U Blossom, is a hand-crafted chocolate factory. Based in Geneva, they produce 100% vegan chocolates by hand using organic and ethical beans.
Choose U Blossom chocolate to feel good! Eat chocolate that is in line with your values: made from beans sourcing according to the social and ecological commitment of the producers and cooperatives: no chemical additives, fair working conditions.
Black 85% Sao Tome: Angolares
Located off the coast of Gabon. Sao Tome Island is nicknamed the archipelago of the "middle of the world" - the island was the gateway for cocoa to Africa.
The Angolares are the second population of the island. It is said that they arrived in the island on a slave ship that ran aground. This makes them the only pure African Sao Tomeans. The legend gives them an image of valiant, sometimes fearsome and always rebellious people.
The Angolares were thus the first slaves to cultivate the cocoa imported by the colonists from Central America.
Angolares, a chocolate that is difficult to tame because it is marked by a strong bitterness in the attack. But one is then astonished by its fruity (yellow fruits) and spicy finish, and the creamy veil that coats the palate.
Black 75% Tanzania : Karibu means “welcome” in Swahili
Swahili is an East African Bantu language spoken mainly in Tanzania, Kenya where it is the official language.
Karibu is the big fruity smile that we are sending you because we are delighted that you are joining us in our adventure for an ecological and solidarity chocolate.
Karibu is a chocolate that invites you to travel through the seasons. It starts with an attack of red fruits (strawberry, blackcurrant, berries) and ends with notes of autumn and citrus fruits. A rich palette of aromas that unfolds slowly and intensely.
Black 62% Ghana: Ohemma: the Queen Mother
The Ashanti or Asente nation was one of the most prosperous civilisations in West Africa in the 19th century. The Ashantis occupied nearly 70% of the kingdom of Ghana.
The Ashanti society was governed by the matriarchy. The Queen Mother was responsible for the political and social organisation of the nation. And it was from the maternal lineage that the future king was appointed.
Ohemma was respected by the people. She was also the one and only woman who could advise the king.
The Ashantis occupied the north of Ghana, which was later attached to Togo and which the colonisers called the "Gold Coast". The Gold Coast was the most prosperous African colony thanks to its major contribution to the history of cocoa farming and mining.
Ohemma, a 62% dark chocolate with a sweet fruity and strongly chocolaty attack.
Asante Twi is one of the local languages spoken in Ghana. Kumaa, in the Twi language, means young.
Did you know that? Cocoa and hazelnuts contain valuable antioxidants that preserve your youthfulness.
Let yourself be seduced by this crunchy chocolate with its brown and marbled colours. A dark 62%, a sweetness that leaves very little room for bitterness.
Weight 90 grams