Coco'Blog

  • Coleen L

    How Ryan Berk of Parliament Chocolate make amazing chocolate

    Parliament Chocolate comprises of Ryan Berk and his small team of impassioned individuals striving to bring something new and exciting to the chocolate world. Their true respect for the amazing cacao bean fuels their process by deciding to only use two ingredients – high quality cacao and organi... View Post
  • Coleen L

    Josh and Kristin Mohagen of Terroir Chocolate share their chocolate story

    Terroir (tare-WHAR) Chocolate was founded by Josh and Kristin Mohagen to share with others a connection, appreciation, and adventure through chocolate. After making it all the way through pastry school and living in France, Kristin thought she knew everything there was to know about chocolate. No... View Post
  • Coleen L

    Son of candy maker Eric Durtschi of Durci makes real craft chocolate

    The son of a candy maker, Dr. Eric Durtschi of Durci had an intense passion for all things chocolate from an early age and started developing dessert recipes at 8 years old. He decided to pursue a profession in health and wellness, and as a chiropractor, he was frequently asked to offer diet and ... View Post
  • Two longtime friends, Radinal and Yohanes, started MOLUCCA with a vision to introduce rare origin chocolates to the US market. THE BEGINNING The friends began their chocolate-making adventure in late 2013 after noticing that the New American Chocolate Movement was gaining a lot of momentum. Craf... View Post
  • Coleen L

    The Maloney brothers from the Harlem make craft chocolate

    The Maloney brothers were born on the beautiful Caribbean islands of Trinidad and Tobago. Growing up, they were surrounded by cacao trees and enjoyed eating chocolate made from the beans. Of course, the strong passion for chocolate came along with them to New York City. It was in New York where ... View Post
  • Milford Dennison started KTO Bean to Bar Chocolate after his wife became allergic to soy. Milford was a professionally trained chef for about 14 years. For his formal culinary training, he attended Pennsylvania Culinary Arts school in Pittsburgh and then worked as an Executive Chef for 10 years.... View Post