Fjak crafts its small batch chocolate in the depths of Hardangerfjord in Norway. Making chocolate since 2015, it was only late 2017 that Agur and Siv officially launched Fjak. Those two years acted as the experimental stage, where Agur and Siv endeavoured on the pursuit of crafting great chocolate – from ethics to flavour – with the vision of making production scalable from the get go.
At the 2018 Academy of Chocolate awards, Fjak made a powerful first impression, winning Best Newcomer amongst other Gold, Silver and Bronze awards.
Bejofo Estate is owned by Bertil Akesson – the man behind Akesson's chocolate. This estate lies in the Sambirano Valley of Madagascar, an island well known for its vanilla. Its cacao, on the other hand, is somewhat lesser known. But in the chocolate industry, it is one of the most alluring origins for fine-flavour cacao and chocolate. Akesson's
This dark milk chocolate is a very creamy bar. It offers the fruitines from the Bejofo Estate cacao, with also a mineral-richness.