In 1504, Spanish explorers anchored in what is now known as Trujillo Bay, Honduras, and tried a new delicacy made from the sweetened product of local cacao trees… chocolate. They brought their find back to Europe where it was heralded as a decadent treat fit for royalty.
Over 500 years later we discovered a very small chocolate-making operation started by American missionaries and operated by a group of local women in Trujillo.
This chocolate is sourced from Cacao trees growing on the very same mountainsides that produced the first European-discovered chocolate.
Our mission is to provide a single source, high quality “bean-to bar” chocolate bar that can be enjoyed as well as provide an income for women and farmers.
Behind the Chocolate
Here's the story of the woman and her family creating our ethically sourced chocolate.