We offer tasty and easy cacao inspired recipes on our blog. Click to learn more.
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Our production of chocolate starts with planting the cacao tree, includes the key post-harvest step of fermentation, the traditional steps of chocolate making, and finishes with packaging your bar in Ecuador. Read on to discover all 14 steps!
Cacao is arguably the healthiest thing you can put into your body. It allows you to operate at a high level and helps you feel good throughout the day. Read on for six of the most compelling reasons for enjoying cacao as part of a healthy diet.
Yes we do, and we’re happy to report that the levels of both cadmium are safe...and by a long margin. In fact, our chocolate has some of the lowest levels in Ecuador.
We ship orders around mid-morning Monday to Friday, excluding US public holidays. There are some cases which may result in a delay, such as the need to validate import requirements for food in your country or hot weather on route or at the destination. We do our best to advise you if there is going to be a delay.
Orders to the USA typically arrive within 3-4 days for standard USPS shipping or faster with FedEx express options. Orders to Canada and Europe typically arrive within 4-5 business days. Orders to the rest of the world may take up to 7 business days.
Yes, we do when your order qualifies for our minimum spend (USD $50 for USA and USD $100 for all other destinations).
Check out our tasting guide and list of chocolate pairing recommendations here.
Yes, we have a media kit with high resolution photos, press releases and other product related information. Please submit some basic information to receive the access details, to request an interview, or to request samples.
Well, it really depends on who the gift is for and what your price range is. But we do have a few tips.
Our Harvest editions are harvested from a specific appellation during a specific year (similar to wine), with the objective to highlight the unique flavor and aroma characteristics that are created by the soil and climate conditions of that particular harvest (i.e., “terroir”). Our Aged editions are Harvest editions that have been aged in some kind of aromatic vessel (eg, casks that formerly stored wine or spirits, or Ecuadorian wood vessels) or have been aged in the same container as some other aromatic material (eg, Kampot pepper or Palo Santo wood).
Our chocolate is produced at a factory that also handles nuts, peanuts, soy, and milk, but we do not intentionally add any of these ingredients to our chocolate.
We ship to most countries except those which prohibit the import of foodstuffs by private individuals. Note: some countries require additional information (such as the ID number of the recipient).
We're doing our best to contribute to positive change in the world of chocolate. This is a summary of our efforts. We discuss how we are paying the highest prices to farmers in the industry, going beyond certifications, building a technology platform for traceability of cacao, up-cycling byproducts, and protecting endangered varieties of cacao.