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        (Winky Lewis Photography)  

OUR SHOP AT 189 BRACKETT STREET IN PORTLAND’S WEST END IS OPEN 1PM TO 6 PM WEDNESDAY THROUGH SUNDAY.  
You can reach us at (207) 536-0496


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AWARDS:

We are so pleased to share we were voted Best Chocolatier in Portland for 2022!

And our team loves to create new confections! A couple of years ago, we started to invite the scrutiny of chocolate professionals by entering a few competitions.  To date, we have been recognized in the following events:

In November 2022, our Pistachio Raspberry chocolate received a Gold medal at the largest US-based competition, the NW Chocolate Alliance Global Awards.

In November 2021, we were honored to receive three Bronze medals (out of 4 chocolates submitted) from the most prestigious chocolate competition in the world, the Academy of Chocolate in London, UK.  The winning chocolates were Turkish Coffee, Yuzu Honey and Bananas Foster.  Including us, only 6 US-based chocolatiers received a total of 11 medals in this global event.

In late 2020, we won a Silver medal for our Pecan Pralines mendiant with chipotle (NW Chocolate Alliance Global Awards). Earlier in 2020, we were a finalist in the Good Food Awards for our Vegan Hazelnut Crème.

In 2019, we received a Silver for our Pistachio Raspberry chocolate;  and a Bronze for our Almond Citrus chocolate (both in the International Chocolate Awards/Americas competition).  And a Bronze for our Lime Habanero chocolate (in the International Chocolate Salon/Spicy chocolate competition).  

And locally, in the 2018 Chocolate Lovers Fling, we received Best Specialty and the People's Choice awards for our Salted Caramel Crunchy Planet.

       

 

But we always want to keep these accolades in perspective!  As we write in one of our blog entries:  "ultimately, we know it is you, our customers, who decide on the excellence of our confections, but it isn't bad to know we also belong in that bigger world."

 

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