• Akesson's


    A pioneer of the bean-to-bar movement, Bertil was one of the first people to start selling high quality, Madagascan cocoa beans to small makers around the world.

  • Ara


    Every single one of our chocolate makers has a unique story, and the husband and wife team behind Ara are no exception. 

  • Blanxart


    Blanxart’s chocolates are made from organic and fair trades sources beans from five different regions in the world: Peru, Philippines, Congo, and Brazil.

  • Bonnat


    Founded in 1884 by Felix Bonnat, Bonnat describes itself as the beautiful love story between one family and chocolate.

  • Cacaosuyo


    Cacaosuyo is an exciting new chocolate maker from Peru. 

  • Chocolate Tree

    Chocolate Tree

    Chocolate Tree is producing some of the best tasting chocolate we’ve tried recently.

  • Damson


    Damson might have started crafting chocolate at the beginning of 2015, but founder Dom Ramsey’s passion for craft chocolate goes way back.

  • Dick Taylor

    Dick Taylor

    Dick Taylor are a bean-to-batch chocolate maker based in California, USA. Founded by former boat makers Dustin Taylor and Adam Dick, the business evolved from their love of carefully crafting their wares. 

  • Domori


    Domori was founded in 1997 by Gianluca Franzoni. After studying business he moved from Italy to Venezuela. There he spent three years working hands on, experimenting with cocoa varieties and harvests. His aim was to help preserve biodiversity and prevent the extinction of the already rare Criollo bean.

  • Duffy's


    Duffy Sheardown has only been making chocolate since 2008, but his bars have quickly become renowned as some of the best in the world. In fact, just three years after starting the business, his Honduras Indio Rojo bar won the prestigious Academy Of Chocolate “Golden Bean” award for the best bean-to-bar chocolate in the world.

  • Forever Cacao

    Forever Cacao

    Pablo Spaull has a passion for raw chocolate, but it’s something he fell into by accident after discovering it at a friend’s birthday party. 

  • Friis Holm

    Friis Holm

    Mikkel Friis Holm is an award winning Danish chocolate maker who sources his beans from Honduras and Nicaragua.

  • Fruition


    Based in the beautiful Catskill Mountains of upstate New York, Fruition source the beans for their core range of chocolate from a small organic co-operative in Peru.

  • Georgia Ramon

    Georgia Ramon

    Georgia Ramon puts sustainability at its core. Ingredients are often organic and always carefully sourced. The beans either come directly from plantation owners and cooperatives or from merchants that Georg has come to know and trust inside the industry.

  • Jordi's


    Exciting chocolate from Czech Republic

  • Lucocoa


    Created in December 2014, Lucocoa are one of the newest makers. Based in North London, Lucocoa is Londons first bean to bar maker, and prides itself on the mission to transform chocolate from a guilty pleasure into a guilt-free experience.

  • Manufaktura Czekolady

    Manufaktura Czekolady

    Krzysztof Stypułkowski and Tomek Sienkiewicz started Manufaktura Czekolady in 2009. Escaping from their comfortable jobs in IT, they wanted to transform their chocolate snacking habits into rewarding and creative careers.

  • Marou


    In the three short years since Vincent and Samuel started Marou, they have become known one of the best known artisan chocolate makers in the world.

  • Menakao


    Menakao are a one of the few producers who make their chocolate entirely at source in the country the cocoa grows – in this case, the island of Madagascar.

  • Morin


    The prestigious Morin family have been making chocolate in France since 1884 and the company is now run by Franck Morin.

  • Naive


    Naive makes chocolate in ways that help to reveal the character of a particular cacao bean.

  • Omnom


    Born of a true passion for fine food, Omnom is one of Iceland’s first small batch artisan chocolate makers.

  • Pralus


    Pralus have been making patisserie and baked treats in Roanne, France since 1948. But Pralus is now better known for its extensive range of single origin chocolate bars.

  • Pump Street Chocolate

    Pump Street Chocolate

    The production process for chocolate bars at Pump Street Bakery has an almost forensic attention to detail.

  • Raaka


    Raaka is a Brooklyn based chocolate maker that focuses on social responsibility as much as great taste.

  • Ritual


    Rather than experimenting with wacky flavourings it focuses exclusively, even obsessively on the beans.

  • Rózsavölgyi Csokoládé

    Rózsavölgyi Csokoládé

    Hungarian maker Rózsavölgyi Csokoládé craft chocolate bars that are as uniquely beautiful as they are delicious. 

  • Soma


    Based in Toronto, Canada Soma started making chocolate from the bean in 2003.

  • Taza


    Taza makes chocolate that’s a little different from most. While many chocolate makers spend days on end refining and conching their products, Taza prides itself on being unrefined.

  • Willie's Cacao

    Willie's Cacao

    Willie is a true pioneer of the artisan chocolate movement in the UK, and the first of the modern independent bean-to-bar makers. 

  • Zotter


    Zotter is an Austrian bean to bar chocolate maker with a penchant for the wacky.