Marou Cacao Nibs $16.95

The French were the first to bring cacao plants to Vietnam when it was a colony in the 19th century.

But despite an ideal tropical climate, it remained a marginal product for decades because there was little to no knowledge among local people how to grow and process this Central and South American plant. A Vietnamese university researcher started a pilot project in 2000 to revive cocoa production, which attracted interest from corporate candy makers.

Not sure how you’d use it?

We test everything we sell. Here’s how we’d use this.


With their intense chocolaty notes, cacao nibs can be used whole to garnish cakes or cookies, or crushed more finely and added to desserts, yogurt or smoothies, or as a crust for meats or duck.

Free Shipping

On purchases of $125+ in the contiguous 48 states.

Bulk Savings

Save up to 40% on items when you purchase 2 or more!