The chocolatier has also built its reputation around the simple ingredients and simple recipes that are the heart of handmade chocolate.
The company is best known for its handmade chiffon, a rich, creamy, richly buttery and golden white chocolate that is available in the United States and Canada.
But it is also a major player in the handmade chocolate world, supplying many of the most popular brands and selling to all major chains including Starbucks and Dunkin Donuts.
Its founders, John Giese and Richard Dorson, have also established a thriving online business, selling their handcrafted chocolately creations for as little as $4.99.
They are known for their handmade chocolate and its popularity has spread across the globe.
The best part about handmade chocoholics?
It’s all done in their home, with the chocolate being produced in their own home kitchen and handcrafted with a high degree of care.
The company’s founder says they are not a brand, they are simply a way to enjoy chocolate.
“We are a brand.
We are a way of enjoying chocolate.
That’s it,” he said.
“The quality is really high.
It’s really good chocolate.
There’s nothing more fun than that.
We make chocolate for our friends and for our family.
We love chocolate.
And we love it so much.”
According to the World Wide Chocolate Council, South Africa had 1,853 handmade chocolate bars in 2016, with an estimated value of $8.5bn.
The country had the third highest per capita chocolate consumption rate in the world.