A Little Something About Us…
Who is excited about chocolate? We are!
Of course, it isn’t unusual to enjoy the rich, delicious taste and enticing aroma of fine chocolate, but at Liberty Chocolates we are definitely, especially, and infinitely in love with chocolate. Over 11 years of training, dreaming, tasting, brainstorming and development has resulted in our very special organic, honey-sweetened chocolate made lovingly by hand in central Vermont.
What makes Liberty Chocolates special? We believe that the best chocolate has to start with the best ingredients! Only the highest quality, ethically-sourced, fair-trade ingredients go into our products. You can taste the difference in our rich flavors, and feel the quality in every smooth, velvety, honey-sweetened bite.
Because we all deserve to be liberated through the experience of pure, rich, dark chocolate melting across our taste buds. That sensation that right now none of the stress, the pressure, the insanity of life matters, because you are immersed in complete bliss.
We also believe in giving back.
Because, to us, Liberty is about the freedom to do what you want to do. It’s about pursuing your dreams, and following your bliss. At Liberty Chocolates, We are living our dream of making chocolate, and we want to help others find the liberty to follow their hearts, their passions. So Liberty Chocolates is committed to donating 50% of our net profits to charities promoting education, women in business, and other organizations that are dedicated to helping people achieve their dreams, whether that is putting a healthy meal on the family dinner table, or becoming a cosmonaut (or both!).
We love being able to support the planet by promoting production of honey worldwide (which means healthy bees, which means bountiful gardens and farms), and by sourcing our ingredients from companies that have strong ethical standards. We love making people happy, while helping to make the world a stronger, healthier place for everyone. And we love having the freedom to work with chocolate. What’s your Liberty?