The path of cacao to the Philippines started in 1670, when a ship docked on our shores bearing treasure in the form of a rare fruit. Cacao was so coveted that our ancestors developed a rich cultural tradition of turning it into drinking chocolate. This tradition was then passed down from generation to generation, and spread far and wide. Despite the Philippines being the first in Asia to grow cacao, our country is far from maximizing its true potential.
To elevate the standards of cocoa and chocolate production in the Philippines, we have invested in a 2,000 sqm factory equipped with the latest European technology. Our facility located in Calamba, Laguna is designed to meet the strictest international standards. This factory does more than just producing fine chocolate. We have designed the factory specifically for learning and collaboration to invite everyone, both public and professionals alike, to appreciate the bean-to-bar chocolate making process as much as we do.