take time to savor chocolate

You don’t have to be a connoisseur to appreciate good chocolate. You don’t even need a refined palate.  All you need is a flair for adventure—and some time to savor. Time well spent, in our book. It’s the only way to really understand the many complexities of chocolate, much like you would a robust cabernet sauvignon or the notes of your favorite IPA. The many notes and flavors of, say, a creamy chocolate vary by region, cacao content and are infinitely more thrilling when enjoyed one square at a time.

Let’s slow things down a bit, shall we? In the hustle and bustle of daily life, taking time for you is arguably the most important (and frequently overlooked) item on your to-do list. But it matters. It’s important to find the things that make you feel alive and embrace them all.

Life is sweeter that way. And we have a feeling it will make you happier, too.