We wrap our bars in traditional eastern style paper that we make in our studio. For us, the beauty of this paper is in how it feels in our hands, how its translucency plays with light, and the natural variation of each sheet.

There is a symmetry between the making of paper and the making of chocolate: mulberry bark is stripped and dried (cacao pods broken down into cacao seeds and dried), the fibers are cooked (beans are roasted) and then beaten to a pulp (cacao nibs ground for days into chocolate). Finally the pulp is spread throughout a vat of water and pulled into sheets (liquid chocolate is molded into bars). The paper making process is slow and deliberate and each step helps to reveal the beauty of the raw fibers.