Definition of chocolate liquor
- When chocolate makers grind shelled cacao beans, known as nibs, to create the thick paste called chocolate liquor, this paste contains both cocoa solids and cocoa butter.
- —Lisa McManus, Cook's Illustrated, January 2008
- Look for products that list cocoa or chocolate liquor—and not sugar—as the first ingredient.
- —Robert Davis, Washington Post, 7 Feb. 2012