Nevermind all those books. Just get the chocolate! No soy, no palm oils, no artificial colors, just pure single-origin cacao, cacao butter, sweetened with coconut sugar or honey.
This Chocolate Triple Threat pack comes beautifully wrapped with a red or natural Raffia ribbon—and the packaging of the chocolates themselves is exquisite.
Best part is, you get to choose the bars—one from each chocolate maker:
• 70% San José del Tambo (Origin: Ecuador)
• 70% Cortés (Origin: Honduras)
• 74% Atlantic Forest (Origin: Bahia, Brazil)
• 67% Dark Blend Brazil (Origin: Pará & Bahia, Brazil)
• Coconut Cream (Origin: Belize)
• Maca (Origin: Belize. Note: contains less than 12% maca content)
• Spicy Chai (Origin: Belize)
• Almond & Sea Salt (Origin: Belize)
Please be sure to indicate your choices in the little drop-down menus that appear below the product image when you check out. Or, let us surprise you! Orders without flavor specifications will bundle a randomly selected bar per chocolate maker.
Here are more details about our partner makers:
Askinosie Chocolate—an established force in the craft chocolate world, they give back to the cacao farmers they work with directly in an amazing way… they not only pay a higher price than Fair Trade market levels, they share their profits with them. Read more about their practices here.
Harper Macaw—a new chocolate company based in Washington DC that sources its cacao beans from farmers in Brazil, and reinvests in the conservation of the rainforest at/near those cacao groves. On top of that, they have some of the most stunning packaging you've ever seen.
Firefly Chocolate—this small craft chocolate maker is based just north of San Francisco, and works directly with cacao farmers in Central America. Their chocolate is completely vegan and uses coconut sugar instead of refined sugar.
All three makers source their beans directly from cacao farmers in Central and South America, and give back to their communities and the ecosystems that support their cacao groves.
And don't forget your purchase also benefits Bio Itzà, a non profit in Guatemala that maintains a forest garden bioreserve!