The 'Chocolate Naive' is a small chocolate shop located in Lithuania. It began with a single cacao bean and still remains one of the 150 chocolate shops that produce by this ancient method. High-quality cacao beans are carefully chosen from exceptional farms, and thus ensure an unparalleled standard of quality and taste.
The cacao beans are transported by the same sea-routes used by the Spanish conquistadors in the 15th century. When the Spanish finally returned to Europe, they reached Giedraiciai, now home of the 'Chocolate Naive.' Not only does this shop use the best ingredients available, its packaging is a force to be reckoned with.
Inspired by a vintage icon of unicyclists, this box gives you a preview of the kind of reputation the shop maintains, which is one of old traditions and long lost methods.
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