Crafted with simple ingredients for a pure tasting experience
SoChatti is Chocolate for Everyone
Our chocolate is crafted with just three ingredients: cacao nibs, organic sugar cane, and organic cacao butter. This means SoChatti is dairy-free, vegan, soy-free, and gluten-free. We create a chocolate that is neither bitter nor sweet, so you can maximize the flavor to its fullest. With our subscription model, you can choose between 72% and 100% cacao. As artisans, we thrive on the ability to create and share new flavors. Chocolate is the perfect medium. The cacao bean’s origin shapes the unique flavor profile of the chocolate.
SoChatti creates a more sustainable supply chain by creating a higher standard for chocolate. We work with suppliers around the world to make sure the value we create for our consumers translates back to value for the farmers. We purchase top-quality ingredients at two to four times above industry-standard prices to help support a sustainable supply chain, reasonable working wages, and a growing economy in cacao rich regions.
It’s All About the Bean
Cacao beans, like coffee beans or grapes, absorb flavors from the soil and air in their surroundings as they grow. Local cacao varietals and fermentation practices further add to an origin’s flavor profile. Together, this creates an experience as unique as a fingerprint. In addition, local farming co-ops typically pool together harvests from small farms to create blended regional varietals with wonderful depth and diversity of tasting notes. Before SoChatti, chocolate’s depth of flavor was available only to chocolate makers. Now, you can discover the complexity of cacao beans and an endless array of recipes right at home. Discover tasting notes and cacao farming information for each origin.
Our Cacao Origins
Kokoa Kamili Fermentery in Mbingu Village, Morogoro Region, Tanzania, is situated in the Udzungwa Mountains National Park. It works with nearly 3000 smallholder farmers, most of whom farm between 0.5-2 acres of cocoa.
Chocolate Tasting Notes: Blueberry peaks dance over a creamy chocolate base.
Cacao Direct in Wampusirpi, Gracias a Dios, Honduras, went to Wampusirpi for the purpose of re-establishing cacao production as a means of creating a sustainable livelihood for native Hondurans. Farmers are paid immediately at delivery for their wet cacao.
Chocolate Tasting Notes: Stout and smoky notes round out a rich dark chocolate base.
Montserrat Cooperative in Gran Couva, Trinidad is a farmer-owned and run cooperative whose primary goal is helping to revitalize the local cocoa industry and improving the quality of life for its 48 large and small farmers.
Chocolate Tasting Notes: A harmonious dark chocolate with a sweet vanilla peak and an effortless honey finish.
Ucayali River Cacao in Pucallpa, Peru works with about 400 small farmers with 1-3 hectares of land each. The cooperative has partnered with USAID and Alianza Peru to provide local farmers access to an alternate market to cocaine.
Chocolate Tasting Notes: Bright red berries dance across a smooth chocolate base