Definition of chocolate liquor
: a paste of ground cocoa nibs that is created as part of the process of manufacturing chocolate 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
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