Feature Flora x Escazú Chocolates - Genmaicha & 70% Trincheras Pairing Set

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We teamed up with Escazú Chocolates, a small-batch bean to bar chocolate maker and shop in Raleigh, North Carolina, to bring you a beautiful experience of what you may think of as an unlikely pairing: tea and chocolate!

Escazú Chocolates makes their chocolate using beans sourced from small Latin American farms and co-ops. Feature Flora's green teas are sourced from Kiroku Tea Garden, a 4th generation women-owned tea farm in Wazuka, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan.

Set Includes: 15g Genmaicha Tea, 80g 70% Trincheras Chocolate Bar, Information sheet about tea and chocolate with tasting notes in a cloth bag


Pairing Tasting Notes
Toasted Grass, Breakfast Cereal, Raisins

Genmaicha: Genmaicha is a blend of Sencha leaves and roasted brown rice. The roasted rice gives a rich, nutty flavor that complements the sencha leaves. Net Wt. 15g of loose leaf tea (3 servings with multiple steeps per serving)

70% Trincheras: Trincheras is a single origin from Carabobo State in the slightly western central coastal region of Venezuela, grown in the mountainous area that surrounds it. An area that initially was a single family coffee farm, but has since been split up into small cacao farms and cooperatives. Net Wt. 80g chocolate bar

70% Trincheras Ingredients: Cacao, Organic Sugar
Lactose, Soy, and Gluten Free
Made in a facility that handles nuts, soy and milk products.



Escazú Chocolates is a small batch, bean to bar chocolate maker in Raleigh, North Carolina. Since 2008, they have produced chocolate using antique equipment and traditional methods from beans they source from small Latin American farms and co-ops. With their culinary background, they approach chocolate as they would prepare food for family: with care, integrity and respect for the quality of the natural ingredients. 


Kiroku Tea Garden is a 4th generation women-owned tea farm in Wazuka, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan. A total of 26 tea fields are lovingly tended by Megumi Hori, her sister Hiroe, and their mother Yoko. After Megumi’s father passed away several years ago, Megumi returned to Wazuka to help her mother continue the near-century-long family legacy. 

The Hori family processes their own tea and matcha in-house and are passionate about revitalizing the tea industry in Japan. By experimenting with rare cultivars and creating unique single-origin teas, they hope to reignite people’s appreciation of the beauty and complexity of high-quality Japanese tea.