Cacao & Cardamom Chocolatier

Cacao & Cardamom Chocolatier

Cacao & Cardamom Chocolatier is a chocolate business whose aim is to create sensory-provoking confections inspired by unique spices, roots, herbs and fruits from all over the world. They create hand painted, handcrafted chocolate bon-bons and truffles that are not only aesthetically appealing, but also bold and innovative in flavor.

Company Overview

Coming from a South-Asian background, Annie Rupani, the founder of Cacao & Cardamom Chocolatier, wanted to incorporate innovative flavors into her products, such as cardamom, cumin, coriander, and fennel. She had gained a special appreciation for food during her study abroad session in Europe, which is how her love with the culinary arts began. When Annie made her way to Pakistan, she found a pastry school in Malaysia and attended a week of chocolatiering courses in Kuala Lumpur. Then came Cacao & Cardamom Chocolatier, a company that creates hand painted, handcrafted chocolate bon-bons and truffles that are not only aesthetically appealing, but also bold and innovative in flavor.

About Cacao & Cardamom Chocolatier

HQ Location
Houston, TX
Ownership
private

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