This week, Mike was interviewed by Dr. Kalei Ross, author of "In Pursuit of Purity, The Paris Chocolate Files" and blog at inpursuitofpurity.com . Here's a link to the interview: meet.google.com/bjw-qtcw-cga
Why Goat Milk Chocolate? We get asked that question a lot! The short answer is that it tastes amazing! The longer answer takes a bit more into account than that....
Honoka’a Chocolate Co. references cacao as the raw and unrefined bean from the cacao tree prior to any processing or roasting. Once the cacao has been roasted, cracked, and winnowed, it takes the form of ‘nibs’ which are then used to make our unique Hawaiian chocolate.
The very first milk chocolate bar crafted here at Honoka’a Chocolate Co. was carefully developed based on feedback and requests from our loyal customers. We chose to create a Goat Milk Chocolate Bar and began production in June of 2020.
Can you believe it? We've won an award for our Goat Milk 55% bar! A Silver Medal in the Chocolate Alliance awards, and out of 400 entries in this category!...
Thanks to all of you who have supported us in the past and present, we’ve come to a crossroads in our ability to meet our production to fulfill sales. We just can’t produce enough chocolate!
Hawai'i Chocolate & Cacao Association: https://honokaachocolateco.com/
Read up on Barbie Van Horn's experience at the farm! Barbie has a great blog focusing on her chocolate experiences all over the planet!
Three new products!
"If you want a more extensive exotic fruit farm tour and chocolate tasting, take a drive along the Hamakua Coast to the Honoka’a Chocolate Company and visit the Kahi Ola Mau Farm"
Starting in July 2019, we’re offering a new subscription service for our products, and we deliver it to you locally on the Big Island once a month! We call it...
We attended the Hilo Cacao and Chocolate Festival on Saturday April 13th, 2019. This was our first festival / professional event and we had a blast sharing our chocolate with...
New retail outlets for Honoka'a Chocolate Co if you're on the island and can't make it to the farm and don't want to deal with shipping.
Kahi Ola Mau Farm featured in article highlighting East Hawai’i cacao farmers.