After the beans leave the roaster, they go to the grinding room for the mechanical process of pulverizing the roasted cacao nibs into the chocolate liquor. The nibs, which are about 53% cocoa butter, pass through a millstone which extracts the fat (the cocoa butter) and separates the cocoa mass, or chocolate liquor.

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