Honest Naartjie & 70% Dark Chocolate 60g

by Honest


  • Handmade in Cape Town 
  • Ethically sourced Cacao


Single Origin

All our cacao beans come from organic farms in the Kilombero Valley region, Tanzania.

Direct Trade

We buy directly from Kokoa Kamili, a central fermentation facility in the Valley, who work closely with small-scale farmers in the region.

Bean To Bar

We make chocolate from scratch. We sort, roast, crack, winnow, grind and temper.

Micro Batch

We hand temper small batches of chocolate on a granite slab and we wrap each bar by hand.

Flavour Notes

Lively sweet citrus, rich dark chocolate.


Organic Cacao Beans, Unrefined Cane Sugar, Dried Naartjie. Certified Organic


Store in a cool dry place.

Dietary Summary

  • Suitable For Vegan
  • Non GMO
  • Certified Organic

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