Cuatro Manos y Cinco Volcanes, the rarest cacao in the world. The “Triple Heart” Single Origin Ceremonial Cacao from the Hamakua Coast of Hawaii.
All about matters of the heart. To give love, to give joy, to be beautiful, delicate, soft and sweet like a flower, also involves having strong boundaries. A powerful triple heart healing blend of Rose, Hibiscus & Ceremonial Cacao.
Rare Hawaiian cacao rich in volcanic energy. One of the most potent plant medicines for spiritual healing and manifestation is cacao. Sitting in ceremony with cacao is about honouring things deeply and allowing all parts of yourself to be revealed, seen, and held. Cacao supports you to connect on a deeper level, brings clarity, and expands the wisdom in your heart while offering safety, protection, and strength.
e hele me ka pu’olo
is the revered Hawaiian method of abundant flow that honors the universe and the creator by carrying an offering with you at all times. Keep this in mind when you prepare cacao and always give some back to Mother Earth.
100% Hawaiian Cacao, Rose, Hibiscus
Limited release single origin cacao. All our cacao is made for ceremony in a sustainable and prayerful way. All cacao tempered from cacao paste.
ABOUT HAWAIIAN CEREMONIAL CACAO
Hawaiian cacao accounts for 1% of cacao in the world, making it the rarest and costliest cacao in the world. Liquid gold, made from cacao paste, not powder. Grown on the foothills of the mountain of Mauna Kea (the most sacred mountain in Hawaii) on the Hamakua Coast, known as the Breath of God. This cacao is rich in volcanic energy, the lifeblood of mother earth, creating powerful energy for manifestation, new beginnings and setting new intentions.
This cacao is also rare and unique as no child labour or slavery has ever touched the plantations, harvest workers are paid USA living wages, all sustainably made, single origin, fewer plantings, hand harvested, hand winnowed, tree to disc and proceeds support the land, indigenous elders and sacred teachings.
We are proud that this item is:
Free of slave and child labour in its production
Bean to disc