Unfortunately at this time we can only send products within Mexico.

There are many different varieties of cacao beans, characterized by differences in appearance and flavor. The varieties of cacao cultivated by the Maya in pre-hispanic Mexico are considered to be "fine flavor" varieties. Today fine flavor varieties of cacao represent only about 5% of the world's production due to their susceptibility to disease. Ah Cacao uses mainly fine flavor varieties of beans as their milder, less bitter, flavor means we can use less or no sugar in our products.

Most of the cacao grown commercially today are disease resistant varieties grown in Africa (in plantations established by Europeans after cacao's discovery in Mexico and South America). These beans have a much stronger, bitter taste, requiring the use of more sugar and or milk to soften the flavor.