Harper Macaw
Brazilian Flair Chocolate Sorbet

Brazilian Flair Chocolate Sorbet

Simone Biles, Katie Ledecky, Usain Bolt, Michael Phelps. These names should sound familiar - in fact, it’s hard not to hear these names. Plastered on newspapers, praised on TV, these athletes or only a few of the thousands that have gathered in Rio for the 2016 Summer Olympic Games. With the games being held in Rio, Brazil is currently having it’s moment in the spotlight, and since our chocolate is not only sourced from Brazil through direct trade but also contributes to reforestation of the Amazon we thought there was no better time to create a delicious, chocolatey, summertime tribute to Brazil...

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Our Kind of People – Interview with Mark Wales of Kill_Kapture

Our Kind of People – Interview with Mark Wales of Kill_Kapture

Ambitious. That is one word I would use to describe Mark Wales. Inventive, driven, and enthusiastic also make the list since Wales is not the kind of man that can be summarized in one word. And how could he be? This Australian native lives a vocational double life. Working with the consulting firm McKinsey & Company by day, and crafting sleek and edgy leather jackets by night, Wales has a foot in two different worlds, but his ambition doesn’t stop there. “My biggest dream,” he tells us, “is to create something amazing that inspires a lot of people to do...

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Chocolate and the Military – Quite a History!

Chocolate and the Military – Quite a History!

When the fourth of July peeks its head around the corner (armed with sparklers, american flags, and patriotism) chocolate is not the first thing that comes to mind. Normally, you don’t think of chocolate as an Independence Day dessert; maybe as something enjoyed on sunny summer days in the form of ice cream, or as an integral part of a s’more, but nothing more, right? Well, chocolate and independence have a lot more in common than one would think; in fact, the “bittersweet” relationship between chocolate and the U.S. military goes as far back as the Revolutionary War when soldiers...

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