Last year on this date, I began my Monday morning as no other. Until that time, I’d been dividing myself and my time between writing legal briefs and crafting chocolate truffles. Then, I left the practice of law to devote myself to cacao and chocolate, and Mondays (as with all other days) from that point on would be filled with chocolate. At that moment, I could have only imagined what would transpire over the coming twelve months.
Over the last year:
we’ve been welcomed into the community. We’ve been honored to provide our artisanal chocolates for local charity events, such as Luke’s Wings Hero Gala and Junior League of Washington’s Kitchen Tour, and for other notable events, such as the First Annual Silver Spring, Maryland, Easter Egg Hunt.
with your help, we traveled to the jungles of southern Belize on an educational journey to experience firsthand how cacao is grown, how cacao is transformed into chocolate, and how cacao was—and still is—significant to Mayan culture; and
our handcrafted confections, including our Fall Collection with our much-loved Pumpkin Spice truffle, Easter peanut butter bunnies, and Dark Chocolate Fleur de Sel Caramels, have been warmly received by you.