Mosh and Nosh at TRVE

TRVE Brewing Co.

Wednesday, April 9, 2014 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT)

Denver, CO

“Come hang with Ritual Chocolate, Huckleberry Roasters, A Cheese Peddler, Black Sheep Baker and us for a couple hours of eatin’ the coolest consumables Denver has to offer.  We’ll be offering a killer selection of chocolate, coffee, cheese, bread and beer specifically curated to blow your goddamned mind.

$15 will get you a plate of rad samples, along with beer and coffee to wash it all down.

Space is limited – don’t sleep.”

Mosh and Nosh Final

Holiday Market at the Source

Come join us this weekend, December 14-15, at The Source in Denver for a special hot sipping chocolate by yours truly. It’s incredible. You have to try it! We’ll have all of our chocolate bars on hand because they make great small holiday gifts, and we know you haven’t finished your gift buying yet!

Holiday Market at the Source

2013 Caputo’s Chocolate Festival


Caputo's - Ritual Event Logo


Click here to purchase tickets. Space is very limited. Purchase your ticket now to avoid missing out. All proceeds go to the Heirloom Cacao Preservation Initiative.

“The up and coming duo of Ritual Chocolate, Robbie Stout, a Park City native, and Anna Davies, will join premier local chefs for the 2nd Annual Caputo’s Chocolate Festival. Ritual’s 4 single origin chocolate bars skyrocketed Ritual to the top of the fine chocolate world.

“Utah is a hub for chocolate lovers,” says Matt Caputo, Director of Marketing at his family’s award-winning specialty food store and an internationally-recognized chocolate expert. “I can say with the appropriate gravitas that Ritual Chocolate is THE up and coming artisan American brand.”

Attendees will be greeted with a Ritual drinking chocolate, perfected in house by Caputo’s Cassie Little, followed by Ritual-centric creations from 4 local restaurants. Prepare for sweet and savory applications, enjoy the essence of cacao, and stick around for social media contests and exciting announcements.

4 Beverage components to complement the chocolate extravaganza will include: High West Distillery, Epic Brewery, Libation Inc.’s Francis Fecteau and Charming Beard Coffee.

All proceeds are 4 Charity and will be donated to the Heirloom Cacao Preservation Initiative, promoting protection of threatened heirloom strains of cacao in their native growing regions.”

CONTACT: Yelena Caputo | 801.871.5626 |

2nd Annual Caputo’s Chocolate Festival Featuring Ritual Chocolate Thursday, November 14th | 7:15 PM | Tony Caputo’s Market | 314 W. 300 S. SLC UT 84101
$25 admission | $10 alcohol beverage pairing
Space is very limited. Tickets must be purchased in advance via 801.531.8669 or click here to purchase tickets.


Ecole Chocolat presents Chocolate Masters Hangout

We recently participated in a live, online discussion about chocolate and how it gets its flavor. We discussed types of flavor, genetics, terroir, fermentation, drying, roasting and conching – all of the components that produce the final flavor of a chocolate. You can see the entire re-broadcast below.


We’ll be preparing s’mores at the Colorado Makers Harvest Party on September 21, 2013 in Hotchkiss, Colorado. The entry fee will give you access to lots of amazing food and drinks (well worth the cost). This event will give you the opportunity to spend time with some of Colorado’s finest makers/producers/alchemists/tinkerers in a casual outdoor setting. We can’t wait to see all of you there!

Buy tickets for the party here:

See event details below:

Colorado Makers Harvest Party & Farm Tour
September 21st
Jack Rabbit Hill Farm
26567 North Road
Hotchkiss, Colorado
(303) 775 2360

Stella & Luna, the JRH Great Pyrenees Dogs, have requested that everyone leave their pets at home. Thank you for your understanding!

Party Itinerary
Harvest Activities: 
Farm Tour: 3:00pm
Food & Beverages: 5:00pm
Campfire: 8:00pm

Harvest Activities

– Farm, winery & distillery tours
– Peach eau de vie distilling
– Grape harvest & crush
– Biodynamic cow horn burial


What To Bring
– Picnic blankets
– Drinking mug (optional)
– Hat
– Sunscreen
– Jackets (Chilly at night)
– Camera
– Tent & sleeping bag (If camping on site)


Provisions By
CapRock, Jack Rabbit Hill Farm & Wine Tapistry
Dram Apothecary
Western Daughters
Crooked Stave
Proper Pour
and Ritual Chocolate


About The Farm

Jack Rabbit Hill Farm is a 72-acre diversified farm near Hotchkiss in western Colorado’s North Fork Valley. Founded in 2000, the innovative operation includes Jack Rabbit Hill Estate Winery, Wine-Tapistry Keg Wines, Peak Spirits Farm Distillery, and Jack Rabbit Hops. The farm, winery and distillery are Demeter-certified Biodynamic, the “deep organic” farming standard founded by Rudolph Steiner in 1924. The Biodynamic practice helps the folks at Jack Rabbit Hill grow and make the tastiest products with a lighter footprint than other approaches. The farm is the recipient of several national awards including the James Beard Foundation Nomination for Outstanding Wine & Spirits Professional in 2012.”

Camping Available At The Farm
There is plenty of space for everyone to camp. Bring tents or snuggle up by the fire!

Nearby Accommodations
Leroux Creek Inn

Casa Encantada

Hanson Mesa Bed & Breakfast

Hothckiss Inn

Bross Historic Hotel


Ritual Chocolate Madagascar and Costa Rica bars awarded at the 2013 Good Food Awards

Good Food Awards Gold Seal 2013

Ritual Chocolate Good Food AwardsWe’re happy to announce that our Madagascar and Costa Rica chocolate bars are gold winners of the 2013 Good Food Awards. The awards ceremony was held at the iconic Ferry Building in San Francisco on Friday, January 18 2013. The Good Food Awards recognizes artisan food products that are exceptional in taste and socially and environmentally responsible. The awards ceremony was followed by an open table reception at the Ferry Building where award winning products were available for sample and company owners were accessible to the public.

Robbie and Anna of Ritual Chocolate

Robbie and Anna of Ritual Chocolate

About the Good Food Awards Chocolate Category
“A growing number of American chocolate makers are working closely with cacao farmers around the world and creating a transcontinental food community that is raising the bar on quality while stimulating farming economies around the globe. Eligible entrants craft Good Chocolate from beans or liquor using no artificial ingredients or genetically modified soy lecithin, and make efforts to know their cacao farmers, understand their supply chains and source sustainably grown cacao beans.”

“The Good Food Awards would not be possible without the generous support of its many partners. We would like to specially thank Founding Partner Whole Foods Market, as well as Good Food Awards Lead Sponsors Williams-Sonoma and the San Francisco Ferry Building. The generous support of Bi-Rite Market, the Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board, New Resource Bank, HUB Bay Area, CUESA, Dominic Phillips Event Marketing and Veritable Vegetable is also critical to the success of the Good Food Awards.”

Good Food Awards Marketplace

Good Food Awards Marketplace

Food for thought

“…Therefore am I still
A lover of the meadows and the woods,
And mountains; and of all that we behold
From this green earth; of all the mighty world
Of eye, and ear,—both what they half create,
And what perceive; well pleased to recognise
In nature and the language of the sense,
The anchor of my purest thoughts, the nurse,
The guide, the guardian of my heart, and soul
Of all my moral being…”

William Wordsworth
“Lines Written a Few Miles above Tintern Abbey,
On Revisiting the Banks of the Wye During a Tour, 13 July 1798″