bean to bar
 adj.— «Bean to bar…a buzz phrase used in the chocolate world to describe the handful of chocolate makers who roast, grind and process their own cacao beans into couverture. Some have been known to fake it, e.g., “Noka presented itself as bean to bar but was allegedly melting down Bonnat chocolate and charging $2,000 a pound.”» —“The Talk” by Christine Muhlke New York Times May 6, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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