The story of To’ak is much like many other chocolate makers. However their quest for forest preservation resulted in them uncovering some of the few surviving ancient Nacional trees deep in the Ecuadorian jungle.

From non-certified organic farms in the Piedra de Plata area, the cacao has been certified “Heirloom Cacao”.  “We personally know each of the farmers and their farms and conduct several monitoring visits per year to ensure no synthetic or chemical inputs are used.” They have built a partnership with local farmers revive this treasure and pay them more than almost anywhere else in the world.

As well as the famous, reserve bars, known as “most expensive chocolate in the world“, To’ak now also produce seasonal bars and have experimented, aging their their exquisite chocolate in treasured barrels from some of the world great beverages. We are delighted to share these unforgettable cacao experiences with you.
"The most expensive chocolate in the world"