Chocolates with locally sourced ingredients.Pure, flavorful ingredients, respectfully prepared, make the recipe. We’re lucky to live in a fertile river valley in Southern Vermont, a place where organic farmers and artisanal food producers abound, and where people approach good, wholesome food as both an art and a necessity. It’s only natural that we use the most delicious and nutritious organic, locally sourced ingredients whenever possible. As travelers, our taste buds are inspired by adventurous flavors from cuisines around the world. We continue our explorations in the kitchen by using globally and locally sourced ingredients in exciting new combinations, all inspired by the particular flavor profile of each chocolate, carefully chosen for each recipe.

It’s important to us that our central ingredient, chocolate, not only tastes good, but does good, too. We use single origin chocolate from Venezuela as well as American and French made couverture sourced from South American cacao that is produced following fair trade precepts, either as cooperatives or ethically estate-run farms. Like fine wines and coffee, the people behind our couverture strive to innovate farming and processing methods to create the most delicious chocolate available.

Some of our regional partners:

  • Our own herb garden
  • Atlantic Saltworks
  • Brattleboro Farmers Market vendors
  • The Bunker Farm
  • Butterworks Farm
  • Chai Wallah
  • Circle Mountain Farm
  • Coombs Family Farms
  • Deer Ridge Farm
  • Dutton Berry Farm
  • Grafton Village Cheese
  • Green Mountain Orchards
  • Halifax Hollow Micro-Farm
  • High Meadows Farm
  • King Arthur Flour
  • Mad Radish Farm
  • Milkweed Farm
  • Old Athens Farm
  • Putney Mountain Winery
  • Runamok Maple
  • Sawyer’s Artisanal Cheese
  • Scott Farm Orchards
  • Singing Cedars Apiaries
  • Spoonwood Cabin Creamery
  • Sugar Bob’s Finest Kind Smoked Maple Syrup
  • Terrafunga
  • Thomas Dairy
  • Vermont Creamery
  • Walker Farm
  • Whetstone Ciderworks
  • Whetstone Ledges Farm
  • Wild Shepherd Farm