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Taxua chocolate appears in 2008, in the Xochistlahuaca community, whose name derives from the nahuatl phrase for "flowered hill". It is inhabited by the amuzga, an ethnic group from the Costa Chica region of Guerrero. The area's rich soil, cimate and indigenous flora favor the growth of cacao plantations, that in the hands of the amuzga women, produce a hot chocolate with unequaled body and taste. Every ingredient in each bar is artisanally produced, from the cane sugar, to the toasting, to the final shaping of the bars.
Taxua represents Guerrero's traditions and cultures through the hands of the amuzga women that share their legacy, so that their community is one day known throughout the world.
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