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Hakalau Chocolate: Organically Grown, Sustainably Made, and Delicious!
Hakalau Chocolate is made with two ingredients:  organic cacao and Hawaiian honey.  It is smooth and creamy, melting on the tongue with no added cocoa butter.  It is rich in naturally occurring healthy oils and mood-enhancing theobromine.  We only use honey because it is a local and minimally processed healthy sweetener, supports bees, and is anti-inflammatory, so this is some of the healthiest chocolate you can find!
This is a 100% Hawaiian product from small permaculture farms made in small batches, hand-crafted!  Expect delicious variations in each bar, depending on the season the pods and honey were harvested. Typical flavor notes are: nutty, coffee, raspberry. 

Get Special Cacao Treats with a Subscription!

When you sign up for a Hakalau Chocolate subscription, you can choose either month or quarterly, and we will send you a free cacao goodie produced on our farm such as:
  • baggie of pure nibs
  • baggie of roasted whole beans
  • sample of a unique honey in a bar
  • sample of a limited edition flavor bar
  • baggie of 100% dark cacao mass
  • baggie of cacao husk tea
To sign up, just select the product, such as assorted 6-bar bundle or the Big Island Basket basket and under price options, choose the subscription level you would like and then "subscribe now."  If there is a subscription level you would like for certain products, but you don't see it, just let us know, we can add it for you!
Purchase a Gift Card
Price includes shipping and handling.  We ship 2-day Fed Ex, available everywhere in the US.   Signature is generally required during warmer times of the year, unless you tell us it is not necessary, to make sure your chocolate isn't sitting out in the sun. Remote signature is also available. Contact us for orders larger than 24 bars.   We take Paypal, Venmo,  and credit cards through this site, or if you want to do a check or use Zelle, contact us for info.  We typically ship on Mondays and Tuesdays, to avoid weekend delays.

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