Making traditional cacao drinks

Jan 12, 20

Before hand whisks, the cacao was poured from one vase into another vase until foam appeared and the drink was mixed well. The Mayas and Aztecs where known for thick foamy cacao drinks and we believe this is still the most delicious way to prepare cacao.

Jan 04, 20
"Gratitude is the parent of all virtues"
A daily gratitude ritual can transform your life and make you more optimistic, friendly, empathic, and helpful towards others. Studies have shown that most happy people created a habit of actively practicing gratitude. For us this practice brings more joy, connection, and a strong positive mindset into our lives.
Dec 04, 19
Cacao or coffee?

Let's be honest. We really enjoy a good coffee ourselves. We don't drink it as much anymore because the effect is sometimes too edgy/nervous. More people want to limit their coffee intake and have found cacao a great substitute. Let's explain a bit more about the difference.

Aug 28, 19
"Raw" cacao?
Why ‘raw’ cacao is technically not raw. Although it might be treated with the most care and respect it would be better to label it as ‘unroasted’ unless it is temperature controlled in every step. Sometimes also the concept of raw is changed to a higher temperature to make it fit in and still sell it as raw, which does sound sexy of course, but isn't very fair.
Jun 25, 19
Iced Cacao

There are two ways of making this drink:

  1. Pour ice cold oat milk over a cacao shot.

  2. Pour a cacao shot over ice cold oat milk.

Easy as that :-)

May 20, 19
Kickstart your day with a morning routine

Working in cycles of high peaks and high recovery is most productive and saves time (compared to just putting more hours into a job). Most people have their creative and productive peak in the morning. When your mind and body have recovered during sleep, your brain is most ‘fresh’. This allows you to put most quality into your work compared to quantity time spending on a same task. So block the first part of your day for what you want to do most.

Apr 22, 19
Agroforestry cacao

A cacao drink starts with the soil and the environment where the cacao grows. The agro-industry has transformed most of our food production to large monoculture farms. Productive in a short time and easy to harvest, but not the most healthy for natural ecosystems and us. That is why we choose for this way of growing cacao in a healthy way.