We make our chocolate from bean to bar at our factory in Red Hook, Brooklyn. Please come visit and we’ll share plenty of chocolate with you. Our address and factory hours are listed below.
64 Seabring Street Brooklyn, NY 11231
Saturday & Sunday 12PM-5PM
Explore our factory and see how we go from bean to bar. Tours are approximately 45 minutes long and we have a minimum requirement of four people and a maximum of sixteen people per tour. Please note that tours must be booked in advance. We offer tours on the following days:
Thursday: 7PM, Friday: 6PM, Saturday & Sunday: 12PM
chocolate making classes
Make your own bean-to-bar, dark chocolate. We’ll take you through our process, beginning with tasting and cracking unroasted cacao beans and ending with making and eating three delicious bars of your very own. Classes are two hours long. We have a minimum requirement of four people and a maximum of twelve per class. Classes must be booked in advanced are held on the following days:
Saturdays & Sundays: 2PM & 5PM
Class Size: Min 4 people, max 12Book
Can't get into a class? Write email@example.com to be put on the waitlist.
chocolate bark class
In the spirit of the holiday season, we're hosting bark making classes for kids and families. Think of it as a prequel to Chocolate 101. Students will pour and top their own Raaka chocolate bark. Come expecting a beautiful, delicious chocolate mess. Classes are held on the following days:
Saturdays at 11am
Introduce your students to the magic of chocolate-making with a private factory tour for school classes. Your students will taste chocolate at every stage and discover how cacao is turned into chocolate. They’ll learn what happens before the cacao even reaches our factory and why it’s such an important commodity and will, of course, get to taste chocolate in its final form.
Price: For groups of 15 or fewer: $150 (min 8 students) | For groups of 16 or more: $10/student, $5/chaperone, $10/additional adult (max 30 students) | Teacher admission is free
Note: 1 chaperone is required for every 10 students under the age of 12
Dates: Wednesdays and Fridays at 11amContact us