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Cocoa arrived in Madagascar at the beginning of the 20th century, which makes it a young origin. This could explain its delicious impertinence with the acidity of raspberry or is it citrus? The roasted and simultaneously fruity notes make you crave more this Madagascar chocolate. Heady is the word.

Smell the chocolate. Break a small piece and let it melt under your tongue. Allow time for the chocolate to release its aroma. Enjoy. Repeat.

Our single origin chocolate is sourced from one country, one region, and even one single Cocoa farm.

Like fine wine or cheese, each cocoa plant has its roots; an origin that gives it its typicality. A taste that connoisseurs -- you, soon! -- work to identify with pleasure.

Have you ever heard of terroir?

Andzavibe plantation is named after founder Lucien Millot (1906). Seated in North Madagascar, the dazzling 3,200 acre site is the heavenly kingdom of fresh vanilla, ylang, vetiver, patchouli and... cocoa. Our partner, Valrhona, has exclusive purchase rights to 1,500 acres of this certified organic plantation, and recently became a shareholder in the Société Millot. They employ about 800 workers -- the majority of which are women -- and support local schools in their work. Travelers are graciously welcome, if you happen to pass by.

Visit the plantation.

Cocoa Farm - Millot Plantation - Madagascar - Valrhona Partner - Buildings

Frédéric comes from three generations of cattlemen-butchers. Trained at Fauchon (Paris FR), one of the most high end caterers, he opens his first store in 1994 in Fontainebleau France.

PASTRY CUP WORLD WINNER, 2013 (as President of the French Team) - PASTRY CHEF OF THE YEAR, France, 1999 and 2007 - President of Les Relais Desserts, 2003-2018 - Vice president of the Pastry World Championship, 2021. Shops and corners in Kyoto and Tokyo, Japan - Berlin, Germany - Tunis, Tunisia. 

Discover Frédéric's full chocolate story

Chocolat-e Team - Frédéric Cassel,  award-winning chocolatier, cofounder of Chocolat-e

Though recycled, compostable, and fit to minimize packaging, our sleeves remain simple and elegant. With less waste and less postage, we are certainly not here to show off. We work everyday to find better solutions and new ways to make our products sustainable.

BAR SLEEVE: Crownboard Craft CRAFT cardboard, made out of 100% primary wood fibres, produced in Sweden. Certified in accordance with ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 50001, FSSC 22000. FSC CoC & PEFC CoC available. | FLOW WRAP: 100% plant-based cellophane (Natureflex), compostable and biodegradable, produced in France.

Dark chocolate couverture (72% cocoa minimum, pure cocoa butter) - Cocoa beans from Madagascar, sugar, cocoa butter, emulsifier: sunflower lecithin, natural vanilla extract.

2.12 oz (60g)

May contain gluten, nuts, egg, soy. Made in a facility that uses milk.