THE BELIZE CACAO CONSORTIUM
“GET TO KNOW US”
GROUP INVESTMENT TOUR
September 8th to 11th, 2017
The Belize Cacao Consortium (BCC) invites you to a fun and educational weekend September 8th, 9th, 10th and 11th in beautiful, sunny Belize.
Come and see our 3 cacao plantations, visit our production facility and check out our 5-star, artisanal chocolate store where you will even get to make your own chocolate.
During the tour we will take you through the entire chocolate making process from “seed to bean to bar”.
If you have been following our progress since we launched and want to see if owning a parcel in your very own fine flavor/organic cacao farm is right for you, this is your chance to do your own “boots on the ground” due diligence and meet the BCC team.
All in all, it will be a very fulfilling and worthwhile way to spend a fun and educational weekend (or longer) in the tropics!
We want you to come and visit, get to know us, enjoy the delights of Belize and profit from the education you will receive about the world’s favorite treat…chocolate!
As well as being a great opportunity for you to check out a unique investment opportunity, you can also combine your trip to take advantage of all the wonderful activities Belize has to offer.
You can go visit the ancient Maya ruins and underground caverns, explore the jungle and discover the beautiful island of Ambergris Caye.
It’s not by accident that this island was voted the no1 island tourist destination in the world 2 years running!
Sitting on the world’s 2nd largest barrier reef and home to the big blue sink hole, this place is a scuba divers dream!
While all this is nice, the main reason you took time from your busy schedule and flew to Belize was to learn about BCC’s unique opportunity to own your own parcel in a fine flavor/organic cacao farm.
During the tour we will travel to the southernmost part of Belize, to the Toledo and Stann Creek district. The world renowned cacao growing region of Belize.
You will get to walk the farms and see first-hand the work that goes into developing and operating a cacao plantation. Starting with the nursery where we have over 120,000 saplings currently, and going all the way to the fermentation and drying depot.
This is where we take the raw beans and process then into fermented and dried exportable cacao. In this form they can be sold internationally to chefs, chocolatiers and chocolate makers or transported over to our Mahogany Chocolate store and production kitchen.
This is where our Executive Chocolatier Armando Choco turns this raw cacao into gourmet, artisanal chocolate bars and truffles.
Armando will give a class in all the stages of crafting high end, luxury chocolate products. You will learn how cacao beans are sorted, roasted, cracked, winnowed, ground, refined, conched and finally tempered into a finished chocolate product.
You can even try your hand at it yourself!
All the way through the tour our team will be on hand to explain everything you need to know about this unique cacao parcel ownership opportunity. We can answer any questions you have about the agricultural side of things right through to the finished chocolate product.
After the tour you will have a complete understanding of how the opportunity is structured and what you can expect to receive as a parcel owner.
As a cacao parcel owner you not only get to share in the profits of all of the cacao that is produced and sold in our 3 farms. You also get to participate in the profits of the cacao trading company and the 5-star chocolate store you just visited.
So, if you want to find out more about what the trip entails just fill out the form at the end of the page and we will send you a detailed itinerary of the tour including all the excellent meals, excursions and treats we have in store.
You will also receive a free 12-page comprehensive Cacao Farm Ownership in Belize Summary.
Written like an FAQ it covers most of the general questions we get asked.
We look forward to hearing from you soon and seeing you in beautiful Belize.
HOW DO WE REGISTER?
Easy! Just fill out the form below and we will be in touch!
Please call Darren Doyle at 1-520-226-9119 or email him at: