Carrés ("squares" in English) are delightfully bite-sized chocolate morsels. Single origin chocolate is so called because the cocoa beans used to create it are taken from a single geographic origin. It showcases how different “terroirs” can make a difference.



Assorted Chocolate Carrés

Collection 9pcs


Assorted Chocolate Carrés

Collection 16pcs


Assorted Chocolate Carrés

Collection 24pcs

We have curated 7 superb flavours, each presenting its own characteristic and unique flavour profile from the distinctive countries. MAISON XXII’s carrés will take you on a sensory voyage around the world of fine chocolate.




Madagascar Dark 66% cocoa

Tangy and smoky with toasted notes.



Madagascar is a treasure island chest for some of the world's most extraordinary flavours and ingredients, such as vanilla, tobacco, spices and exotic fruits.

The cocoa grown there reveals a very intense round and sweet taste with a tempered bitterness. It is topped with refreshing, moderately acid flavours and fruity notes including but not limited to raspberry, juniper berry, citric fruit, apricot and pineapple.


Tanzania Dark 75% cocoa

Cocoa and vanilla with fruity notes.



Located in East Africa within the African Great Lakes region, Tanzania is ecologically diverse with forests, flatlands, mountains, seaside, lakes and volcanos. It is a great producer of coffee, tea, cashew nuts and cocoa.

The chocolate made from Tanzania’s cocoa beans is often strong in cocoa and robust with long-lasting aftertaste and typical flavour profile including almond, wood, smoked tea, leather, raisin and herbs.




Ecuador Dark 70% cocoa

Well-balanced fruity aromas with herbaceous notes.



Ecuador is a small country on the northwest cost of South America facing the Pacific Ocean. It has many endemic animals and plants which are rarely found in other places.

Ecuador is a key cocoa grower, producing very high quality beans with typical south American character of fruits, rum, whisky and tobacco.



Mexico Milk 40% cocoa

Complex palette of tangy, floral and mellow yellow fruits.



Mexico is a country in the South of North America with the Pacific Ocean on the west and the Caribbean Sea to the east. It has a very diverse biodiversity and native to many culinary ingredients like avocado, zucchini, guava, vanilla, tomato and chocolate. 

Mexican chocolate is often very rich and complex, making it one of the preferred choices for elaborated, complex and delicate milk chocolate.



Vietnam Dark 70% cocoa

Tangy with citrus notes.



Vietnam is an Asian country stretching on the easternmost of the Indochina Peninsula. It is a large producer of cashew nuts, black pepper, rice and coffee.

Cocoa was introduced to Vietnam by the French in the 19th century and today the cocoa in Vietnam becomes one of the finest beans in the world. The Vietnamese chocolate has a complex, rich and woody aroma with citrus and sometimes spicy notes. 




São Tomé Dark 70% cocoa

Intense roasted coffee with chestnut and tobacco leaf.



São Tomé is an island country in the Gulf of Guinea off the western coast of central Africa. It has rich volcanic soil and is ideal for growing sugarcane, coffee and cocoa. The cocoa was first imported from Brazil in 1822.

São Tomé produces very high quality beans with intense and rich complexity of deep roasted cocoa, coffee and a nice palette of fruits like apricot, red fruits and citrus with sometimes tea notes as well.



Papua New Guinea Dark 72% cocoa

Cherry liquor and roasted coffee with fine bitterness.



Papua New Guinea is a country in Oceania, southwestern Pacific ocean, to the north of Australia. It Is one of the most culturally diverse, rural, wild and the least explored country in the world. It produces high quality coffee, oil, cocoa, tea and sugar.

Thanks to its very complex palette of flavours and intense yet delicate long aftertaste aromas, the cocoa beans produced in Papua New Guinea are one of the best cocoa beans in the world and the most preferred choice of all master chocolatiers.