The Chocolate Challenge. Coca Bean To Chocolate Bar.

Coca beans are mostly found in South America.
First the beans are picked from the coca plant, and then the beans are taken to the coca plant to be washed and milled.

The beans are milled and dried to remove the skin, and to brake them into nibs. The beans are then pressed to remove the oil, which is called Coca Butter.

When the oil has been squeezed out, a dry power is left called Coca Powder. It is this powder that goes into all chocolate bars around the world.

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