Frequently Asked Questions
We spend an astronomically amazing amount of time sourcing the finest and highest quality ingredients from around the globe. Sourcing ingredients and developing relationships with like-minded farmers is a paramount skill of a modern artisan.
We are true chocolate makers. This means we control every step of the chocolate making process from cacao bean to chocolate bar. Our craft is an art where every step is equally important as the next. We like to obsess over all the sweet sweet details.
Yes to all. We specialize in very clean ingredients lists and only sweeten our dark chocolate with coconut sugar.
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All sales are final. (Who doesn't love a little extra choko)
Yes! Always and forever!
Raw chocolate is a reverence for creaminess, possibility and ecology. Creativity, innovative play, laughter and movement are the infused flavors.
Some say raw chocolate is the quintessential chocolate experience. Others say it's an artisan craft, a superfood, the perfect wine/coffee/tea pairing, an aphrodisiac, an amuse bouche, a health food, a whole food, a tongue ceremony. We say yummmm, art, music, dance party, stars, dreams, hopes, parallel universe, science, non-sensical thought, intuition, wisdom, adventure, growth, yes, yes, yes, liberation, rebellion, art, soul, freedom, jazz, you, me, us, connection...
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Our mesquite bar contains no added sugar and is a favorite amongst keto/paleo folks.
Yes, our chocolate is certified kosher by International Kosher Council.
No, our factory is peanut free. We do process almonds, hazelnuts, cashews and coconuts.
For our creamier chocolates we create milky textures by blending the chocolate with nut butters or coconut butter. So our chocolates are suitable for all our vegan friends.
Chocolate's therapeutic benefits are simple and profound: eating chocolate makes you feel good! It's a pleasurable experience for your senses and with raw chocolate it's physiologically nourishing too.
You could be highly chocolate deficient and in need of several pieces. Katherine Hepburn ate a pound a day and said that was the reason for her ageless beauty.
Handmade chocolate is delicate and should be kept in a cool, dry place or in your fridge. we highly recommend storing at least one on your tongue for 5 minutes everyday.