EXPERIENCE ECUADOR THROUGH THE STORY OF THE WORLD’S RAREST CACAO
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This is the story of chocolate that’s never been told. And never until now imagined.
Join us this June for a once in a lifetime opportunity to travel deep into Ecuador’s remote Andean Cloud-forest in search of the world’s rarest cocoa beans - and To’ak, the most sought-after chocolate on earth.
Travelling in incomparable style from World-Heritage Quito to remote Andean cloudforests and the warm Pacific Ocean, your expertly orchestrated journey will introduce you to visionary conservationists, award-winning maverick chefs, expert botanists, acclaimed hoteliers, intrepid archaeologists, curators of Ecuadorean culture - not to mention the pilots of the private jets and helicopters that will speed you in comfort to the remotest and most breathtaking parts of this beautiful country.
You’ll uncover a chocolate heritage thousands of years older than that of the Maya, and learn how Ecuador’s nacional cacao was saved from the brink of extinction. Co-founder of To’ak, Jerry Toth will share his passion for the rare nacional cacao tree, which gave us the first chocolate created by man, some 5,300 years ago; take you to the remote reserve where he is helping rescue this ancient tree from extinction; and show you the forest clearing where he first hand-made the chocolates that have since become the most coveted in the world.
Exciting, Exhilarating, Exotic? Certainly. But this remarkable journey is also highly exclusive. Places are strictly limited to just 12 people. So we urge you to book now as spaces are limited and must be reserved by midnight on Friday 5th April 2019.