form of dried cacao (technically cocoa) powder. ⁣⁣

The vast majority of people do not know that cacao powder is actually treated cacao paste, stripped of many of it’s powerful bioactive & euphoric compounds like anandamide, phenylethylamine, along with other highly nutritious vitamins, minerals, enzymes & antioxidants.

If you are buying cacao/cocoa powder, remember that cacao can be great for the body not just the tongue; other products are simple defatted, nutrient and energy void forms of this superfood.

Unfortunately, the majority of the benefits from cacao are lost during its heating and pressing process. Once you've tried cacao paste, you realise what you have been missing out on.

Does Koko Samoa have caffeine?

Cacao has something similar to caffeine in it called theobromine, and the effects can be similar. Caffeine and theobromine are both alkaloids. Cacao beans usually contain about 1% theobromine. Like caffeine, theobromine blocks adenosine receptors, increasing alertness but isn’t as potent as caffeine. Theobromine has also been identified as one of the compounds contributing to chocolate's reputation as an aphrodisiac.