It takes a lot to make an exceptional chocolate bar. The grower's labor and meticulous attention to each detail of picking, fermenting, and dying lay the foundation. After we receive the cacao beans, we continue the process by roasting, cracking, winnowing, grinding, conching, tempering, and molding them into bars. Finally, you eat it! It's this group effort including the grower, the maker, and you that forms the connected triangle that gives us our name. We hope you enjoy your part in the process as much as we enjoy ours.
These cacao beans are grown by farmers from the North Central Mountains of Nicaragua who have been harvesting cacao for generations in the rainforest. This particular co-op of farms is making great strides in developing gender equality in business and community leadership and is using the growth of their cacao farming to create opportunities for their families they did not have before like electricity, roads, and schools. Expect a unique, delicious experience